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Reviewed by Nino Lobiladze for Readers' Favorite
A fairy named Quizzle and her friend, Pinky Palm, the everyanimal, were looking for amethyst crystals with Auntie Hoolahoop at the rock quarry. Suddenly, Auntie Holahoop's wing got stuck in a crevice! Quizzle and Pinky tried too hard to release the wing, and Auntie Hoolahoop hopped off to an unknown destination. Now, the friends must find her as soon as possible. A flying up party is an important event in every young fairy's life. Pinky prepared a wonderful surprise for Quizzle. Will she spread her wings and fly? Everyone loves Halloween, and Quizzle is not an exception. But it's a time when real witches come out of the dark. Quizzle is in danger, and her friends must figure out how to confront it. Christmas is just around the corner. Pinky looks for the perfect gift for Quizzle and cherishes his own deepest wish. Shadow Catchers are ready to discipline two mischievous shadows. Will Quizzle and Pinky rescue them? The Magical Adventures of Quizzle and Pinky Palm by Teresa Mae Waterland is a collection of eleven short stories for children and adult fans of fairy tales and mythology.
In The Magical Adventures of Quizzle and Pinky Palm, Teresa Mae Waterland invites us into a lovingly crafted magical world of a welcoming little village of Justaroundthebend with the Garden of Everywhere nearby. Teresa describes amazing magical creatures and talking animals dwelling there in perfect harmony. Every story in the collection is simple, yet full of wisdom and brilliant humor. "Behind every good wish from the heart is the ability to accept things just as they are," writes Teresa in Pinky’s Wish. Teresa turns a trivial situation, like Christmas shopping, into an incredible adventure. Children will learn how beautiful and meaningful friendship can be and that we must always protect our loved ones from evil. Quizzle and Pinky are fascinating characters every child will love. Both have their doubts and fears, showing young readers that these emotions are an inevitable part of our lives, but we can control them. I liked the vibrant illustrations by the talented Aletha Heyman and Teresa's mesmerizing writing style. The Magical Adventures of Quizzle and Pinky Palm will help develop children's creative thinking and inspire them to never give up on their dreams.