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Won't make you a Pro, but a great help. Good price for this book too. A nice reference to replace my outdated version from the 70's. As other reviewers have stated, the binding leaves a lot to be desired, otherwise it would have been 5 stars. I've learned quite a lot about grading since buying this book.
I use it quite a bit and am still learning. Well worth the price. See all 61 reviews. See all customer images. Most recent customer reviews. Published 2 months ago.
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Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. East Dane Designer Men's Fashion. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. She is an dark-skinned light talent fairy and is the first to voice discomfort about Tinker Bell not wanting to accept her job as a tinker. In an early interview with Raven-Symoné for the original Tinker Bell film, she noted that the role of Iridessa was given to her when she was eighteen.
She also noted that when she first approached the character, she gave the character a very high-pitched stereotypical fairy voice. The filmmakers suggested that she simply use her natural voice, which gave the light fairy a more realistic outlook. She has the mop of hair since the talent fairy. Iridessa is one of the most talented fairies, not only as a light fairy, but a fairy overall.
She is unmatched at what she does as a fairy and takes great pride in it. Being a very bright and shining girl full of perk and energy, her profession as light fairy fits her perfectly. Iridessa is a detail-oriented perfectionist. She finds joy in things that go her way and hates it when even one thing is out of place. Iridessa constantly strives to maintain perfection and balance around Pixie Hollow, believing that her way is the best and only way to go about it.
Iridessa is very persistent and determined in achieving one of her goals. She shows amazing vitality in the face of any obstacle, no matter how painstaking for her it is. Iridessa never lets herself falter, and will eventually be successful in the end. Iridessa can also be a bit of worrywart, preferring to stay out of trouble and take few risks in order to stay safe. Iridessa can automatically tell the dangers of a situation, which can make her very cautious about her surroundings.
Her friends often mistake this a paranoia, so they don't often take her advice, even Iridessa knows what's best. Even when Iridessa tries to see the bright side of things, she can still be somewhat worrisome towards any possible negative outcome. It can take some convincing to get her to go along with a risky or dangerous plan a stubbornness that Tink certainly has too. Nevertheless, Iridessa can always remain optimistic, even in times of worry and peril.
Even though she is usually the most cautious out of her friends, she can still shine even brighter than any fairy around, in order to keep the peace in her circle of friendship. Iridessa is first seen at Tinker Bell's arrival, alongside her friends and other light-talent fairies.
They quickly befriend the newcomer Tinker Bell upon her first full day in Pixie Hollow. One day, however, while getting their supply of pixie dust, Iridessa, Rosetta, Silvermist and Fawn are greeted by an excitable Tink who tells her friends that she plans on changing her talent, so she can be able to travel to the mainland alongside them.
Like the rest of her friends, Iridessa is hesitant to follow through with such an idea and is actually the last of Tink's friends to accept the idea. After training to become a water-talent fairy ends in failure, Tink attempts to become a light fairy.
Iridessa attempted to teach her how to catch light and bestow upon lightning bugs. Like the water fairy training, the light talent training ends in disaster. After more failed attempts with Rosetta and Fawn, Tinker Bell finds a lost music box and begins to repair it.
Unbeknown to her, Iridessa and the others were witnessing the event silently and are proud to see Tinker Bell putting her talent to good use. Later on, Pixie Hollow is preparing to go off to the mainland to change the seasons, but the preparations are destroyed by a stampede of sprinting thistles. The damage is so great that Queen Clarion is forced to call off the trip to the mainland.
Tink puts her talent to good use once more and creates an array of inventions capable of restoring the preparations within a few hours. In the finale, Iridessa and the others are able to go to the mainland on schedule, with Tink tagging along to return the music box.
In the sequel, Iridessa is first seen at the opening, carrying on with her normal duties of changing the seasons on the mainland. Later on, she is seen with Silvermist at Fairy Tale Theater and was apparently spooked by the story that was just told. The next day, Iridessa is taking a flight with Silvermist and Rosetta when Tinker Bell approaches them and asks for extra pixie dust. The reason why is unknown to Iridessa and the others, but they have to deny her request as they need all the pixie dust they can use for their trips to the mainland.
Later on, Iridessa is seen making preparations for the blue harvest moon festival. In the end, she is seen with her friends, celebrating Tink's successful duty to bestow blue pixie dust upon Pixie Hollow. In this film, Iridessa and the other fairies attend a summer camp. When Tinker Bell is captured by the human girl named Lizzy, she joins her friends on their quest to rescue her. At one point, Vidia gets trapped in mud and while Iridessa and the others are trying to pull her out, an oncoming vehicle comes right into their patch, threatening to crush them.