“A beautiful bedtime story. My daughter and I enjoyed this book very much.”
“Colorful and well written. This book teaches both parents and their kids about the importance of imagination and taking care of each other.”
“I was looking for a book for my little princess when I came across this one. Both my child and I really like this book. The lessons are great.”
How does a child deal with being bedridden? Emily, a sweet but sickly little girl, was hurting and lonely while being hospitalized. She wished for the pain to go away. She used her imagination to soothe her pain. Soon, the Feel-Better Fairy appeared to her and granted her wish. They went on amazing adventures, day after day. She danced with fireflies, causing her to break a sweat in the real world. For days, her magical adventure continued, and with it, she started to recover in real life. Join Emily as her imagination takes her to magical adventures.
“I’m so tired and so lonely, she thought sadly. Mom’s at work, all my friends are at school, and I’m left here all alone. With angry tears in her eyes, Emily turned her head toward the window, hoping to forget for a moment where she was. The hour was late, and the sun had set in the west.”
“Well, hop on,” said the fairy. She spread out her glowing white wings, which were soft as summer clouds, and Emily climbed onto her back between them. As if by magic, her pain and fear were left behind.”
“Emily could hear her mother and Nurse Lucy calling to her. But the Feel-Better Fairy had already spread her wings and flew out of the hospital window, carrying Emily on her back.”