Fairy Oak-Jim Burium: The Young Inventor. Jim is not a citizen of Fairy Oak. He is a Nonmagical from Arandiston, a mysterious, faraway place, three houses and a beach, the ocean in front and the mountains behind. He arrives in Fairy Oak during a journey made to discover the world, as he says. In reality, he has another reason. In Fairy Oak he falls head over heels in love with Vanilla Periwinkle, who returns his feelings. But the boy must set off again…

Fairy Oak-Jim Burium: The Young Inventor. Jim is not a citizen of Fairy Oak. He is a Nonmagical from Arandiston, a mysterious, faraway place, three houses and a beach, the ocean in front and the mountains behind. He arrives in Fairy Oak during a journey made to discover the world, as he says. In reality, he has another reason. In Fairy Oak he falls head over heels in love with Vanilla Periwinkle, who returns his feelings. But the boy must set off again…

The Children of Fairy Oak. Together, they are stronger and more efficient than the adults and it’s fantastic to “see” themacting in unison to solve a member’s problems.

The Children of Fairy Oak. Together, they are stronger and more efficient than the adults and it’s fantastic to “see” themacting in unison to solve a member’s problems.

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