Hither and Nigh is a fresh and refreshing revamp of the classic “stolen by fairies” plotline, with rich settings, complex characters, and a rollercoaster pace.
THE MOOSE FAIRY by Steve Smallman is a heart-warming story about being different, and accepting your true self. Everyone in the forest gets a happy ending.
In The Museum of Lost Teeth, Friedland and Jose have provided a punny and engaging book for kids and the grown-ups who read to them.
With Bond-style technology, fairy magic, mythical creatures, espionage, crime, Colfer’s The Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is funny, exciting, and original.
The Toothfairy of Difflewood uses rhyme, gentle humor, and an upbeat fantasy setting to introduce readers to the dentist.
Princess Pinecone is a simple, classic, lovely fairy tale about the importance of empathy, friendship, and caring for others.
Adventures of Lexi and Bug: The First Adventure is the initial picture book in a new series about a fairy and a lightning bug who have a chance meeting and form a much-needed friendship that lifts their spirits.
Goblins, brownies, and pixies, oh my! A Dreadful Fairy Bookis anything but dreadful. In fact, it is an unexpectedly funny ode to books and the knowledge that they bring.
Come along with author Jon Etter and narrator Quentin Q. Quacksworth, Esq on the A Dreadful Fairy Book awareness tour.
In Sara and the Pooka, author Russ Fugal introduces readers to young Sara, an intrepid adventurer on a mission. This first installment will leave young readers wanting to learn more of Sara and how she eventually finds her way home.