In addition to the fictional fairy character created by J. Barrie , the franchise introduces many new characters, and expands substantially upon the limited information the author gave about the fairies and their home of Never Land. The characters are referred to within stories as "Never Land fairies. In Barrie's novel The Little White Bird , in which he introduced the mythos of Peter Pan and the fairies, he wrote, "When the first baby laughed for the first time, his laugh broke into a million pieces, and they all went skipping about. That was the beginning of fairies.
The fairies generally reside in the Home Tree, a towering, massive tree located in the very heart of Pixie Hollow in Never Land. Various groups of fairies work and live nearby as well. Most of the fairy characters are young and female, but older, taller, and male fairy characters are also included. The males are sometimes referred to as "sparrow men," though the term "fairies" is used to refer to both female and male fairy characters.
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This roll out will included nine titles, including leveled readers, storybooks, a Passport to Reading title, a sticker book, and a board book. Brown planned on introduction a new character, Croc, in the board book to allow the line appeal to younger readers, including some boys. Five of the books tie into the home video release of The Pirate Fairy.
Prilla, who is a brand-new fairy, born of a baby's laugh, arrives in Never Land and discovers that she has no talent for any of the fairy avocations. Mother Dove is thrown off her nest, and her precious egg, which holds all the secrets of Never Land, is shattered. Immediately, all those who live in Never Land begin to age. The island's only hope is for some brave fairies to take the egg pieces to Kyto the dragon and ask him to restore it with his fiery breath.
The book was followed in by a sequel, entitled Fairy Haven and the Quest for the Wand. Another sequel, Fairies and the Quest for Never Land , was released in In the Year of a Million Dreams celebration, book stores released a form submitting a fairy character. Random House has published a series of chapter books starting soon after the release of the first novel  under the banner "Tales of Pixie Hollow.
The magazine's content is centered on Tinker Bell, and her fairy friends from the Pixie Hollow. Each issue features a collectable pull-out story, games, puzzles, posters and colouring pages.
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In addition to the published work, The Walt Disney Company provides support for Disney Fairies across all business units. The campaign includes the Disney Fairies Website , where visitors can explore and discover information about Disney Fairies.
The website allows users to learn about the fairies, create a fairy, visit Pixie Hollow, and explore related merchandise. Disney Consumer Products have also produced a line of dolls and role play assortments. The first Disney Fairies products were a series of inch dolls, which were a Disney Store exclusive in January Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg was the inspiration for the line of toys.
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A series of ten postage stamps were issued by Japan Post in Each stamp has a face value of 80 JPY, and they were distributed in a hardcover case, including some information about the Fairies. The stamps could be ordered at some post offices in Japan, and were for domestic addresses. A long-running series of 3D computer-animated films featuring Tinker Bell had been released from until At these Pixie Hollow locations, guests have the opportunity to meet and greet Tinker Bell and her fairy friends, Silvermist, Rosetta, Iridessa, Fawn, Terence and Vidia, and her twin sister Periwinkle, from the franchise, as well as dine with them.
The Magic Kingdom location closed in February as part of the ongoing Fantasyland expansion. A larger Pixie Hollow area was included in the original plans for the expansion, but they have since been abandoned. However in , it was closed, and Tinker Bell has moved to Town Square Theater where she can greet guests alone. The website was based partly on the Disney fairy books written by Gail Carson Levine.
Free-members could create a female Fairy or male Sparrow Man avatar who each came with a small selection of furnishings to decorate a virtual room. Players were able to interact with others and have access to both 'speed' chat with pre-selected phrases and full chat where they are able to type their own messages. They could also play various "Talent Games," or fairy themed mini-games, found in the various meadows and forests of Pixie Hollow.
The game used organic materials as a virtual currency for players to shop. Players could also play games and visit places to earn badges that they could see in their "leaf journal," which also served as a handbook and inventory.
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Players could purchase a monthly, semi-annual or annual membership. The membership included: Clothing, furniture, access to the ballroom, and a hair salon with spa.
You could also purchase Pixie Diamonds. Members were granted an allowance of Pixie Diamonds once a month.
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People who were not members were able to buy clothing, but they had to use Pixie Diamonds. Members  In January , "Pixie Diamonds" were introduced, an in-game currency that could be purchased with real-world money and used to buy or upgrade items without an active membership. Though the website was geared towards young girls, on April 22, , the game introduced a male character named Slate; he was referred to as a "sparrow man" rather than a male fairy. Upon her arrival to Neverland, she is dismayed to discover she has no talent for any of the fairy avocations.
Tinker Bell a pots-and-pans-talent fairy takes Prilla to see Mother Dove, whose single blue egg holds the secret of the island's eternal youth. But before the wise bird can advise Prilla, Neverland is shaken by a terrible hurricane. Mother Dove is thrown off her nest, and the precious egg is shattered.
Immediately, Neverland folk begin to age. The island's only hope is for some brave fairies to take the egg pieces to Kyto the dragon and ask him to restore it with his fiery breath. But first, the fairies must collect treasures with which to bribe the evil dragon.