Top 10 Rainbow Magic Books

 

The world of children’s stories has many commendable pieces of literature. One such piece is the Rainbow Magic series, which is written under the pseudonym Daisy Meadows by 4 different authors. The best Rainbow Magic books are universally loved by children everywhere.

 

Ruby the Red Fairy

The first book in the list of Rainbow Magic books, this is where it all started. The readers are introduced to the characters and the world the story is based in, as they go on adventures with their fairy friends, to look for the missing Rainbow Magic fairies.

Read it For:
It is a good introduction and builds up the world of Rainbow Magic Fairies.
Don't Read it For:
This series is primarily for small children, and it is suitable only for them.
What makes this book stand out?:
The ability to make children fall in love with the characters and the introduction to a completely new world.

Hayley the Rain Fairy

The story is the last book of the Weather Fairy series, where the protagonist Rachel and Kirsty have only one feather left to find the weather fairies. Meanwhile, a flood is in full flow.

Read it For:
The ending of the Weather Fairy series is considered to be the most interesting read of this entire series, thus making it one of the 10 bestselling Rainbow Magic books
Don't Read it For:
The book is the last of the series. To understand it you must have to read the previous books.
What makes this book stand out?:
The description of the flood and Kirsty and Rachel’s perseverance is admirable and teaches a valuable lesson.

Honey the Sweet Fairy

The story is one of the sweetest books in the Party Fairy series as Kirsty and Rachel continue their quest to find the magical part bags of their fairy friends. To prevent the evil Jack Frost from ruining the 1000th jubilee of the King and Queen, the children must find the bag to make sure that the King and Queen’s party is full of sweets and treats.

Read it For:
The book is in the middle of the adventures and creates an air of suspense as the reader waits to find out if the children will be successful or not.
Don't Read it For:
The book is only for children.
What makes this book stand out?:
The suspense created by the author in this book is amazing, and it has more action than most of the others.

India the Moonstone Fairy

The first of the Jewel Fairy stories, India the Moonstone Fairies is the introduction of the children to the latest problem that has now come up. It is up to them to stop Jack Frost who has stolen all the jewels from the Fairy Queen’s crown. In this book, they have to find the jewel before all dreams turn into nightmares.

Read it For:
The innate ability of the fairy to make it seem like the reader is actually a part of the fairy world.
Don't Read it For:
The book remains for children and should be read by them.
What makes this book stand out?:
The way that the book is written and the different themes present.
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Lauren the Puppy Fairy

The children with the help of Bouncer the Puppy must find Lauren’s magical pet. They have their hands full already because of Bouncers antics and on top of that the world is not making sense.

Read it For:
The world of the Pet Fairy is beautifully introduced in this story.
Don't Read it For:
The fact of the matter remains that the books are not for sensible adults, but for kids learning to read.
What makes this book stand out?:
The way it describes what it is actually like to have to take care of a puppy.

Willow the Wednesday Fairy

Each of the Fun Day fairies is in charge of adding fun and sparkle to each of the days of the week. Kirsty and Rachel must tackle Jack Frost and help get back the magic of the fairies that he has stolen for himself. In this book, they must look for Willow’s magical flag and get it back from the Arts and Crafts fair before the Goblins can get a hold of it.

Read it For:
The fun way the story is told is entertaining to children.
Don't Read it For:
To an adult, the books may seem very similar to each other.
What makes this book stand out?:
The ability to discern the difference between right and wrong which a child needs to be taught at a very early age.

Pippa the Poppy Fairy

The Flower fairies are in danger, and so are the flowers of the entire Fairyland. Jack Frost has stolen their petals, and the flowers disappear, with Pippa’s lost in the local flower shop. They have to reach the petal first before the Goblins are able to.

Read it For:
The story of the Flowers and the petals is beautifully connected.
Don't Read it For:
The story makes sense to a child, but not to an adult.
What makes this book stand out?:
The way good always overcomes the darkness in the end.

Rebecca The Rock ‘N’ Roll Fairy

The protagonists of the story are up against the evil goblins yet again as this time they must help Rebecca the Rock ‘N’ Roll fairy to get her dance ribbon back. Without it, all the dancers will do terribly bringing an end to civilization.

Read it For:
The immense way the fairies are described making it one of the most popular Rainbow Magic books among children.
Don't Read it For:
The plot is full of holes and very simple.
What makes this book stand out?:
The world building done here is marvellous.

Helena the Horseriding Fairy

This time it is the Sporty Fairies who are in need of help of the children. The magic sporty items have been stolen by Jack Frost and the goblins so that they can cheat to win. In this book, it is Helena the horse riding fairy who is in need of help.

Read it For:
The description of each fairy is precise and unique.
Don't Read it For:
The plot of each series is more or less the same.
What makes this book stand out?:
The unique ability to make the child want to read it.

Fiona the Flute Fairy

In this book, it is the music fairies who are in trouble and in need of help from the children. Fiona needs the help of the children to find the flute.

Read it For:
The book describes the power of music through metaphors beautifully.
Don't Read it For:
The story is for children to help them learn to read.
What makes this book stand out?:
The story is for children to help them learn to read.

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