Fairy Alison and the Chipmunks Alison happy little girl liked to ride bike and play outside watched animals in her yard squirrels, birds, bunnies, deer and chipmunks Alison’s Grandmother came for a visit in spring from far away brought a special gift for Alison told Alison when she wore it close to her heart it would be magical Alison loved the gift and wore it always
Fairy Alison and the Chipmunks Alison met the Chipmunks sunny day out in the yard heard little voices talking about a problem “Is that girl looking at us?” Alison talked to the chipmunks about their problem (where should they live? Near the busy street? By the quiet forest?) she heard both sides of their problem and thought about it
Fairy Alison and the Chipmunks Alison’s Great Idea part of the family could live on the busy side of the yard part of the family could live on the relaxing side of the yard they could all meet in the middle of the yard in the garden every weekend to talk about their week chipmunks loved the idea and thanked Alison “You are a magical girl with great ideas”
Fairy Alison and the Chipmunks Alison’s Happy Ending watched the chipmunks scurry off into their new homes saw them come to the garden to talk and play together each week when she watched them she thought of her grandmother who had given her the magical gift Alison still wears her locket close to her heart everyday
Sources: Pecos Bill by Steven Kellogg inspired the idea of “finding the right place to live” in the story “Fairy Alison and the Chipmunks”. If you liked the idea of this story, you can read the whole thing in Word on my wiki page.