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The Seven Magical Tooth Fairies: Lisa and…

The Seven Magical Tooth Fairies: Lisa and the Seven Magical Tooth Fairies

by Margaret Johnson

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When children lose their teeth, they place them under their pillows and shortly after, while they sleep, a Tooth Fairy comes and takes their teeth, replacing them with money.Many fables have been written about Tooth Fairies. What do they look like? Where do they come from? Is there more than one? Even with all the stories, not all children have known about the presence of the Seven Magical Tooth Fairies.Now, the Seven Magical Tooth Fairies reveal themselves and touch the hearts of children everywhere. They want to share a very special message about the magical powers of the heart. The Tooth Fairies live in a Crystal Castle, in a very special kingdom-a heavenly place unknown to man. Their moon is quarter shaped with seven bright stars all around it. The stars represent the life of each Tooth Fairy. Their sun glows with all the colors of the rainbow. Their days are never hot, and their nights are never cold. Mother Nature provides them with all that they need including Great Magical Powers. The Seven Tooth Fairies are Dawn, Dusk, Crystal, Eden, Garnet, Heart and Queen Melody.Mother Nature grants each Tooth Fairy one wish in their Eternal Life. However, the Tooth Fairy-Heart-whose wish is granted first, wishes to become mortal. Mother Nature tries to discourage Heart, but Heart insists. Mother Nature reluctantly grants Heart her wish with the understanding that Heart is to return to the kingdom in seven years or she will remain a mortal forever. During Heart's journey, she becomes physically handicapped and realizes that becoming a mortal is not as glamorous as she thought it was going to be.In exchange for the knowledge Heart learns as a mortal, she reveals the magical powers of the heart to children everywhere. Hopefully, in the end, this incredible wish may help change the outlook of mankind.

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