“This is the Tale of Two Bright-Eyed Sprites.
One was Naughty. One was Nice.“
An original poem written by Caroline Dobson for The Fairy Nice Trading Company.
About the Tale of Two Bright-Eyed Sprites
This sweet poem features in our Christmas adventures. It is a sweet Christmas fairytale that shows little ones how they can make their way onto the Nice List, even if they’ve been just a little bit Naughty.
When we created our new Secret Fairy Circle, we decided to offer our original poems and fairytales in downloadable form so that parents and carers could share the stories with their little ones at bedtime without the need of a screen.
If you want to use this story as a cautionary tale to help you keep your children on the Nice List, we recommend that you follow up with the printable Naughty & Nice Certificates that you’ll find in the Secret Fairy Circle.
What you receive
This is a downloadable product, so you will find a link in your order confirmation to click that will reveal a pdf of the tale for you to print out at home.
You will be able to access your link for up to 10 days after your purchase, and you will be able to download your story up to 3 times. If you have any problems at all simply email [email protected]
No printer? No problem
Now, if you are unable to print your poem out at home, don’t worry. Simply add “Print my Printables” above and request “The Tale of Two Bright-Eyed Sprites” in the requirements box. We’ll print two copies of the story for you onto high quality A4 paper.
Could you get this download for FREE?
Those Fairy friends that have achieved Fairy Godmother status in our Secret Fairy Circle, are able to download this poem for FREE by using their magic code.
If you cannot find your magic code, please email [email protected]
One last thing …
This is an original story by Caroline Dobson for The Fairy Nice Trading Company. It is therefore copyrighted and any unauthorised copying, sharing or distribution of this work will make us all very sad and may have legal ramifications. So we ask that you be a good Fairy friend and enjoy the story only with your nearest and dearest.