Safe at Home with Petalwink
Who is Petalwink?
Good Things Come on Tiny Wings
Fairy Best Quality: Whole-hearted
Role/Function: Flower Fairy; cares for buds, blossoms & growing things
Traits: Earnest, funny, clumsy, sweet, generous, creative, kind, enthusiastic
First response: Enthusiasm
Petalwink is a 400-year-old (young, obviously, for a fairy), purple-haired flower fairy. Her job is to care for the flowers and blossoms in magical Newman Forest--which is in your own backyard! She is whole-hearted, but that doesn't mean she doesn't sometimes get distracted, make a little mistake here and there, and find herself in a bit of trouble.
Petalwink is the star of her own book series...and a flying musical in development!
meet petalwink's friends
June Bug Fairy
The way to be smart is to know and think straight from your heart
Fairy Best Quality: Smart
Role/Function: Forest Historian; records events and happenings in Newman Forest
Traits: Smart, introspective, literal but imaginative, absent-minded
First response: Over-analyze
The words she uses are as big as her heart
She knows about science, math, theater, and art.
That's because June Bug Fairy loves to read and write,
She's not only sweet, she's a clever little sprite.
Tiny on the outside, her thoughts and dreams are grand...
You can count on June Bug, she'll always lend a hand.
He’s so much fun, you’ll forget he never gets anything done!
Fairy Best Quality: Fearless
Role/Function: Rain & Water Fairy; provides drink for the forest
Traits: Eager, funny, dauntless, bold, clumsy, friendly
First response: Giddyup!
This friendly red-headed nix is forever up to high jinks
Fearless of seeming foolish, unafraid of what anyone thinks
He's up for adventure and never lazy, not ever shy,
Gordo knows there's no limit, beyond even sky-high.
He might misplace his shoe or lose the other half,
But he's a loyal friend who's eager always to love and to laugh.
The pretty on the outside shows the beauty that’s on the inside
Fairy Best Quality: Graceful
Role/Function: Seed Fairy- cares for, stores and cultivates seeds
Traits: Artistic, poised, dramatic, expressive, supportive, strong, nurturing
First response: Drama
Like a springtime blossom, she's a welcome sight
When Felicia smiles, all around her is bright.
She has a magic touch that she brings to each day
She shines friendship and beauty in her fairy own way.
Felicia's a wee mighty pixie and pretty as a flower
Her kindness and grace give her sweetness girl power!
Willow & Whitney
The way to win is to have a twin
Fairy Best Quality: Competitive
Role/Function: Wind Fairies; cause zephyrs, breezes, and wind
Traits: active, vital, chipper, loyal
First response: First? They’re already on their third!
There's one thing Willow loves as much as to win,
and that is her brother Whitney, who's also her twin.
Together they run and climb and fly faster than light
Sometimes they play and sometimes they fight.
But they always say sorry and hug it out in the end
Because the best prize to claim is winning a friend.
A Little Birdie Nuthatch Told me...
Fairy Best Quality: In charge
Role/Function: Runs the show
Traits: Nosy, spirited, maternal, proud
First response: Tell everyone what to do
Calm and assured is how problems are cured
Fairy Best Quality: Wise
Role/Function: Forest advisor
Traits: insightful, calm, judicious, discerning, clever
First response: Thoughtful
As Eager to Please as he is to Eat Treats
Fairy Best Quality: Sweet
Role/Function: Chef; On a related note, controls the bug population (not vegan, but trying to eat more plants)
Traits: Eager to please, loyal, agreeable, hungry
First response: Who needs a snack?
Belfry the Elf
Acting stingy makes everything seem dingy
Fairy Best Quality: Yeah, still working on that. At least he reads a lot of [s]elf help books.
Role/Function: mooches off everybody else, bully
Personality traits: sneaky, lazy, deceitful, jealous, entitled
First response: Steal it from someone else
To have a friend, be a friend
Fairy Best Quality: Earnest
Traits: Wants to be friendly can be a little shy,
self-conscious, bright, honest
First response: Tentative curiosity