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Fairy Oak-Grisam, Vanilla and Lavender

Fairy Oak-Grisam, Vanilla and Lavender

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Pervinca.  Strega del Buio

Pervinca. Strega del Buio

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Fairy Oak-Vanilla's and Lavender's Wardrobe

Fairy Oak-Vanilla's and Lavender's Wardrobe

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Vaniglia. Strega della Luce.

Vaniglia. Strega della Luce.

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Fairy Oak-Lilac Tomelilla: The Guide. She is the “Merlin”, the “Gandalf” of the story, the wise and expert guide, the upright and sage teacher, a reassuring presence and a good example. Her true name is Lillà of the Ways.

Fairy Oak-Lilac Tomelilla: The Guide. She is the “Merlin”, the “Gandalf” of the story, the wise and expert guide, the upright and sage teacher, a reassuring presence and a good example. Her true name is Lillà of the Ways.

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Fairy Oak-Telli: She's is the young fairy who tells the story. A magical creature, a foreigner and different, her role is to give us an impartial description of the village of Fairy Oak and what happens there.  Hers is the responsibility and the honour of protecting the principal characters of the story, the twins Heather and Lavender, living symbols of the delicate balance that ensures harmony and serenity in their world. Telli tells us their story and that of their village.

Fairy Oak-Telli: She's is the young fairy who tells the story. A magical creature, a foreigner and different, her role is to give us an impartial description of the village of Fairy Oak and what happens there. Hers is the responsibility and the honour of protecting the principal characters of the story, the twins Heather and Lavender, living symbols of the delicate balance that ensures harmony and serenity in their world. Telli tells us their story and that of their village.

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Lala tomelilla

Lala tomelilla

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Fairy Oak-​Captain William E. Talbot: Talbot is a gentleman and the best fisherman in the village. In the village they consider him a visionary, because he says he was once the captain of a royal ship who had hunted pirates all over the seven seas. The children make good-natured fun of him for this and he pretends to get angry.  The smallest children are a bit scared of him, because he’s a mountain of a man with a bushy beard, white with salt, an enormous toothless mouth and voice like a…

Fairy Oak-​Captain William E. Talbot: Talbot is a gentleman and the best fisherman in the village. In the village they consider him a visionary, because he says he was once the captain of a royal ship who had hunted pirates all over the seven seas. The children make good-natured fun of him for this and he pretends to get angry. The smallest children are a bit scared of him, because he’s a mountain of a man with a bushy beard, white with salt, an enormous toothless mouth and voice like a…

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Fairy Oak-Duff  Burdock: Duff is Grisam’s uncle, the one who handed down the power of darkness to his nephew.  He is a fine person, a wise and powerful Wizard of the Dark, held in high esteem and respected by all in the village. Duff is an expert in botany and herbalism. He tends the scented garden behind the family business, Ye Olde Sweet Shop. Duff Burdock is a close friend of Cicero Periwinkle and is a glutton for Cicero’s crepes.

Fairy Oak-Duff Burdock: Duff is Grisam’s uncle, the one who handed down the power of darkness to his nephew. He is a fine person, a wise and powerful Wizard of the Dark, held in high esteem and respected by all in the village. Duff is an expert in botany and herbalism. He tends the scented garden behind the family business, Ye Olde Sweet Shop. Duff Burdock is a close friend of Cicero Periwinkle and is a glutton for Cicero’s crepes.

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The Citizens of Fairy Oak: Some of them are Magicals, or rather, it would be more correct to say that some are Nonmagicals, since the community of Witches and Wizards is older and more numerous than that of the Nonmagicals, even though it isn’t always the most eccentric one.

The Citizens of Fairy Oak: Some of them are Magicals, or rather, it would be more correct to say that some are Nonmagicals, since the community of Witches and Wizards is older and more numerous than that of the Nonmagicals, even though it isn’t always the most eccentric one.