Where do fairies get their magical fairy dust? After leaving the mushroom patch without permission, two mischievous fairies find themselves in more trouble than they can handle. Boris, with a broken ankle and a bent wing, is unable to walk or fly, and Lilly must devise a plan to escort him safely back to the mushroom patch. As with all actions, there are consequences! Lilly and Boris have broken colony rules and wasted precious fairy dust. Sentenced to work in the dust factory, the two learn a valuable lesson about the production of fairy dust, but can they survive the foreman?


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3 reviews for Mischief in the Mushroom Patch

  1. M. M. Bishop Award-winning author and poet

    In this delightful story of the adventures of Lily, Boris and Jack, we view the world as only the young or young at heart can do. Amanda M. Thrasher captures the true innocence and sweetness one would imagine of fairies in her depiction of the lives and work of both the youngest and elder fairies in this book. In a world where our children are sheltered from learning responsibility for their actions and forget how good it feels to be nice, Amanda M. Thrasher gives us back those qualities. I highly recommend this book for children of all ages and those adults that just want to recapture that innocence lost in our hectic and stressful lives. Whether you read it alone or to your children it is a book to be enjoyed again and again.
    Highly Recommended

  2. Debbie

    This is a wonderful book! What a great book for all ages. My grand kids loved this book as well as my 4-H club. We just came home from 4-H fair. Each evening at fair, I read a chapter of this book to our kids. It was so much fun. We can’t wait to see what Boris, Lilly and Jack are up to in the next book.

  3. J. C. Powelson

    A charming and whimsical tale about fairies and their mushroom patch home,”Mischief in the Mushroom Patch” will spark the imaginations of young readers. The story opens with two young fairies, Lilly and Boris, breaking Mushroom Colony rules, and both of them land in serious trouble. After their rescue, Lilly and Boris are in more trouble for disobeying rules and are punished by Mushroom Colony elders. Their punishment includes working in the fairy dust factory for a few days. As the two fairies try to learn the ropes of their important jobs, they work together, and their strong friendship is evident.

    Though mischievous, Lilly and Boris are good hearted, and their punishment turns into a wonderful learning experience. This delightful book is not only fun to read, but it is a story that teaches the value of friendship, responsibility, and learning from our mistakes. My daughter, who is enchanted by magical books, loved this book and is excited about reading the second book in Ms. Thrasher’s series, “A Fairy Match in the Mushroom Patch”.

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