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Rainbow Magic The Complete 20 Rainbow Fairies Series - Chapter Books 1 to 140

Rainbow Magic

The Complete Series 1 to 20

Rainbow Magic - Series 1

Colour Fairies (1-7)

Rainbow Magic - Series 1 Colour Fairies Collection 7 Books Pack Set (Books 1 to 7) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 1

The Colour Fairies (1-7)

  • Ruby the Red Fairy

  • Amber the Orange Fairy

  • Saffron the Yellow Fairy

  • Fern the Green Fairy

  • Sky the Blue Fairy

  • Izzy the Indigo Fairy

  • Heather the Violet Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 2

Weather Fairies (8-14)

Rainbow Magic - Series 2 Weather Fairies Collection 7 Books Pack Set (Books 8 to 14) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 2

The Weather Fairies (8-14)

  • Crystal the Snow Fairy

  • Abigail the Breeze Fairy

  • Pearl the Cloud Fairy

  • Goldie the Sunshine Fairy

  • Evie the Mist Fairy

  • Storm the Lightning Fairy

  • Hayley the Rain Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 3

Party Fairies (15-21)

Rainbow Magic - Series 3 Party Fairies Collection 7 Books Pack Set Books 15 to 21 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 3

The Party Fairies (15-21)

  • Cherry the Cake Fairy

  • Melodie the Music Fairy

  • Grace the Glitter Fairy

  • Honey the Sweet Fairy

  • Polly the Party Fun Fairy

  • Phoebe the Fashion Fairy

  • Jasmine the Present Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 4

Jewel Fairies (22-28)

Rainbow Magic Series 4 Jewel Fairies 7 Books Pack Set (Books 22 - 28) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 4

The Jewel Fairies (22-28)

  • India the Moonstone Fairy

  • Scarlett the Garnet Fairy

  • Emily the Emerald Fairy

  • Chloe the Topaz Fairy

  • Amy the Amethyst Fairy

  • Sophie the Sapphire Fairy

  • Lucy the Diamond Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 5

Pet Keeper Fairies (29-35)

Rainbow Magic Series 5 Pet Keeper Fairies Collection 7 Books Pack Set Books 29 to 35 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 5

The Pet Keeper Fairies (29-35)

  • Katie the Kitten Fairy

  • Bella the Bunny Fairy

  • Georgia the Guinea Pig Fairy

  • Lauren the Puppy Fairy

  • Harriet the Hamster Fairy

  • Molly the Goldfish Fairy

  • Penny the Pony Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 6

Fun Day Fairies (36-42)

Rainbow Magic Series 6 Fun Day Fairies Collection 7 Books Pack Set (36 to 42) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 6

The Fun Day Fairies (36-42)

  • Megan the Monday Fairy

  • Tallulah the Tuesday Fairy

  • Willow the Wednesday Fairy

  • Thea the Thursday Fairy

  • Freya the Friday Fairy

  • Sienna the Saturday Fairy

  • Sarah the Sunday Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 7

Petal Fairies (43-49)

Rainbow Magic Series 7 Petal Fairies Collection 7 Books Pack Set Books 43 to 49 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 7

The Petal Fairies (43-49)

  • Tia the Tulip Fairy

  • Pippa the Poppy Fairy

  • Louise the Lily Fairy

  • Charlie the Sunflower Fairy

  • Olivia the Orchid Fairy

  • Danielle the Daisy Fairy

  • Ella the Rose Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 8

Dance Fairies (50-56)

Rainbow Magic Series 8 Dance Fairies Collection 7 Books Pack Set (Books 50 To 56) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 8

The Dance Fairies (50-56)

  • Bethany the Ballet Fairy

  • Jade the Disco Fairy

  • Rebecca Rock 'n' Roll Fairy

  • Tasha the Tap Dance Fairy

  • Jessica the Jazz Fairy

  • Saskia the Salsa Fairy

  • Imogen the Ice Dance Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 9

Sporty Fairies (57-63)

Rainbow Magic Series 9 Sporty Fairies Collection 7 Books Set (Books 57 To 63) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 9

The Sporty Fairies (57-63)

  • Helena the Horse-riding Fairy

  • Francesca the Football Fairy

  • Zoe the Skating Fairy

  • Naomi the Netball Fairy

  • Samantha Swimming Fairy

  • Alice the Tennis Fairy

  • Gemma the Gymnastics Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 10

Music Fairies (64-70)

Rainbow Magic Series 10 Music Fairies - 7 Books Set Pack Collection (Books 64-70) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 10

The Music Fairies (64-70)

  • Poppy the Piano Fairy

  • Ellie the Guitar Fairy

  • Fiona the Flute Fairy

  • Danni the Drum Fairy

  • Maya the Harp Fairy

  • Victoria the Violin Fairy

  • Sadie the Saxophone Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 11

Magical Animal Fairies (71-77)

Rainbow Magic Series 11 Magical Animal Fairies Pack 7 Books Set Pack (Books 71 to 77) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 11

Magical Animal Fairies (71-77)

  • Ashley the Dragon Fairy

  • Lara the Black Cat Fairy

  • Erin the Firebird Fairy

  • Rihanna the Seahorse Fairy

  • Sophia the Snow Swan Fairy

  • Leona the Unicorn Fairy

  • Caitlin the Ice Bear Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 12

Green Fairies (78-84)

Rainbow Magic Series 12 Green Fairies - 7 Books Set Collection Pack (Books 78-84) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 12

The Green Fairies (78-84)

  • Nicole the Beach Fairy

  • Isabella the Air Fairy

  • Edie the Garden Fairy

  • Coral the Reef Fairy

  • Lily the Rainforest Fairy

  • Milly the River Fairy

  • Carrie the Snow Cap Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 13

Ocean Fairies (85-91)

Rainbow Magic Series 13 Ocean Fairies Collection 7 Books Set Pack (Books 85 to 91) by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 13

The Ocean Fairies (85-91)

  • Ally the Dolphin Fairy

  • Amelie the Seal Fairy

  • Pia the Penguin Fairy

  • Tess the Sea Turtle Fairy

  • Stephanie the Starfish Fairy

  • Whitney the Whale Fairy

  • Courtney the Clownfish Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 14

Twilight Fairies (92-98)

Rainbow Magic Series 14 Twilight Fairies - 7 Books Set Collection Pack Books 92 to 98 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 14

The Twilight Fairies (92-98)

  • Ava the Sunset Fairy

  • Lexi the Firefly Fairy

  • Zara the Starlight Fairy

  • Morgan the Midnight Fairy

  • Yasmin the Night Owl Fairy

  • Maisie the Moonbeam Fairy

  • Sabrina Sweet Dreams Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 15

Showtime Fairies (99-105)

Rainbow Magic Series 15 Showtime Fairies 7 Books Collection Pack Set, Books 99 to 105 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 15

The Showtime Fairies (99-105)

  • Madison the Magic Show Fairy

  • Leah the Theatre Fairy

  • Alesha the Acrobat Fairy

  • Darcey the Dance Diva Fairy

  • Amelia the Singing Fairy

  • Isla the Ice Star Fairy

  • Taylor the Talent Show Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 16

Princess Fairies (106-112)

Rainbow Magic Series 16 Princess Fairies Collection Set Pack Books 106-112 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 16

The Princess Fairies (106-112)

  • Honor Happy Days Fairy

  • Demi the Dressing-up Fairy

  • Anya Cuddly Creatures Fairy

  • Elisa the Adventure Fairy

  • Lizzie the Sweet Treats Fairy

  • Maddie the Playtime Fairy

  • Eva the Enchanted Ball Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 17

Popstar Fairies (113-119)

Rainbow Magic Series 17 Pop Star Fairies Collection Pack Set Books 113 - 119 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 17

The Popstar Fairies (113-119)

  • Jessie the Lyrics Fairy

  • Adele the Singing Coach Fairy

  • Vanessa Dance Steps Fairy

  • Miley the Stylist Fairy

  • Frankie the Makeup Fairy

  • Rochelle the Star-spotter Fairy

  • Una the Concert Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 18

Fashion Fairies (120-126)

Rainbow Magic Series 18 Fashion Fairies Collection Pack Set Books 120 to 126 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 18

The Fashion Fairies (120-126)

  • Miranda the Beauty Fairy

  • Claudia the Accessories Fairy

  • Tyra the Dress Designer Fairy

  • Alexa Fashion Reporter Fairy

  • Matilda the Hairstylist Fairy

  • Brooke Photographer Fairy

  • Lola the Fashion Show Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 19

Sweet Fairies (127-133)

Rainbow Magic Series 19 Sweet Fairies Collection Set Pack, Books 127-133 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 19

The Sweet Fairies (127-133)

  • Lottie the Lollipop Fairy

  • Esme the Ice Cream Fairy

  • Coco the Cupcake Fairy

  • Clara the Chocolate Fairy

  • Madeleine the Cookie Fairy

  • Layla the Candyfloss Fairy

  • Nina the Birthday Cake Fairy

Rainbow Magic - Series 20

Baby Animal Rescue Fairies (134-140)

Rainbow Magic Series 20 Baby Animal Rescue Fairies Books Collection Set Pack Books 134 to 140 by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic - Series 20

Baby Animal Rescue Fairies (134-140)

  • Mae the Panda Fairy

  • Kitty the Tiger Fairy

  • Mara the Meerkat Fairy

  • Savannah the Zebra Fairy

  • Kimberley the Koala Fairy

  • Rosie the Honey Bear Fairy

  • Anna the Arctic Fox Fairy


Rainbow Magic fairy ornaments

Got a Rainbow Magic book fan at home? Here are some Rainbow Magic fairy ornaments you can make based on the series of popular chapter books from wooden teaspoons.

This is an easy Christmas craft kids can make – in fact, it was my 7 year old who came up with the idea!

This craft was originally published in 2015 and has been updated and re-shared for today’s audience.

Rainbow Magic fairy ornaments – a fun and easy Christmas craft for kids

My girls are aged 6 and 7, and they absolutely can’t get enough of the Rainbow Magic fairy books. Nine times out of ten, when I ask them to choose a book for read-aloud time it will be one of these.

For this reason, we decided to make some spoon doll fairy ornaments based on the some of the characters in the books. Mind you, there are over 150 chapter books in the series to choose from so we couldn’t make them all, haha.

Sparkly fairy ornament for Christmas

We are all very pleased how our fairy ornaments turned out! Here’s how we made them.

You will need

  • Wooden teaspoons
  • Construction paper in assorted colours
  • White card stock
  • Felt
  • Glue – fabric glue works best for the felt, or use tacky craft glue
  • Gell pens
  • Optional watercolour paints for the wings
  • Your favourite Rainbow Magic chapter book to use as a guide

materials for fairy ornaments

How To

  1. Trace the outline of the wooden teaspoon onto construction paper (choose a colour that best matches the outfit of the fairy you have chosen). The outline is just a guide for getting the size of the clothing right, once you have traced the spoon you can use that outline to draw the fairy outfit as it looks on the cover illustration.
  2. Cut the paper outfit out and stick it onto the spoon using a glue stick. If you like you can add some detail to the clothing with markers or gel pens.
  3. Place the spoon over the white card stock and sketch the shape of the wings. You only need to sketch one side because you can fold the paper and get a perfectly matching second wing that way. Optionally, add some colour to the wings with watercolour paint, pencils or markers.
  4. Make the hair. Trace the outline of the round part of the spoon onto felt twice. Sketch the shape of the front half of the hair (the fringe) on one and the back of the hair on the other.
  5. Cut the hair shapes out and glue into place using fabric glue, pacing the back hair on the indented side of the spoon.
  6. Draw the face and shoes on with gel pens
  7. Make the arms. Sketch the arms onto construction paper (heavy stock works best) and glue on. Cut out a sliver of a different colour for the magic wand and glue onto the fairy’s hand (the girls drew their fairy arms directly onto the wings after gluing them on instead, which is a less fiddly way to do it)
  8. Glue the wings on
  9. Glue a piece of string tied in a loop to the back of the head and wait for it to dry

steps to create spoon doll fairy ornaments based on the Rainbow Magic book series

All that’s left to do is hang them on your tree…

spoon doll fairies as Christmas ornaments

How adorable are these kid made ones?

kid-made spoon fairy ornaments

Spoon doll fairies based on the Rainbow Magic series

More Fairy Craft Ideas

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List of books written by Daisy Meadows

# Title Series title First published Ghostwriter 1Ruby the Red FairyThe Rainbow Fairies2003Narinder Dhami2Amber the Orange FairyNarinder Dhami 3Saffron the Yellow Fairy (US name: Sunny the Yellow Fairy)Sue Bentley 4Fern the Green FairyNarinder Dhami 5Sky the Blue FairySue Bentley 6Izzy the Indigo Fairy (US name: Inky the Indigo Fairy)Narinder Dhami 7Heather the Violet FairySue Bentley 8Crystal the Snow FairyWeather Fairies2004Narinder Dhami 9Abigail the Breeze FairySue Bentley 10Pearl the Cloud FairyNarinder Dhami 11Goldie the Sunshine FairySue Mongredien 12Evie the Mist FairySue Bentley 13Storm the Lightning FairySue Mongredien 14Hayley the Rain FairySue Bentley 15Cherry the Cake FairyParty Fairies2005Sue Mongredien 16Melodie the Music FairyMarilyn Kaye17Grace the Glitter FairyNarinder Dhami 18Honey the Sweet Fairy (US name: Honey the Candy Fairy)Sue Mongredien 19Polly the Party Fun FairyNarinder Dhami 20Phoebe the Fashion FairySue Mongredien 21Jasmine the Present FairyNarinder Dhami 22India the Moonstone FairyJewel Fairies2005Narinder Dhami 23Scarlett the Garnet FairySue Monegredien 24Emily the Emerald FairyNarinder Dhami 25Chloe the Topaz FairyLinda Chapman26Amy the Amethyst FairyNarinder Dhami 27Sophie the Sapphire FairyLinda Chapman 28Lucy the Diamond FairySue Monegredien 29Katie the Kitten FairyPet Keeper/Pet Fairies2006Sue Mongredien 30Bella the Bunny FairyNarinder Dhami 31Georgia the Guinea Pig FairySue Mongredien 32Lauren the Puppy FairyNarinder Dhami 33Harriet the Hamster FairySue Mongredien 34Molly the Goldfish FairyNarinder Dhami 35Penny the Pony FairySue Mongredien 36Megan the Monday FairyFun Day Fairies2006Narinder Dhami 37Tallulah the Tuesday Fairy (US name: Tara the Tuesday Fairy)Sue Mongredien 38Willow the Wednesday FairyNarinder Dhami 39Thea the Thursday FairySue Mongredien 40Freya the Friday Fairy (US name: Felicity the Friday Fairy)Narinder Dhami 41Sienna the Saturday FairySue Mongredien 42Sarah the Sunday FairyNarinder Dhami 43Tia the Tulip FairyPetal Fairies2007Sue Mongredien 44Pippa the Poppy FairySue Mongredien 45Louise the Lily FairySue Mongredien 46Charlie the Sunflower Fairy (US and original name: Charlotte the Sunflower Fairy)Narinder Dhami 47Olivia the Orchid FairyNarinder Dhami 48Danielle the Daisy FairyNarinder Dhami 49Ella the Rose FairySue Mongredien 50Bethany the Ballet FairyDance Fairies2007Narinder Dhami 51Jade the Disco FairySue Mongredien 52Rebecca the Rock 'n' Roll FairyNarinder Dhami 53Tasha the Tap Dance FairySue Mongredien 54Jessica the Jazz FairyNarinder Dhami 55Saskia the Salsa Fairy (US name: Serena the Salsa Fairy)Sue Mongredien 56Imogen the Ice Dance Fairy (US name: Isabelle the Ice Dance Fairy)Narinder Dhami 57Helena the Horseriding Fairy (US name: Helena the Horse-riding Fairy)Sporty/Sports Fairies2008Sue Mongredien 58Francesca the Football Fairy (US name: Stacey the Soccer Fairy)Narinder Dhami 59Zoe the Skating FairySue Mongredien 60Naomi the Netball Fairy (US name: Brittany the Basketball Fairy)Narinder Dhami 61Samantha the Swimming FairySue Mongredien 62Alice the Tennis FairyNarinder Dhami 63Gemma the Gymnastics FairySue Mongredien 64Poppy the Piano FairyMusic Fairies2008Narinder Dhami 65Ellie the Guitar FairySue Mongredien 66Fiona the Flute FairyNarinder Dhami 67Danni the Drum FairySue Mongredien 68Maya the Harp FairyNarinder Dhami 69Victoria the Violin FairySue Mongredien 70Sadie the Saxophone FairyNarinder Dhami 71Ashley the Dragon FairyMagical Creature Fairies/Magical Animal2009Sue Mongredien 72Lara the Black Cat FairyNarinder Dhami 73Erin the Firebird Fairy (US name: Erin the Phoenix Fairy)Sue Mongredien 74Rihanna the Seahorse FairyNarinder Dhami 75Sophia the Snow Swan FairySue Mongredien 76Leona the Unicorn FairyNarinder Dhami 77Caitlin the Ice Bear FairySue Mongredien 78Nicole the Beach FairyGreen/Earth Fairies2009Narinder Dhami 79Isabella the Air FairySue Mongredien 80Edie the Garden FairyNarinder Dhami 81Coral the Reef FairySue Mongredien 82Lily the Rainforest FairyNarinder Dhami 83Milly the River FairySue Mongredien 84Carrie the Snow Cap FairyNarinder Dhami 85Ally the Dolphin FairyOcean Fairies2010Sue Mongredien 86Amelie the Seal FairyNarinder Dhami 87Pia the Penguin FairySue Mongredien 88Tess the Sea Turtle FairyNarinder Dhami 89Stephanie the Starfish FairySue Mongredien 90Whitney the Whale FairyNarinder Dhami 91Courtney the Clownfish FairySue Mongredien 92Ava the Sunset FairyTwilight/Night Fairies2010Narinder Dhami 93Lexi the Firefly FairySue Mongredien 94Zara the Starlight FairyNarinder Dhami 95Morgan the Midnight FairySue Mongredien 96Yasmin the Night Owl Fairy (US name: Nia the Night Owl Fairy)Narinder Dhami 97Maisie the Moonbeam Fairy (US name: Anna the Moonbeam Fairy)Sue Mongredien 98Sabrina the Sweet Dreams FairyNarinder Dhami 99Madison the Magic Show FairyShowtime Fairies2011Sue Mongredien 100Leah the Theatre Fairy (100th Book)Narinder Dhami 101Alesha the Acrobat FairySue Mongredien 102Darcey the Dance Diva FairyNarinder Dhami 103Amelia the Singing FairySue Mongredien 104Isla the Ice Star FairyNarinder Dhami 105Taylor the Talent Show FairySue Mongredien 106Honor the Happy Days Fairy (US name: Hope the Happiness Fairy)Princess Fairies2011Narinder Dhami 107Demi the Dressing-Up Fairy (US name: Cassidy the Costume Fairy)Sue Mongredien 108Anya the Cuddly Creatures FairyRachel Elliot 109Elisa the Adventure Fairy (US name: Elisa the Royal Adventure Fairy)Rachel Elliot 110Lizzie the Sweet Treats FairyNarinder Dhami 111Maddie the Playtime Fairy (US name: Maddie the Fun and Games Fairy)Rachel Elliot 112Eva the Enchanted Ball FairySue Mongredien 113Jessie the Lyrics FairyPop Star/Superstar Fairies2012Sue Mongredien 114Adele the Singing Coach Fairy (US name: Adele the Voice Fairy)Narinder Dhami 115Vanessa the Dance Steps Fairy (US name: Vanessa the Choreography Fairy)Sue Mongredien 116Miley the Stylist FairyNarinder Dhami 117Frankie the Makeup FairyRachel Elliot 118Rochelle the Star Spotter Fairy (US name: Alyssa the Star-Spotter Fairy)Rachel Elliot 119Una the Concert Fairy (US name: Cassie the Concert Fairy)Rachel Elliot 120Miranda the Beauty FairyFashion Fairies2012Narinder Dhami 121Claudia the Accessories FairySue Mongredien 122Tyra the Dress Designer Fairy (US name: Tyra the Designer Fairy)Rachel Elliot 123Alexa the Fashion Reporter FairyNarinder Dhami 124Matilda the Hairstylist Fairy (US name: Jennifer the Hairstylist Fairy)Rachel Elliot 125Brooke the Photographer FairyRachel Elliot 126Lola the Fashion Show FairySue Mongredien 127Lottie the Lollipop Fairy (US name: Lisa the Lollipop Fairy)Sweet/Sugar and Spice Fairies2013Narinder Dhami 128Esme the Ice Cream FairySue Mongredien 129Coco the Cupcake FairyRachel Elliot 130Clara the Chocolate FairyNarinder Dhami 131Madeleine the Cookie Fairy (US name: Madeline the Cookie Fairy)Rachel Elliot 132Layla the Candyfloss Fairy (US name: Layla the Cotton Candy Fairy)Sue Mongredien 133Nina the Birthday Cake FairyRachel Elliot 134Mae the Panda FairyBaby Animal Rescue Fairies2013Rachel Elliot 135Kitty the Tiger FairyNarinder Dhami 136Mara the Meerkat FairyNarinder Dhami 137Savannah the Zebra FairyRachel Elliot 138Kimberley the Koala Fairy (US name: Kimberly the Koala Fairy)Narinder Dhami 139Rosie the Honey Bear FairyRachel Elliot 140Anna the Arctic Fox Fairy (US name: Nora the Arctic Fox Fairy)Narinder Dhami 141Kayla the Pottery FairyMagical Crafts Fairies2014Narinder Dhami 142Annabelle the Drawing FairyRachel Elliot 143Zadie the Sewing FairyNarinder Dhami 144Josie the Jewelry-Making Fairy (US name: Josie the Jewelry Fairy)Rachel Elliot 145Violet the Painting FairyNarinder Dhami 146Libby the Story-Writing Fairy (US name: Libby the Writing Fairy)Narinder Dhami 147Roxie the Baking FairyNarinder Dhami 148Marissa The Science FairySchool Day Fairies2014Rachel Elliot 149Alison The Art FairyRachel Elliot 150Lydia the Reading FairyRachel Elliot 151Kathryn the PE Fairy (US name: Kathryn the Gym Fairy)Rachel Elliot 152Julia the Sleeping Beauty FairyFairytale Fairies2015Rachel Elliot 153Eleanor the Snow White FairyRachel Elliot 154Faith the Cinderella FairyRachel Elliot 155Rita the Frog Princess Fairy (US only)Tracey West 156Gwen the Beauty and the Beast Fairy (US only)Tracey West 157Aisha the Princess and the Pea Fairy (US only)Tracey West 158Lacey the Little Mermaid FairyRachel Elliot 159Martha the Doctor FairyHelping Fairies2015Rachel Elliot 160Ariana the Firefighter Fairy161Perrie the Paramedic Fairy162Lulu the Lifeguard Fairy163Elle the Thumbelina FairyStorybook Fairies2016 164Rosalie the Rapunzel Fairy165Mariana the Goldilocks Fairy166Ruth the Red Riding Hood Fairy167Esther the Kindness FairyFriendship Fairies2016 168Mary the Sharing Fairy169Mimi the Laughter Fairy170Clare the Caring Fairy171Debbie the Duckling FairyBaby Farm Animal Fairies2017 172Elodie the Lamb Fairy173Penelope the Foal Fairy174Billie the Baby Goat Fairy175Monica the Marshmallow FairyCandy Land/Sweet Fairies2017 176Gabby the Bubblegum Fairy177Lisa the Jellybean Fairy (US name: Franny the Jellybean Fairy) 178Shelley the Sherbert Fairy (US name: Shelley the Sugar Fairy) 179Rae the Rollercoaster FairyFunfair Fairies2018 180Fatima the Face-Painting Fairy181Paloma the Dodgems Fairy182Bobbi the Bouncy Castle Fairy183Etta the Elephant FairyEndangered Animals Fairies2018Karen Ball 184Priya the Polar Bear FairyRachel Elliot 185Chelsea the Chimpanzee FairyKaren Ball 186Selma the Snow Leopard FairyRachel Elliot 187Aisha the Astronaut FairyDiscovery Fairies2019Rachel Elliot 188Orla the Inventor Fairy189Annie the Detective Fairy190Elsie the Engineer Fairy191Teri the Trampolining FairyAfter School Sports Fairies2019 192Bonnie the Bike-Riding Fairy193Rita the Rollerskating Fairy2020 194Callie the Climbing Fairy195Deena the Diwali FairyFestival Fairies2020 196Hana the Hanukkah Fairy197Elisha the Eid Fairy2021 198Bea the Buddha Day Fairy199Layne the Surfing FairyGold Medal Games Fairies2021 200Riley the Skateboarding Fairy201Soraya the Skiing Fairy202Jayda the Snowboarding Fairy203Li the Labrador FairyPuppy Care Fairies2022204Frenchie the Bulldog Fairy205Seren the Sausage Dog Fairy206Pandora the Poodle Fairy
Rainbow Magic

The School Day Fairies

Best friends Kirsty Tate and Rachel Walker usually only get to spend vacations and holidays with each other. But for a special week, they'll both be going to the same school! It's a good thing the two friends are together. Jack Frost is causing trouble at the Fairyland School -- and the School Day Fairies need help!

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Fairy Tale Fairies

Once upon a time, the Fairy Tale Fairies were protectors of fairy tale characters and their precious stories. But when mean Jack Frost steals the Fairies’ magical items, the fairy tale characters come to life and enter the real world! Can Rachel and Kirsty find the missing treasures and give everybody their Happily Ever After’s back?

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Baby Animal Rescue Fairies

The girls are spending a week of their summer vacation at the Wild Woods Nature Reserve. They're going to volunteer as junior rangers to help the baby animals! When Jack Frost tries to kidnap the animals to take to his icy zoo, the Fairies must save the day!

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Magical Craft Fairies

Rainspell Island is hosting an Arts and Crafts Week. Rachel and Kirsty can't wait to try all the different creative activities! But Jack Frost has other plans. He likes making chaos more than making art. Can Rachel and Kirsty put a stop to Jack Frost's antics before he ruins everything? Find the special fairy object in each book and help save the arts and crafts magic!

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Earth Fairies

The fairy king and queen have just put together a new team of seven fairies for a very special mission. They are the Earth Fairies! But they can't do it alone. Luckily, Rachel and Kirsty are ready to help! Find the missing magic wand in each book and help save the environment!

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Sugar & Spice Fairies

These fairies are sugar and spice and everything nice!
The Sugar & Spice Fairies' magic protects sweet treats in both Fairyland and the human world. When mean Jack Frost steals the fairies' delicious magical items, dessert everywhere takes a sour turn.

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Fashion Fairies

The Fashion Fairies use their magic accessories to make sure that fashion everywhere is fun and fresh. But when jealous Jack Frost steals their magic away, it could lead to a fashion flop! Luckily, Rachel and Kirsty are ready to dive into another fairy adventure...

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SuperStar Fairies

Rachel and Kirsty are thrilled when their fairy friends whisk them away to the Fairyland Music Festival! But the festival is one big mess, because Jack Frost has stolen the Superstar Fairies' magic music notes. He's determined to be the biggest superstar in the world . . . and the girls are determined to stop him!


Princess Fairies

Rachel and Kirsty are so excited to spend the week at the Golden Palace. They're going to live like real princesses! But before long, they discover that something is terribly wrong. The Princess Fairies' magic tiaras are missing! Without them, both Fairyland and the human world are a royal mess.

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Magical Animal Fairies

Rachel and Kirsty are heading to outdoor adventure camp -- and another fairy adventure is just around the corner! The Magical Animal Fairies' seven animals are missing. The animals each look after a special kind of magic. If Rachel and Kirsty can't find them fast, nothing will be the same!

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Night Fairies

Nothing is more magical than nighttime! The Night Fairies are careful to keep it that way . . . until their special bags of magic dust go missing. Jack Frost and his goblins are surely causing trouble again. Now Fairyland and the human world are in the dark!

Meet The Fairies!
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Ocean Fairies

The Ocean Fairies keep all the sea creatures safe and happy!But when the goblins shatter their enchanted conch shell, seven magic sea creatures leave to search for the pieces. The Ocean Fairies must find the shells... and their animal friends!

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Party Fairies

It's party time! A big bash for King Oberon and Queen Titania is underway in Fairyland. The Party Fairies keep everything running smoothly, until Jack Frost's goblins steal their magic party bags. Now parties everywhere aren't festive -- they're a flop!

Meet The Fairies!
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Sports Fairies

Foul play! It's an exciting time in Fairyland. Everyone is getting ready for the Fairy Olympics! But Jack Frost's goblins have stolen the Sports Fairies' magic objects. Now they're threatening to take over the whole competition!

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Music Fairies

Jack Frost and his goblins have stolen the Music Fairies' magic instruments. Music everywhere is out of tune! Now the goblins plan to play the instruments in a TV talent contest. If Rachel and Kirsty don't act fast, everyone could find out about Fairyland!

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Dance Fairies

The Dance Fairies' magic ribbons are missing! Without them, all kinds of dances are getting off on the wrong foot. Everyone is miserable, except for Jack Frost and his goblins. They have the ribbons... and it's up to Rachel and Kirsty to get them back!

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Pet Fairies

The Pet Fairies have one of the most important jobs in Fairyland! They work with their special pets to make sure that all animals find safe homes. But now Jack Frost has stolen the magical pets! Could they be lost forever?

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Jewel Fairies

Jack Frost is up to no good again! This time, he's stolen the seven jewels from Queen Titania's crown. Without them, the Jewel Fairies can't do their jobs. The magic in Fairyland is fading fast!

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Weather Fairies

Fairyland is home to the seven Weather Fairies! They use magical feathers to bring all of the weather to Fairyland. But when the feathers disappear, the weather turns wacky. The Weather Fairies must fix it -- fast!

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Rainbow Fairies

Fairyland is home to seven colorful sisters. Together, they are the Rainbow Fairies! They keep Fairyland dazzling and bright. But when evil Jack Frost sends them far away, the sisters are in big trouble. If they don't return soon, Fairyland is doomed to be gray forever!

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Special Editions

Rachel and Kirsty are thrilled to be attending the graduation of Rachel's cousin, Ivy. Trouble is afoot, however—Jack Frost has stolen Chelsea the Congratulations Fairy's three magic objects. Find the magic objects in all three stories inside this Rainbow Magic Special Edition and help save the celebration magic!

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Literature / Rainbow Magic

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The Rainbow Magic series is a popular British Children's Literatureseries for girls around the age of six, written by several authors under the House Pseudonym of Daisy Meadows and illustrated by Georgie Ripper. The series also received a direct-to-video movie, Return to Rainspell Island.

Each series of books, while different in theme, generally follows the same basic plot. Jack Frost and his goblins are causing trouble in Fairyland and have stolen or misplaced seven precious artifacts that help fairies do their jobs. These objects have been scattered across the human world, and are guarded by goblins.

Best friends Kirsty Tate and Rachel Walker have to get the items back, helping each fairy one by one. Special series books mix it up slightly by having one fairy but three magic objects, and later series have four fairies per series instead of seven.

Its website can be found here for the UK version and here for the US version, and a listing of most series so far can be found here.

This series contains examples of:

  • Action Prologue:
    • The movie opens with Rachel and Kirsty saving Heather the Violet Fairy, then defending the rest of the Rainbow Fairies from Jack Frost.
    • Natalie the Christmas Stocking Fairy's book opens with a goblin running amok in Rachel's kitchen and escaping to the Ice Castle.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness:
    • King Oberon looks younger and slimmer in the movie than in the books, and his beard's less bushy.
    • Jack Frost also looks more handsome than in the books, to a lesser degree.
  • Adaptational Modesty: The goblins wear loincloths in the book, but shirts and pants in the movie.
  • Adaptational Name Change: In the German translations, the fairies have surnames.
  • Ageless Birthday Episode: Books with birthdays in them never reveal how old the birthday person is.
  • Agent Scully: Rachel in the movie, though it's prompted by girls' teasing.
  • All Is Well That Ends Well: Rachel and Kirsty have this to an extent. No matter how bad the things Jack Frost did are, when it's settled they're relieved and ready to have fun for the rest of the day.
  • Alliterative Title: Majority of fairies have jobs that start with the same letter of their name.
  • Alternate Continuity: Possibly. The movie ignores everything that happened after the first series except the girls' lockets, though whether not the movie fits into the book timeline or simply branches from it is unclear.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Several fairies have medium-brown skin and nothing to distinguish their race.
  • Animated Adaptation: A direct to DVD movie was made, though in the UK only.
  • Animesque: The movie has a strange, 80s variant of this. Justified as it was a Japanese co-production.
  • Anvil on Head: This is a Running Gag with Newton the goblin in the movie.
  • Art Evolution: The books' art has got cleaner over time, and much more detailed.
  • Artifact Title: Only the first seven books dealt with the rainbow, though the Rainbow Fairies occasionally appear in other books.
  • Artistic License – Physics: In Goldie the Sunshine Fairy's book, a troublemaking goblin uses the Sunshine Feather to make the sun so hot that the cornfields start turning into popcorn (which would normally require a temperature of 212 degrees, hot enough to boil water and cause heatstroke), yet the girls can still hold an overnight campout in their tents without roasting to death.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: The snowman army combines into a giant snowman in the movie.
  • Audience Participation: Readers voted on Mia the Bridesmaid Fairy and Juliet the Valentine Fairy's names.
  • Audience Surrogate: Rachel and Kirsty are clearly this, to the point that they get very little unique characterization.
  • Bad Boss: Jack Frost can't stand his goblins, especially when they mess up.
    • Taken Up to Eleven in the movie, where he fires his Terrible Trio even after they were useful to him, and disrespects his snowman army by saying they're mindless, easily replaceable weaklings.
  • Bad is Good and Good is Bad: The goblins have this mindset, treating the smell of pond scum as perfume and being terrified of puppies and other cute animals.
  • Bad Moon Rising: In Maisie the Moonbeam Fairy's book, the girls know something's up when the moon disappears. It turns out the goblins are using fairy dust to create their own moon to hang in the sky.
  • Badass Adorable: Rachel and Kirsty, and the fairies. They're very young, but they defeat Jack Frost every time he causes trouble.
  • Baleful Polymorph: In Sophie the Sapphire Fairy's book, some goblins get turned into goldfish.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Several fairies have outfits that do this.
  • Big Bad: Jack Frost is the main villain of the series and causes every single evil plot, and has goblin minions who assist his evil deeds.
  • Big Damn Heroes:
    • In Clara the Chocolate Fairy's book, Lizzie the Sweet Treats Fairy arrives to change the chocolate floor into toffee.
    • Doodle the rooster saves Rachel and Kirsty from Jack Frost at the end of the Weather Fairies series.
    • The Rainbow Fairies help get back Violet's magic paintbrush by messing with the colors of Jack Frost's paintings.
  • Big Eater: All of the goblins love food, and they're very greedy.
  • Big Good: King Oberon and Queen Titania are the main forces of good in Fairyland, and dispatch Rachel and Kirsty wherever they're needed.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: King Oberon has these.
  • Birthday Episode:
    • Belle the Birthday Fairy's book takes place on Rachel's mother's birthday. And Jack Frost's.
    • The Sweet/Sugar & Spice Fairies series takes place around Kirsty's birthday. The final book has Jack Frost declare it's his birthday every day.
  • Blow You Away: Wind-based fairies can do this.
  • Brainwashed: In the Fashion Fairies series, in Alexa's book everyone is brainwashed to like Ice Blue and only Ice Blue.
  • Briar Patching: In Gabriella's book, the girls beg not to be taken to Jack Frost when they really want to get information from him.
  • Bring Him to Me: Averted in Gabriella's book. When Rachel and Kirsty let themselves get captured, the goblins initially try to lock them in the dungeon rather than take then to Jack Frost. They have to trick their way into being taken to him.
  • The Bully: Lydia in the movie.
  • Butt-Monkey:
    • Rachel; whenever something bad happens to the girls it usually falls on her. She's been frozen solid and captured at least 10 times, much more often than Kirsty or the fairy of the book.
    • Both girls become this in Lindsay the Luck Fairy's book.
  • The Call Knows Where You Live: The girls are often told by Queen Titania that the magic will come to them.
  • Canon Foreigner: Alpha Bitch Lydia and her Girl Posse were created for the movie, as were the snowmen.
  • Captured on Purpose: Seen in Gabriella's book; the girls deliberately get captured so they can trick Jack Frost.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Jack Frost. He causes trouble just because he can, and loves seeing bad things happen to others.
  • Cats Are Magic: Trixie the Halloween Fairy and Lara the Black Cat Fairy have magic cats that help them out.
  • Characterization Marches On: Jack Frost was a Vile Villain, Saccharine Show in the first few series. This... didn't last.
  • Christmas Episode: Holiday-themed books; these are usually Special Editions.
    • Christmas itself is particularly popular, having at least seven fairies devoted to it.
  • Cliffhanger:
    • The Weather Fairy books ended with Doodle telling the girls something; the more books that went on the more he said.
    • Sophie the Sapphire Fairy's book ended with the fairies' flying magic beginning to fade.
  • Continuity Nod:
    • Sometimes fairies the girls have met before will show up in later books, and previous books' events are mentioned now and then, especially if the fairy of the book has a job related to existing fairies.
    • Jack Frost's disguise in the Superstar Fairies series is a rapper. He rapped in the movie. This could also be seen as a Call-Forward, as the movie chronologically takes place rather early, before his appearance as a rapper in the books.
  • Cool Old Lady: Mrs. Croft in Keira the Film Star Fairy's book, who gets the girls parts as extras in a movie.
  • Cultural Translation: Some of the UK titles and names were changed when imported to the US.
    • Destiny went from a pop star fairy to a rock star fairy, and Izzy the Indigo Fairy was renamed Inky.
    • The Twilight Fairies became the Night Fairies.
    • The Pop Star Fairies became the Superstar Fairies.
    • The Sweet Fairies became the Sugar & Spice fairies.
  • Cute Kitten: Kirsty has a kitten named Pearl, named after Pearl the Cloud Fairy.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Kirsty squees upon seeing a baby penguin hatch, and is distracted by it for about half a page.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: The Twilight/Night Fairies watch over nighttime and are very nice.
  • Darker and Edgier:
    • The movie is darker than all of the books. It calls Kirsty and Rachel's friendship into question, has a gang of bullies pick on the girls, and has Jack Frost aiming to conquer the world. Jack Frost acts much nastier than in the books, to the point of firing his loyal goblins and considering his army of snowmen to be weak and easily replaced.
    • Storm the Lightning Fairy's book has one of the most threatening goblins in the series, as he shot lightning at the girls with intent to harm them. It gets close enough to burn Rachel's coat and Kirsty can feel its heat on her face, and it leaves scorch marks on the floor.
    • Lucy the Diamond Fairy's book was a bit darker than others, as it dealt with the fairies' flying magic fading, causing them to lose their wings. It also had Jack Frost trying to impale the girls with icicles at one point.
    • Juliet the Valentine Fairy's book is more serious than others, as Rachel and Kirsty are compelled to argue for almost all of it, and it shows the consequences when items that make everyone loving are stolen.
    • Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy's book has the girls experiencing a heat wave thanks to Jack Frost. All of the animals and plants are thirsty, leaves and food won't grow, and the finale of the book has the Ice Castle in danger of completely melting and flooding all of Fairyland.
  • A Day in the Limelight: The Weather Fairies series begins with Kirsty on her own, and the series focuses on her hometown of Wetherbury.
  • Deranged Animation: Seen in Jack Frost's rap in the movie, which includes multiple copies of his head spinning around.
  • Deus ex Machina: In Danielle the Daisy Fairy's book, the girls are completely incapable of retrieving the flower petal and are saved by a girl who happened to see what was going on. A similar thing happens in Evelyn the Mermicorn Fairy's book, where both sides lose the green gemstone only for a mermaid to deliver it.
  • Disaster Dominoes: Happens to the villains in the movie's prologue.
  • Disguised in Drag:
    • One Princess Fairy book has a goblin dressed as a princess, with the narration calling him Princess Goblina.
    • Many other goblins dress as girls throughout the series, especially in the Fashion Fairies series.
  • Dismantled MacGuffin: Some of the items, such as the Ocean Fairies' conch shell.
  • Disney Villain Death: In Nina the Birthday Cake Fairy's book, Jack Frost takes a long fall from his candy tower and lands in a milkshake moat. Rachel and Kirsty have to save him.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: The very first series of books has Jack Frost capturing the fairies because he wasn't invited to a party—even after he was told he could stay and have fun once he showed up to crash it. He continues this trend for minor slights in many other series.
  • Distaff Counterpart: In Frances the Royal Family Fairy's book, Jack Frost creates a younger sister named Jilly Chilly. She looks exactly like him except with lipstick and eyelashes.
  • Divergent Character Evolution: The movie attempts to do this with Rachel and Kirsty, and to a lesser extent the Rainbow Fairies. Rachel is the more serious and socially-conscious of the two, while Kirsty is more carefree and positive.
  • Dynamic Entry: Jack Frost does this in the movie...which the goblins promptly ruin.
  • Dub Name Change: In the North American releases, some fairies have their names changed. Their occupation is changed too, sometimes.
    • In the translations into foreign languages (such as French, Welsh, Hungarian, Norwegian, etc.), every fairy has their name changed to a name more suitable for said culture.
  • Early Installment Weirdness:
    • The first series of books took a while to establish Kirsty and Rachel before sending them to Fairyland, the goblins were built up as major threats, they had to find the fairies themselves rather than magical items, and Jack Frost was captured at the end and nearly melted until the fairies relented. It was also very clearly meant to be a standalone series. The Weather Fairies series was only made due to its popularity.
    • Early books established Jack Frost as a fairy, while later books call him an Ice Lord.
  • Evil Brit: Jack Frost in the movie, as well as Lydia.
  • Evil Is Deathly Cold: Jack Frost's presence creates cold wherever he goes. In early books the goblins had this too.
  • Evil Is Petty: Some of Jack Frost's schemes are very petty, such as ruining all desserts or taking over the world of fashion.
  • Evil Mask: Inverted in Flora the Dress-up Fairy's book; the loss of her magic mask makes people act like their costumes at a masked ball.
  • Evil Twin: Inverted in Lila and Myla the Twins Fairies' book: when Jack Frost creates a twin, the result is a good-hearted kindly clone named Jimmy Thaw.
  • Expansion Pack: The U.S. version of the Fairytale Fairies series adds three extra fairies to round it out to seven.
  • Extruded Book Product: Seems obvious by now.
  • Fad Super: Later books introduced fairies based on popular trends, such as Evelyn the Mermicorn Fairy, Sasha the Slime Fairy, Jae the Boy Band Fairy, and Zainab the Squishy Toy Fairy.
  • Fairy Tale:
    • The Fairytale Fairies are in charge of making sure fairytale stories remain fun for all readers and fairytale characters are safe and sound in their books. The Storybook Fairies have a similar job.
    • To a lesser extent, Hannah the Happily-Ever-After Fairy.
  • Fake Band: The Angels, A-OK, Groove Gang, The Sparkle Girls, Me-2-U and Frosty and his Gobolicious Band.
  • Fashion-Victim Villain: In-universe with Jack Frost's Ice Blue clothing line, which are all odd, ugly, or hard to wear.
  • The Fashionista: Phoebe the Fashion Fairy, and the other Fashion Fairies who are her helpers.
  • Feud Episode: Juliet the Valentine Fairy's book is like this; Rachel and Kirsty are compelled to argue for almost all of it, only patching things up with the return of the magic candy box.
  • Flat Character: Very few fairies have distinct personalities.
  • Food Fight: Rachel and Kirsty start an ice cream food fight in Esme the Ice Cream Fairy's book to get back her magic charm.
  • Food Porn: Cakes and other food items are lavishly described and illustrated. This is especially evident in the Sweet/Sugar and Spice Fairies series.
  • Friend to All Children: Rachel and Kirsty are very kind to younger children, as is Bailey the Babysitter Fairy.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Many fairies that have to do with animals are friends to all of them, as are Rachel and Kirsty.
  • Fun-Hating Villain: Jack Frost spends much of his time trying to ensure the fairies and humans can't have fun.
  • Gamebooks: A few standalone books of this type were written.
  • The Generic Guy: Rachel and Kirsty don't have much personality. Return To Rainspell Island gives them the closest to Divergent Character Evolution they'll probably ever get. Even then, however, the main thing we learn about the two is that Rachel is serious and has more social awareness compared to the dreamy, carefree Kirsty,
  • Genki Girl: Addison the April Fool's Day Fairy is always bursting with excitement, and has to be reminded several times that she can't be spotted by other humans.
  • Glamour: In the Music Fairies series, Jack Frost used magic to hide the goblins' green skin.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Some special edition books don't have Jack Frost appear, though he still stole the objects in the backstory.
  • Green Aesop: The Green/Earth Fairies series is about ecology and protecting the environment. While the fairies can help in-story, it's up to humans to truly fix things. Rachel and Kirsty are discouraged at first because it's such a big job for two girls, but by telling others, who then tell others, they feel encouraged that the planet can be saved. It also shows the sad, scary consequences of hurting the environment, such as polluted beaches and rivers, smog, climate change, and the threat of rainforests and coral reefs disappearing.
  • Green Thumb: Plant and flower-themed fairies have this power.
  • Guile Hero:
    • Trixie the Halloween Fairy and Addison the April Fool's Day Fairy are fond of pranks and tricking people.
    • Rachel and Kirsty are adept at tricking and manipulating the goblins, and sometimes Jack Frost.
  • Harmless Freezing: The girls and fairies are sometimes frozen solid, but are always fine once thawed.
  • Harmless Villain: The goblins. Jack Frost himself also qualifies most of the time.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Rachel is blonde, and is one of the main heroes.
  • Heat Wave: Happens in Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy's book. Jack Frost wanted to skip fall and go from summer to winter, but instead he created an endless summer.
  • Heel–Face Turn: A goblin in Sophia the Snow Swan Fairy's book does this, and Lydia does this in the movie.
  • Heroic Dog: Rachel's dog Buttons has helped the girls at times.
  • The High Queen: Queen Titania is kindly, supportive, and rules Fairyland alongside King Oberon.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Jack Frost stealing the Princess Fairies' tiaras, particularly Eva the Enchanted Ball Fairy's, made his own ball a complete failure.
  • Hostage for MacGuffin: The goblins try this in Leona the Unicorn Fairy's book, but it turns out to be a bluff.
  • An Ice Person: Jack Frost, the goblins, and some of the fairies.
  • Impractical Musical Instrument Skills: Izzy/Inky the Indigo Fairy has this in the movie.
  • Improbable Weapon User: In Isabella the Air Fairy's book, a goblin weaponizes cans of air freshener to keep the girls at bay.
  • Incredible Shrinking Man: When the girls turn into fairies, they shrink in size.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Some of the goblins.
  • Insane Troll Logic: Jack Frost's reason for going after the Green/Earth Fairies was because he wanted goblins to be the only green thing around, not realizing that going green meant helping the environment.
  • Ironic Name: In the movie, the three dumb goblins are named Newton, Leonardo, and Edison.
  • It's All About Me: Jack Frost only cares about himself making it big, not his goblins.
  • It's Personal: Rachel takes it personally when Jack Frost threatens to ruin her mom's birthday party, and when he tries to ruin Kirsty's by stealing her cake.
  • Jumped at the Call: Rachel and Kirsty always agree to help the fairies immediately.
  • Kick the Dog:
    • Jack Frost sometimes kidnaps or threatens animals, which makes everyone very angry.
    • His speech on the snowman army in the movie, saying that they're mindless soldiers who can be indefinitely replaced. He also fires his goblins despite the fact that they were useful to him.
  • Kid Hero: Rachel and Kirsty are about the same age as the books' intended demographic.
  • The Lad-ette: Izzy/Inky the Indigo Fairy in the movie.
  • Lame Pun Reaction: The other fairies have this to Amber's puns in the movie.
  • Level Ate: Jack Frost's plan in the Sugar & Spice Fairies series is to build his own candy castle and ruin sweet treats forever.
  • Levitating Lotus Position: Heather the Violet Fairy does this in the movie.
  • Lighter and Softer: The First Reader books, being for a younger audience, are short slice of life tales that don't include Jack Frost.
  • Literally Shattered Lives: Rachel was once frozen in mid-air, and Kirsty worried that if she hit the ground she'd shatter into icy pieces.
  • Load-Bearing Boss: In the final Sugar and Spice Fairy book, the return of all seven charms makes Jack Frost's Candy Castle collapse and melt away.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: Listing all the different fairies would take quite a while.
  • Long Runner: Over 250 Rainbow Magic books have been published since 2003.
  • Loophole Abuse: The second series published, the Weather Fairies, has this. Jack Frost promised not to harm the Rainbow Fairies at the end of their series... so he harmed the Weather Fairies instead.
  • Loud of War: Done accidentally in Keira the Film Star Fairy's book; Jack Frost shouting orders through the magic megaphone made it impossible to get close to him until Keira summoned earplugs.
  • Mad Artist: Jack Frost becomes this in the Magical Craft Fairy series.
  • Mage in Manhattan: In The Fairytale Fairy series, characters from fairy tales such as Cinderella and Snow White get lost in the real world.
  • Magic A Is Magic A: Spells don't work unless they rhyme.
  • Magitek: There's a coding fairy, meaning that computer programs won't run without the help of fairy magic.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Jack Frost does this by accident with the magical megaphone in Keira the Film/Movie Star Fairy's book. The day is saved with earplugs for everyone, including the goblins.
  • Manchild: Jack Frost sleeps with a teddy bear, is scared of the dark, and on the whole is very petty and childish.
  • Masquerade: Rachel and Kirsty keep their experiences secret to prevent everyone from finding out about the fairies. They break this rule once with Rebecca Wilson, though she saw what was going on and keeps the secret as well.
  • Meaningful Name: A few of the fairies have these, such as Ruby the Red Fairy or Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy.
  • The Mentor: Queen Titania, and sometimes the Fairy Godmother, mentor the girls and help out when needed.
  • Monster Modesty: The goblins wear loincloths when not disguised, and full human outfits when in disguise. In the movie, they wear shirts and pants regularly.
  • Motor Mouth: Amber the Orange Fairy talks rapidly in the books.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: The movie has dramatic music set to a montage of the goblins putting together snowmen.
  • The Muse: The Magical Craft Fairies make and inspire art.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: In Matilda/Jennifer the Hairstylist Fairy's book, Rachel and Kirsty accidentally wreck a goblin's wig while trying to help Jennifer. Upon seeing his saddened reaction, they feel incredibly guilty and agree to restore it if he gives back the magic hairbrush.
  • Never Say "Die": Played straight for most of the series, but averted in the Green/Earth Fairies series, which deals with protecting the environment and say that animals and plants could get sick or die if not helped.
  • New Era Speech: Jack Frost gives one in the movie.
  • Nightmare Dreams: Sometimes Jack Frost's mischief causes Rachel and Kirsty to have these.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Jack Frost is this in-universe; when Rachel and Kirsty are telling scary stories, the scariest thing they can think of is Jack Frost.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed:
    • In the "Pop Star" Fairies, there are fairies named Adele (Adele), Jessie (Jessie J), Miley (Miley Cyrus), and Vanessa, Frankie, Rochelle and Una are all named after The Saturdays (Vanessa White, Frankie Sandford, Rochelle Wiseman, and Una Healy).
    • In the Fashion Fairies series, there is a dress designer called Ella McCauley, a reference to Stella McCartney.note Daughter of Sir Paul McCartney, fashion designer.
    • Ellie the Guitar Fairy has guitarists "Heddie van Whalen" (US version) and "Wiggy Isapop" (UK version).
    • The boy band Me-2-U seems to be loosely based on One Direction.
  • Non-Indicative Name: A downplayed example; Jae's official title is "the Boy Band fairy", and a boy band does appear in his book, but his appearance draws more influence from K-Pop than boy bands.
  • Nothing Can Stop Us Now!: Jack Frost says this in the movie right before his snowman army betrays him.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain:
    • Sometimes Jack Frost can be downright nasty, like freezing Rachel solid. Also, a lot of the things he does have very negative impacts on the human world. Alicia the Snow Queen Fairy's book brings back some of his old menace by having him try to rule the world, and use her enchanted mirror to charm young fairies into working for him.
    • In some books even the goblins can be this, like when they successfully prevented Kirsty from getting Sophie's sapphire.
  • Odd Job Gods: Every fairy. They range from colors to sports to candy to the days of the week to parties.
  • Odd Name Out: One of the Showtime Fairies, Darcy, is referred to as a Diva instead of a Fairy.
  • Once an Episode: Once per series (usually), the girls travel to Jack Frost's Ice Castle to retrieve an especially guarded item.
  • One-Gender Race: The goblins are all male, though a few books imply that females exist. Most fairies are also female, with King Oberon and Jae the Boy Band Fairy being the only notable male fairies.
  • One Steve Limit: Fairy names are never used twice, resulting in some names changing from region to region down the line.
  • Orcus on His Throne: Most of the time, Jack Frost is content to dispatch his goblins to retrieve or protect the artifacts. It's only when they fail at the tasks repeatedly that he goes to do something himself. This is played for drama in the movie, where the fact that he does this while the snowman army does all the work makes them turn on him.
  • Packed Hero: In Pearl the Cloud Fairy's book, a goblin falls into a candy wrapping machine and gets wrapped with a sheet of silver paper and a silver ribbon.
  • Painting the Frost on Windows: Many of the fairies do this.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: The girls, goblins, and Jack Frost have used these at some point.
  • Parental Bonus: Some of the characters' names are references to celebrities.
  • Pet the Dog: Jack Frost gets quite a few of these moments, as do his goblins.
  • Plot Coupon: Whatever trinkets Jack Frost stole.
  • Plot-Mandated Friendship Failure: If whatever Jack Frost stole is related to friendship, Rachel and Kirsty will argue. This is most prevalent in Juliet the Valentine Fairy's book.
  • Produce Pelting: In Ellie the Guitar Fairy's book, Rachel and Kirsty pelt goblins with rotten fruit to make them drop the magic guitar.
  • Pungeon Master: Amber the Orange Fairy in the movie.
  • Rainbow Motif: Seen with the Rainbow Fairies, as well as the series logo.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Jack Frost and his goblins like dancing, fashion, and pop stardom, among other things.
  • The Reveal: There are a couple relating to Jack Frost.
    • The last Night Fairy book reveals that he's afraid of the dark.
    • Belle the Birthday Fairy's book reveals his birthday is the same as Rachel's mom's.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: In Storm the Lightning Fairy's book, an extra-mean goblin with red eyes shoots lightning at the girls with the power of the Lightning Feather.
  • Retcon: In-universe. In the Storybook Fairies series, Jack Frost and the goblins are able to change fairy tale stories so the goblins were always there, and only Rachel and Kirsty remember otherwise.
  • RevengeSVP: Jack Frost does this all the time.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: The baby penguin in Pia's book.
  • Ripped from the Headlines: Several UK-only books are about current events in the monarchy.
  • Road Apples: In Leona the Unicorn Fairy's book, a goblin falls into a pile of horse manure at a stable.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something:
    • Queen Titania acts as a mentor to the girls, and her magic makes whatever Jack Frost stole appear close to Rachel and Kirsty.
    • King Oberon once used his crown to teleport Jack Frost to his throne room and prevent him from causing further mischief.
  • Royalty Superpower: The Princess Fairies are in charge of all fairy magic as well as their own.
  • Rule of Seven: The regular series have seven trinkets for seven fairies.
  • Rule of Three: The special books have three magic trinkets to find.
  • Running Gag: The goblins being terrified of pogwurzels, creatures goblin mothers warn naughty children about.
  • Save the Villain: Rachel and Kirsty have had to save the goblins from being hurt by their own stupidity many times.
  • Secret Keeper: Rachel and Kirsty are this for the fairies, as is oneshot character Rebecca Wilson.
  • Sequel Hook: The Weather Fairies series ended with the girls receiving the fairy lockets, which promised many adventures ahead.
  • Series Fauxnale: Many books were written this way due to the series' length.
  • Shock and Awe: In Storm the Lightning Fairy's book, an extra-mean goblin with red eyes shoots lightning at the girls with the power of the Lightning Feather. While it isn't as dangerous as real lightning, it's still very threatening, to the point that no one in the entire book is hit by it directly.
  • Shout-Out:
  • Shout-Out to Shakespeare: The fairy king and queen are named Oberon and Titania, from A Midsummer Night's Dream. The ball in the first series of books is the Midsummer Ball, as well.
  • Skepticism Failure: In the movie, Rachel decides it's time to stop believing in fairies despite having met them. The fairies then need their help.
  • Skintone Sclerae: All of the characters have these, but it's most prominent in the movie.
  • The Smart Guy: Saffron/Sunny the Yellow Fairy in the movie.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Inverted. King Oberon, Prince Arthur and Jae the Boy Band Fairy are the only known male fairies, though Jack Frost has been stated to be a fairy at times.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Many fairies can speak to animals.
  • Spiritual Successor: The series received two, written by the same 'author'.
    • The Magic Animal Friends series, which ran for 4 years. This series revolved around Jess and Lily, who enter the mysterious Friendship Forest and rescue animals from the wicked witch Grizelda, who sent different servants to cause trouble in each series.
    • The Unicorn Magic series, premiering in 2019. It follows Lucy and Aisha, who discover Unicorn Valley, which is ruled by the beautiful Queen Aurora and threatened by the Dark Unicorn Selena.
  • Storming the Castle: Rachel and Kirsty storm Jack Frost's castle often.
  • Strictly Formula: Nearly every series is the same aside from the themes.
    • Alexandra the Royal Baby Fairy's book modifies the formula slightly - it's not Alexandra's magic rattle which gets stolen, but the Royal Baby.
    • The Christmas specials are especially guilty offenders. This may be why some of them don't come over to the US.
  • Sugar Bowl: Fairyland is generally happy and peaceful whenever Jack Frost isn't causing trouble, as is the human world.
  • Supreme Chef: Food-based fairies are often excellent cooks.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Jack Frost often complains about this. It backfires on him in the movie, where he gets smarter henchmen...who betray him.
  • Tag Line: "Unlock the Magic Within!"
  • Take Over the World:
    • Jack Frost tries this in the movie, planning to conquer Fairyland and the human world. He occasionally has this goal in the books.
    • In the Fashion Fairies series, he tries to take over the fashion world with his Ice Blue clothing line.
  • Talking Animal: Bertram the frog footman, and Doodle the rooster.
  • Teacher's Pet: Steffi is this in Addison's book, though it's partially due to Jack Frost taking her sense of humor away.
  • Team Mom:
    • Queen Titania is this in the books.
    • Ruby the Red Fairy is this in the movie.
  • Tender Tears: Juliet the Valentine Fairy cries a lot in her book because of the havoc the misplaced objects are wreaking on love.
  • Terrible Trio: Leonardo, Newton, and Edison in the movie.
  • Throw It In!: Happens in-universe in Paige the Christmas Play Fairy's book. Jack Frost interfering with a performance of Cinderella forces the girls to improvise.
  • Time Stands Still: Time is stopped when the girls are in Fairyland.
  • Too Dumb to Live: The goblins, which the girls and fairies constantly use to their advantage. Rachel and Kirsty have had to save the goblins from being hurt by their own stupidity many times.
  • Transformation Trinket: The girls' lockets can take them to Fairyland, turning them into fairies in the process.
  • The Trickster: Addison the April Fool's Day Fairy.
  • Tuckerization: Daisy the Festival Fairy shares the name of the series' 'author.'
  • Turned Against Their Masters: Happens to Jack Frost in the movie. He creates a living snowman army and treats them as mindless, expendable soldiers, which makes then turn on him.
  • The Unmasqued World: This trope is why Fairyland must be kept a secret, and why the girls try to stop Jack Frost from doing anything big on Earth.
  • Vague Age: It's never stated how old Rachel and Kirsty are supposed to be. They could be anywhere from very young to middle school aged. Some books even suggest that they might be teenagers. And given how long the series has been going, it's not out of the possibility that all of the implied ages are true to some extent, and the girls have simply grown up over time. Given how many unique Christmas based stories there's been, it's not impossible.
  • Villain Ball: Jack Frost holds this in the first book of the Sweet/Sugar & Spice Fairies series. He has all of their charms around his neck, powering his candy castle... so he separates them on Earth for his goblins to guard. There is literally no reason for him to do this other than to separate the series into 7 books.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Jack Frost escapes this way in Joy's book.
  • Villainous Glutton: While most of the goblins aren't fat, they're very greedy when it comes to food. One of the conflicts in the Sugar and Spice series came from them eating Jack Frost's Candy Castle.
  • We Have Reserves: Jack Frost says this in the movie, saying his snowman army is composed of expendable weaklings that can be replaced infinitely in battle. Said army disagrees.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: In Danielle the Daisy Fairy's book Rachel and Kirsty get help from a human girl named Rebecca, who learns about the fairies and Jack Frost. She's never seen again.
  • Winds of Destiny, Change!: Lindsay the Luck Fairy has good luck powers.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: Rachel and Kirsty are mature for their ages, contrasting heavily with Jack Frost's childishness.
  • World-Healing Wave: Usually, as soon as the magic objects are recovered everything snaps back to normal in Fairyland and the human world.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Jack Frost has attacked Rachel and Kirsty many times with his ice bolts, once attempting to have icicles rain down on them.

Rainbow Magic: A FAIRY BALLET!!

Fuck it. I blew myself into the corridor, and slowly, slowing down at each door, began to stroll along the first floor. I dont know what I wanted to hear. If the cries for help and the sounds of a struggle, I would kick down the door along with the wall, but if oohs and oohs, then my wife is not. There.

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