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Gemma the Gymnastics Fairy

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Race Fairy
Gender ♀ Female
Series Sporty Fairies
Magical Item(s) / Animal(s) Blue hoop
Symbol(s) Yellow bows


Gemma the Gymnastics Fairy is the seventh and last fairy in the Sporty Fairies series. 

Fairy Profile from the Official RM Facebook Page

Gemma's Magic Hoop helps keep the Fairy Olympics on track. It shimmers with blue sparkles. Her magic wand sends out a glittery trail of magical yellow fairy dust. Gemma realizes that it's easy to get discouraged when it seems you're not improving at your chosen sport. She says sometimes improvement comes in tiny steps, but if we keep at it those tiny steps will lead to a triple back somersault with a three quarter twist and a perfect landing!

Appearance  

Gemma has light brown hair in a bun, tied with a yellow ribbon. She wears a light blue leotard, yellow leggings and a yellow bow-shaped pendant. Her wings are pointy and yellow tinted.

Symbol: Yellow bows.

Magic Object/Job:

Job: Making sure the gymnastics events at the Fairyland Olympics go smoothly.

Magic Object: A sparkly, blue hoop. 

Trivia

  • Her French name is Gisèle.

Etymology

Gemma is named after a friend of the book's author, Sue Mongredien. In the Special Thanks section, the book is dedicated to "Gemma Poole".

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Sport
Characters
Main: Kirsty Tate ~ Rachel Walker

Sporty Fairies: Helena the Horseriding Fairy ~ Francesca the Football Fairy ~ Zoe the Skating Fairy ~ Naomi the Netball Fairy ~ Samantha the Swimming Fairy ~ Alice the Tennis Fairy ~ Gemma the Gymnastics Fairy
Fairyland: King Oberon ~ Queen Titania ~ Jack Frost ~ Goblins
Human world: Mr Walker ~ Mrs Walker ~ Abbie ~ Vivian
Others:

Locations
Human world: Tippington Town
Sportymap

Fairyland: Fairyland Palace ~ Ice Castle

Authors
Narinder Dhami ~ Sue Mongredien