Some articles on fairies:

List Of Concepts In Artemis Fowl - Fairy Concepts - Mud People
... 'Mud Maid,' 'Mud Boy,' 'Mud Girl' and 'Mud Kid' are generalizations used by fairies to address humans ... This term also conveys fairies' dislike and even contempt towards the human race because of their pollution and the fact that humans forced fairies underground (partly because ...
Louis Durra - Discography
... composer Miriam Cutler 2008—Chinese Leftovers— Sugarplum Fairies 2008—One Day— Logan Heftel 2007 -- "Play It Cool" Cast Album -- Mark Winkler ...
Sugarplum Fairies
... Sugarplum Fairies are a dream pop duo based in Los Angeles who mix hushed, melancholic female vocals with European guitar pop and Americana folksiness ... The Sugarplum Fairies draw influence from French cultural icons such as Françoise Hardy, Anna Karina, and Jean-Luc Godard, as well as the Velvet Underground, John Lennon, and Lee Hazlewood ... The Sugarplum Fairies debuted in 1999 with Flake, released by Starfish Records ...
List Of Beings Referred To As Fairies
... This is a list of beings referred to as fairies that are not so called in their native folklore ... Cajun Fairies (The Feufollet in French) are an American legend that emerged along the bayou as early as the 1920s with a light (a ball of fire) that shot out ... The lights were known as fairies, spirits and sometimes the ghosts of loved ones ...
The Rainbow Fairies
... The Rainbow Fairies are a series of fairies that organize the colour in Fairyland, in the fictional children's books Rainbow Magic by Daisy Meadows ...

Famous quotes containing the word fairies:

    Slowly ... the truth is dawning upon women, and still more slowly upon men, that woman is no stepchild of nature, no Cinderella of fate to be dowered only by fairies and the Prince; but that for her and in her, as truly as for and in man, life has wrought its great experiences, its master attainments, its supreme human revelations of the stuff of which worlds are made.
    Anna Garlin Spencer (1851–1931)

    As I went forth early on a still and frosty morning, the trees looked like airy creatures of darkness caught napping; on this side huddled together, with their gray hairs streaming, in a secluded valley which the sun had not penetrated; on that, hurrying off in Indian file along some watercourse, while the shrubs and grasses, like elves and fairies of the night, sought to hide their diminished heads in the snow.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)