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This story is the second in the Magical Murphy Farm series. The Murphy Family Farm is an enchanted farm that owes much of its success to an agreement made between the Murphys and the fairy folk over a century ago in Ireland.

With over 100 acres of farm land, the fairies and enchanted creatures work together to help the Murphy family keep the farm prosperous enough to be generous to the community. The fairy folk call the Murphy Farm Lismore Baile, their words for "Bountiful Home".

The wondrous world of Lismore Baile awaits!

In this second book, Brooke learns that having a pair of magical spectacles can be a burden. She realizes that she can be just as content with the natural world but is pleasantly surprised when the happenings of the magical one overlap....

A new dragon is born, much to the delight of the fairies and humans of Lismore Baile. Brooke meets Thorn, son of the king and queen of the Fairy Court. Brooke spends the rest of the afternoon relaxing in the company of Lily, the water nymph. But she finds that she has no time to waste when a possible opportunity for adventure arises!

When John Murphy decides to expand the farm starting with the vacant property next door, little does he know, the old Walters Farm has a mysterious visitor living there. Brooke has the key to locating someone who's been lost a long time. With just the words of a legend along with some intuition, the Murphys team up with Thorn to solve the mystery!

Perfect listen for kids. Adults will also enjoy these unique, uplifting stories about an enchanted farm filled with considerate people, helpful fairies, magical creatures, and other beings.

©2012 Patricia Arnold (P)2016 Patricia Arnold

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