The Sports Fairies Collection: Seven Magical Books Included! (Rainbow Magic)
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
First Scholastic printing, April 2010.
Age range: 6 - 9 Years.
The Sports Fairies: A collection of all seven books in one!
• The Sports Fairies #1: Helena the Horse-riding Fairy
• The Sports Fairies #2: Stacey the Soccer Fairy
• The Sports Fairies #3: Zoe the Skating Fairy
• The Sports Fairies #4: Brittany the Basketball Fairy
• The Sports Fairies #5: Samantha the Swimming Fairy
• The Sports Fairies #6: Alice the Tennis Fairy
• The Sports Fairies #7: Gemma the Gymnastics
on the branch of a nearby oak tree to catch their breath. Instantly, the goblins tried to climb the tree. They still had their skates on, though, so it was a struggle. Zoe put her hands on her hips and shouted down to them. “Any more trouble from the four of you, and I really will make magic acorns the size of soccer balls drop on you!” she warned. “Then you’ll be goblin pancakes!” The goblins hesitated. “I don’t want to be a goblin pancake!” wailed one, sliding down the tree trunk. “Me
below. “It’s my turn for the inner tube,” said the taller of the goblins, trying to grab it from the other’s hands. “No way! I just got it!” the second goblin snapped. “It won’t fit you anyway. It’s too small for you.” The tall goblin looked upset and splashed the second goblin in the face before angrily swimming away. But their fight had given Rachel an idea. “Samantha, would you be able to make an inner tube with your magic?” she asked. “Of course,” said Samantha, holding out her wand.
there was a flash of golden sparkles. The hoop’s magic was working properly again! “Hey!” cried one of the goblins. “It’s one of those meddling fairies — and she’s got our hoop!” “Someone get it back!” yelled another goblin. “Otherwise we’ll never win anything at the Olympics!” The goblins all made a mad dash for the girls and Gemma, knocking into one another in their rush to get the hoop. Kirsty and Rachel looked at each other in alarm as the mob of angry goblins rushed toward them, but Gemma
opened the door of his broadcasting booth. Kirsty noticed that there was someone inside. A small person wearing a tracksuit, a wool Tippington Rovers hat, and a red Compton Capitols scarf was sitting on the floor. He was searching through a big mesh bag filled with soccer balls. “Oh, hello,” said the commentator, sounding surprised. “Are you here to cover the game with me?” Curiously, Kirsty stared up at the screen, wondering why all the soccer balls were stashed away in the broadcast booth.
The three of them fluttered through the open window again, just as the driver-goblin struggled free of the airbag. He glanced down and scowled when he saw that the soccer ball was gone. “Those fairies stole the magic soccer ball!” he shouted. The goblins scrambled off the bus as quickly as they could to race after Stacey and the girls. The three fairies hovered in midair, just out of reach. “You goblins had better go home and start practicing your soccer skills,” Stacey said sternly. “Because