Ep 48, “The Lost Fairy Series, Story 3 – The Golden Bee”

· Fairies Little and Fairies Big ·

Date
Jul, 24, 2019

Episode 48, the Lost Fairy Series, Story 3, The Golden Bee at the April Eight Songs and Stories Podcast at aprileight.com

Today’s tale is a continuation of our stories from Episode 44 and 46 and is another episode of part the “The Lost Fairy Series”. In today’s story, the Fairy Prince meets three new helpers who we’ve met before on the April Eight Songs & Stories Podcast, one of them is quite large! A sweet, funny fairytale story for your kids at bath time, bedtime, car time, and family time. To support this podcast, get extra content and rewards for your family, go to the April Eight Patreon and pick out your favorite!

An excerpt from today’s story:

Have you ever flown on the back of a falcon? Well, neither had the fairy prince. Of course, he had flown many times before, being a fairy and all. Flying is a fairy’s preferred mode of transportation, as we all well know. If you had wings, wouldn’t you fly everywhere? Yes, exactly. Me too.

Still, falcons fly far higher and faster than any fairy and Haukka was a powerful bird. The prince had been hanging on for dear life to her neck feathers for what felt like hours. Every time Haukka had dipped or swerved he’d been worried that his crown would slide off his head and tumble down down down, far down into the thick forest below. 

As some of you may recall, The Fairy Prince had lost his crown once before, and he was not in the business of ever losing it again. Thank goodness that when he had lost it before, his dear friend Faith had rescued his crown and returned it to him before his mother’s birthday party or oh, the trouble he would have been in! Faith was the loyalist friend anyone could ever hope to have. 

But Faith. Where was she?…

 

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