Philomene Isolde has been lonely little girl since the death of her mother. More often than not her father, a hard working doctor, calls her “Little Miss Muffet.”
One day she is out in the garden playing make-believe. She aimlessly picked a dandelion and started to daydream about the times when she and her mother used to play “tell the time” when a voice beside her said “If you would be so good to tell me the right time.” Startled she dropped her “clock” and the little man in a vivid green suit picked it up and blew on it. “Five ‘o Clock” he said. Then out of his waistcoat pocket he took a key, which he fitted into the key-hole in the wall. A little stone door swung outwards in the wall, and the mannikin hesitated upon the threshold. “All things considered,” he remarked slowly, “and especially the green ribbons, I think I may do myself the pleasure of asking you to step in.”
……and so begins the adventures of Philomene in Fairyland. A place where she meets Sweet William, Master Mustardseed, Mermaids and Mermen, the Twin-Sisters and Queen Mab the cat.
But what are all her adventures and experiences for? Well, you’ll have to download this story and find out for yourself. Or, if you’re too young to read, you’ll have to ask your mother or father to download it and read it to you at bedtime.
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