Aggie Lichen faces the same dilemmas as any other thirteen year old. But while other teenagers are doing their homework or watching T.V., Aggie flits from house to house in search of prize pilps. That’s where Aggie is a little different. You see, Aggie Lichen is a pilp collector - a tooth fairy!
One nightsgritch - a tooth collecting evening – Aggie is attacked by a bright, mysterious light. Is is a low flying glow-worm or something more sinister? Unknown to them, Aggie and her gang have just thirty days to save their kind, but time is not on their side … neither are the sprites or the Grublins.
Heroes and heroines appear in many disguises. Some wear capes, others have masks but rarely do they have their very own wings!
Six months after saving Pilpsville from the evil Arty Granger, Aggie Lichen hopes for nothing more than a good night’s sleep and a shiny gold medal. But after her younger sister disappears, the medal still seems a long way off as Aggie and the gang are forced to face their old enemies, the sprites and the Grublins.
And word has it that Gertie Cruet’s not too pleased either …
With sprites and Grublins now roaming the streets causing chaos, someone needs to restore calm and return Pilpsville to its former glory. But with most of the town’s inhabitants turned into ridiculous Grublin-fairies by the evil Arty Granger’s potions, the task seems virtually impossible. A hero is required, but where can one be found?
In a glass jar, captured by humans lies a Grublin-fairy. Stripped of its memories, it knows nothing of its former life, friends or family. Yet this pathetic creature has a vital role to play.