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The Fairies Who Lost Their Powers-bookcover

By: Margaret Molloy

The Fairies Who Lost Their Powers

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The fairies sit together in the glen, where they devise a plan to restore power to some of the fairies who have lost theirs. It is not going to be an easy task, so careful planning is called for.
Sonya, the leader of the group, outlines what has happened to the fairies. Some have lost their sparkle, some their skip, others their jumping skills and some have lost their ability to flip. She knows whose help is needed to restore these powers.
Georgie Grasshopper, Sammy Seal, Skippy the Kangaroo and the fairies, Melanie, Glenda and Rosie will be asked to help Sylvie, Simone and Fay. These are good friends, and Sonya knows they will gladly help out. Losing their powers is something the fairies do not like, and they will be ever so grateful to their friends for helping them. Sometimes all it takes to make things right is a little help from friends. The world looks a brighter place for all when this happens.

Margaret Molloy is the author of three books: Agnes Morrogh-Bernard: Foundress of Foxford Woollen Mills published in 2014. Martin Sheridan: Mayo’s Famous Son 1881-1918 published in 2018. The Brown Donkey published in 2021. She is the co-author with Professor Peter Reid, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen of Church and State: Censorship and Political Interference in the Libraries of County Mayo in The Journal of Library and Information History 2013 [Online] at
She has also written for Ireland’s Own, Ireland’s Eye, The Irish Catholic, The Western People, The Mayo News and The Connaught Telegraph.
Margaret holds a BA in English and History, and an MSc in Library and Information Studies.

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