Wednesday, March 18, 2015
By David Bouchard
This is a one-of-a-kind fairy. No gauzy dresses or flowing tresses for her. No delicate wand with a sparkly tip. She rides a Harley and brandishes a wand of leather. Her hair flies behind her in long braids. Her job is to look after the magical need of the children on the street. And no child needs to worry when she is around!
Jethro Byrd Fairy Child
By Bob Graham
Annabelle finds a family of fairies in the cement and weeds, and they sing and dance for her when she gives them tea.
Sylva and the Fairy Ball
By Margaret McNamera
Sylva Bell is not old enough to attend the Fairy Ball with her sisters Clara, Rosy, and Golden, but when a horde of trolls crashes the ball, Sylva bravely comes to the rescue.
The Hunter’s Moon
By O.R. Melling
Two teenage cousins, one Irish, the other from the United States, set out to find a magic doorway to the Faraway Country, where humans must bow to the little people.
The Tiptoe Guide to Tracking Fairies
By Ammi Joan Paquette
This book takes the reader on a journey to look for signs of fairies living nearby, from hiding places in tulips to a lookout post in a tree.
Forest Fairy Crafts
By Lenka Vodicka-Paredes
Design your own fairies and accessories while learning to sew.