The Good Fairies of New York - Chapters 10-12 Summary & Analysis

Martin Millar
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Chapters 10-12 Summary

In chapter 10, Kerry and Morag have no luck in their search for the poppy while Heather and Dinnie fight over Dinnie's unwillingness to practice on his fiddle. Kerry has become convinced that Cal stole her flower to sabotage her Celtic Alphabet. To cheer her up, Morag tells Kerry about the MacPherson Fiddle, a violin created by a fairy for a human that could magically become large or small. This fiddle belonged to James MacPherson the robber. When the robber was caught and hung, it is believed he destroyed the fiddle so that it would never fall into the wrong hands. Heather, reminded of this famous fiddle while listening outside Kerry's window, realizes that Dinnie's violin is this famous fiddle, explaining why the violin sounds beautiful even with Dinnie's terrible playing. Heather convinces Dinnie to give her the violin in exchange for...

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