Series Door Printable and Fairy Story for February

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Faye’s Fairy Story

Here is the February installment of my series of children stories and faerie door printables.   If you haven’t met Faye yet you can learn all about her and catch up on her first fairy story in my January post here.

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February is a special month for Faye, she has a birthday and deals with some issues with her older brother.

The artist created this picture based on my concept of the perfect she shed.  Faye is a little too young to have a she shed, so I gave her a playhouse instead.

I recently created a  Opt-in Library called the Faerie Insider’s Library.  This library page holds Faye stories. Each month I will add a new letter sized printable of a door, with a corresponding child’s story that you can frame or place in a binder.

If you have already joined the Faerie Insiders by following the blog, remember you can find the Faerie Insider’s page in the About Me and Contact Menu (add your password)

The following is an excerpt from this month’s story.  The full e-book is on the Faerie Insider’s Library page along with the full sized printable.

Faye’s Birthday Story

Faye was in her room making a Valentine poster with all the pretty Valentines she got at school, Faye loved all her cards, some of her friends had even given her two.  Mom had shared pink glitter glue, pink and white buttons and paper doilies so Faye could make a poster for her wall.  It was a quiet morning and Faye liked the house quiet.

Faye had three older brothers.  Matt who moved away to play music on the radio in the city. Garth who was away at college until Easter and Kevin was six years older and had just started high school.

Faye wished Kevin was away at school.  Kevin was always having his big loud friends over; they ate all the good stuff and hogged the family room.  To avoid them Faye stayed upstairs and mostly played in her room.

Just then Kevin burst into her room, brushed his hands across her desk sending some Valentines to the floor.  Kevin teased her that Valentines were for girls and then ran down the stairs.   Faye lost it and yelled, “Well boys are Stupid.”


If you shared last month’s story with any little ones in your life.  Please let me know if they enjoyed the story.  It makes me really happy to think of munchkins giggling about the dog January or the rabbits.

Enjoy!

Leanna

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25 thoughts on “Series Door Printable and Fairy Story for February

    1. The story is interactive and your little will have to decide if they are faeries or not? I hope she loves the stories.

    1. Thank you. I am writing Faye to be a little adventurer who learns a different life lesson each month.

  1. Aw so lovely Leanna! I’d love a she shed and it would look like yours or Faye’s playhouse. My girls had a playhouse in the garden when they were younger, in Canada, and they loved it!! I’m sure every little girl would love this sweet story!

    1. My son has a really large unused green house in his yard, the top half is glass and the bottom is stone. Its likely 50 plus years old. It deserves to be she shed or a playhouse for my girls. Someday it will be. I love them.

    1. I feel sorry for her as well lol. Faye is pretty lucky in the long run, she has fairies. Have you ever heard of Brownies, in folklore the loathe clutter so will clean up. I’d like a whole troop of them lol

  2. Every little girl should have a she shed that adorable. I can’t wait to read this month’s story!! As soon as I remember the password…ugh, I may be messaging you 😉 This year was the first year our grandson has been in a school setting (it’s really daycare, but don’t tell him). They had a Valentine’s day party and he got valentines…he was grinning from ear to ear and looked at them all over and over. I know his delight for Valentines day won’t last forever, but it was just the cutest thing! Thank you for sharing this months story with us!!

    1. In school those Valentines are very important. Its a token of acceptance for little people and I know munchkins boy or girl love them.

      It makes me really happy to know you and your littles are enjoying the faerie stories. I most certainly love developing the little Faye character.

    1. Faeries most certainly are fun. It was my little grand daughters who introduced them to me. They have a full fairy garden and of course love the Faye stories.

    1. The printable can be put in a 8 by 10 in a little ones room and replaced each month with the next in a series. I really like the artist I am working with, we are learning how to communicate and build a partnership. Its fun.

      Enjoy your week. Leanna

    1. So far I am just starting the story line by introducing faeries into Faye’s world. There role will expand, the stories are lots of fun to write. Thank you for commenting, it really helps to know readers feel positive about my efforts.

    1. LOL, you got that right Christine. Fun that you commented that because I was considering that as Faye’s comeback to her brother. Faye’s Dad could hardly correct her for saying that, so I had to use the harsher Stupid. Your right though… Girls Rule lol

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