Rosie didn't really want to move to a tiny cottage by a loch on the isle of Skye. But the place is so beautiful, and her mum is so much happier here, Rosie just wishes Mum hadn't left Dad behind in London. Then Rosie finds a tiny stripy sock in her bedroom, small enough for a mouse to wear. And out by the loch, she sees something out of the corner of her eye; it looks like a butterfly, or a small bird, only different. Rosie's always believed in fairies but even she can't believe what happens after she rescues one from the neighbour's cat. And Mum certainly doesn't believe Rosie's "tall tales".
©2004 Gwyneth Rees; (P)2004 BBC Audiobooks Ltd.
This lovely story is captivating for young and old alike. Our two girls were entranced by the story and couldn't wait to find out what happened to Rosie and her fairy friends. Excellent!
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