Synopses & Reviews
Enchanting descriptions and images abound in this whimsical guide to discovering fairies in everyday places. Different types of fairiessuch as Fairy Queens, Flower Fairies, Tinkerbelles, and Angelicasare delightfully illustrated and accompanied by a brief account of their skills, information on where these impish creatures make their homes, and what time of day they are most likely to be spotted. A final tip on identifying fake fairies”mean-spirited creatures who live on the edge of the Enchanted Forestis also included between the glittered covers.
If you've never seen a fairy at the bottom of your garden, maybe you're just not looking at the right time of day, or maybe you can't even recognize a fairy when you see one! This glittering book shows every type of fairy imaginable, and is an invaluable tool for fairy spotters young and old.
About the Author
Magic Meg and Lucy Loveheart are the pen names of Meg Clibbon and Lucy Clibbon, a mother-and-daughter team who have written and illustrated Imagine You're a Fairy, Imagine You're a Princess, and Imagine You're a Wizard.