Fairies I Have Met
by Rodolph Stawell
Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton 1910
Number of pages: 117
Before Penelope could toddle she lived far away among the oleanders. The sunbeams who came down to see the oleanders saw Penelope too. She sat on the grass and played with them, and they loved her very much. These stories have been written for Penelope, so that she may love the fairies, and keep the sunbeam always in her heart.
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