|World||The Land Of Stories|
|Title(s)||Member of the Fairy Council|
|Also known as||The Red Fairy|
|Age||In A Tale Of Magic she is said to be around six.|
|Family Members||The sorceress (aunt)|
|Affiliation||Fairy Council, Happily Ever After Assembly formerly, Happily Forever After Assembly|
|Land of Stories|
|First Appearance||The Wishing Spell ch 12|
|Appeared in Book(s)||The Wishing Spell, The Enchantress Returns, A Grimm Warning, Beyond the Kingdoms, Worlds Collide, A Tale of Magic...|
Rosette is an original character from The Land of Stories series. She first appears in The Wishing Spell, ch 12.
Appearance and Personality
Rosette is the Red Fairy, and the oldest on the council. She is small and podgy with very pink cheeks. She is dressed in red.
1. The Wishing Spell
2. The Enchantress Returns
The Fairy Council is shown as at a complete loss in the face of Ezmia's power. They refuse to give in when Ezmia comes to taunt them, but are unable to stand up to Ezmia's powers and are captured. They are saved by Alex and Conner. At the end of the book, the Fairy Council agree with the Fairy Godmother to close the gateway between the two worlds.
3. A Grimm Warning
Rosette is part of Alex' inauguration to the Fairy Council. Together with Emerelda, Coral and Violetta, she disguises as poor villagers and acts very ungrateful when Alex granted their wishes to test her grace. She fights alongside the other fairies in the battle against the Grande Armée.
4. Beyond the Kingdoms
The Council accuses Alex of neglecting her Fairy Godmother duties and spending too much time trying to find the Masked Man. They give her an ultimatum, which she refuses, and they "ungodmother" her. When the Masked Man and his army arrives in the Land of Stories, the Fairy Palace is destroyed and the members of the Fairy Council are turned to stone.
5. Worlds Collide
Rosette is back to normal due to Medusa’s tears. She helps fight the witches.
6. A Tale of Magic
Rosette is mentioned briefly when she meets Brystal and her friends after they accidentally fall into a canyon.
"Even this rose has her thorns."
- TLOS I, ch 12, p. 270
- TLOS III, ch 8, p. 152
- TLOS IV, ch 30, p. 416