fairy stone


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fairy stone

[′fer·ē stōn]
(mineralogy)
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"The Legend of the Fairy Stones" is available for purchase on Amazon.com, at Barnes and Noble, and wherever books are sold.
The markings on the fairy stone, similar to the glyphs of the Calder Stones languishing in the Harthill greenhouse, remain undeciphered.
Fairy stones, petrified people, hidden treasure, athletic running track, Roman camps, UFO landing pads, bowling alleys, homes for goblins--the stories swirl around the megaliths like mist on a foggy night.
"The Legend of the Fairy Stones" shares the lore behind very-real, cross-shaped crystals called staurolite, which formed from the tears of fairies when they learned Jesus died.
The peek-a-boo fairies and hidden fairy stones will have kids returning to the pages over and over, and the exceptional artwork will appeal to older readers and adult art enthusiasts.
Kim's latest release as Product Developer is The Legend of the Fairy Stones, by Kelly White (Morgan James Kids, April 2, 2019, ISBN-13: 978-1642791952) .Kim has written and edited hundreds of books, stories and articles for children and the adults in their lives, all while raising a personal focus group of four children.
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"'The Legend of the Fairy Stones' by Kelly Anne White takes young readers on an enchanting and whimsical trip through a land of fairies who flitted and glittered in glens and glades in the scattered light of morning.
The legend of the fairy stones, and the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ have been tied together beautifully, making readers aware of staurolite crystals and the folklore associated with them."
The Legend of the Fairy Stones integrates the story of very real cross-shaped Staurolite crystals—affectionately referred to as Fairy Stones—with the fictional folktale of how these stones came to be.
The Legend of the Fairy Stones releases April 2019 and is now up on Amazon.com for pre-order.
The Legend of the Fairy Stones integrates the story of very real cross-shaped Staurolite crystals, found in only a few places on earth and affectionately referred to as Fairy Stones, with the fictional folktale of how these stones came to be.