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Fairy Housesby Tracy Kane
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What would happen if you built a house for fairies to live in? Would they come to visit?
Fascinated by the array of fairy shelters made of bark, leaves, seashells and other natural materials, Kristen sets out to build a fairy house in the woods. Little does she realize that Nature wants to get in on the act — with her own special cast of characters! Each time, as Kristen checks on her fairy house, there is an unexpected visitor! The illustrations are irresistible, enhancing the readers anticipation of what will happen next, right up to the surprise ending.
What would happen if you built a house for the fairies to live in? Would they come to visit? Kristen is in for a surprise when she sets out to build a fairy house in the woods. Nature wants to get in on the act with her own special cast of characters! Follow Kristens story of discovery to its enchanting conclusion. A special section on how to get started with your own fairy house is also included.
Follow the story of a young girl building her special fairy house, observing its visitors, and discovering the magic of Nature. The story encourages children to experience fun, creative, quiet times with Nature and gain appreciation for its daily treasures. Fairy Houses gives tips on how to build your own fairy habitats made with natural materials. Transform a backyard, beach, meadow, or woods into a gold mine for fairy houses!
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"Children will be eager to build a fairy house with the inspiring suggestions provided by the author." —School Library Journal
"What makes this a winner is the fact that kids immediately want to go outside and build their own fairy house." —Children's Book Sense 76 Picks, American Booksellers Association
"A must-have for children's collections." —Today's Librarian
"I highly recommend Fairy Houses by Tracy Kane for your children—any age!" —The Best Reviews.com
"An enchanting children's picturebook." —The Midwest Book Review
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