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Stacey the soccer fairy

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Where To Find It

Call number: J Fiction (Paperback) / Rainbow Magic

Available Copies: Downtown Youth

Additional Details

Originally published under title: Francesca the football fairy, with series title The sporty fairies: London : Orchard Books, 2008.

While everyone in Fairyland is getting ready for the Fairy Olympics, Jack Frost's goblins steal the Sports Fairies' magic objects, and without Stacey the soccer fairy's magic ball, Rachel's favorite soccer team will never reach their goal.

Community Reviews

disappointed

I was looking for a good soccer story for my 5-year-old granddaughter. The only one I found here was this one, which I would never consider buying for a minute. I am actually appalled at the seeming necessity to include fairies to get girls interested in anything! It is not only an outmoded idea, nowadays I would just classify it as insulting and a bit ridiculous.

interesting serie

I was into this serie when i first came here in second grade. It is a great serie for younger kids

Fairy Fun

This is a fun book for girls,
Let rachel & kirsty & their fairy friends carry you on a wonderful fairy adventure.
have fun!

for the little one

book combines being a girly girl with being athletic- great for a 5 year old

ok

Pretty good.

GREAT!

good read

easy books

they all turn out the same; in the end the girls get what the fairies want and give it to them.

I love fairies

I love all the rainbow fairy books because I love fairies and learning about Rachel and Kirsty's adventures.

It is a good book

My daughter loves it

Easy read

Rachel and Kirsty are two friends who find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. To their surprise, it holds no gold. Instead, it holds a fairy who needs their held. So begins the stories of Rachel and Kirsty’s friendship with fairies. In each series, they are helping different fairies to find objects in the real world before the goblins find them and deliver them to their evil master Jack Frost. Stacy must retrieve her soccer ball from the goblins or soccer is ruined for everyone. In the UK, this book is actually Francesa, the Football Fairy. (Where the series originated and then was picked up by Scholastic)

Easy reading. Somewhat redundant but enjoyed by kids.

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