The Kingfisher's Gift

This beautiful story of growing up and the healing power of letting go introduces young Fanny Morrow, who keeps fantasy fairy friends to remind her of her dead father When she s sent to live with her eccentric grandmother, the fairies go with her, and together they search the house for the Kingfisher s feather which leads to a treasure of greater magic.
The Kingfisher s Gift This beautiful story of growing up and the healing power of letting go introduces young Fanny Morrow who keeps fantasy fairy friends to remind her of her dead father When she s sent to live with her

  • Title: The Kingfisher's Gift
  • Author: Susan Williams Beckhorn
  • ISBN: 9780399237126
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Kingfisher's Gift”

    1. A very good story. I don't agree with the quote that 'everything has a spirit', but it's a fantasy novel. And that was only in passing, anyway. I'd recommend this to any teen or preteen.

    2. I have very mixed feelings about this book. At the beginning it was terrible, and it was very boring, but later in the book I did begin to like it. The main issue with this book is that the first half of the book seemed more like a introduction then a story, and it was also absolutely boring. The second half of the book made me cry at times, which is good for a book. I could actually feel sorry, or happy for the characters in the second half. Someone else should read this book if they like reali [...]

    3. I loved this book when I was younger. I remember loving the fairies and magic in the book. It is a cute, magical story that all kids need to read!

    4. I like fiction and stories about fairies.My Grandma knew that and she gave me this book (signed by the author!). I loved the story because it was about magic and fairy tales.

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