- When Thimbletack first starts messing with the kids in the first book, he never directly hurts Jared. Now, this could partially be explained by the face that Jared was the only one who didn't help destroy his house, but there's also the fact that he knows that if something happens to Jared, Mallory and his mom would stop being mad at him. So it makes more trouble if he leaves at least one person alone, and who better than the guy who already gets in trouble?
- Jared wearing red could just be distinguishing him as the hero of the story, but in the field guide, Arthur writes that red is a good defensive color that keeps faeries away, while green draws them towards you.
Fridge / The Spiderwick Chronicles