The Good Fairies of New York - Chapters 6-9 Summary & Analysis

Martin Millar
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Chapters 6-9 Summary

In chapter 6, Heather attempts to teach Dinnie how to play the violin in order to save her pride by proving to Morag that any MacKintosh can play the violin well. Dinnie is resistant at first, but eventually relents. Dinnie is not a quick learner and Heather becomes frustrated. Heather leaves and runs into Magenta. Magenta can see Heather, but believes her to be part of her enemy's army. In Cornwall, Aelric, the leader of the rebels who are fighting to have Petal and Tulip placed on the throne, is in a human library studying books about military strategy. In chapter 7, Morag and Kerry go to Chinatown in search of a flower for Kerry's Celtic Alphabet. While there, Kerry shoplifts a mirror that the store owner refused to sell to her. Morag sees some lobsters in a tank and is saddened by...

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