Synopses & Reviews
Of all the world's creatures, there is nothing so like a fairy as a child, a mother whispers in this gentle and reassuring bedtime story. At her child's bedside, she tenderly reveals all of the delightful secrets about how fairies live, work, and play. They teach birds to sing and draw rainbows to brighten rainy days, ...they make spring flowers bloom and scatter autumn leaves, ...and when little animals are sleepy, the fairies read bedtime stories to them.
Bursting with luscious images filled with ove 300 fairies, here is the perfect good-night treat by a best-selling author-illustrator team. A special fairy with a red cap hidden on every spread is just one of the many wondrous things that can be discovered within!
At bedtime, a mother tells her curious child about the things that fairies do, like hang the stars in the evening sky and care for the toys that children have lost.
In this gentle and reassuring bedtime story, a mother reveals to her child all the delightful secrets about how fairies live, work, and play. Full color.
"Hop into bed," said Mother, "and I'll tell you what I know about fairies." So begins a whimsical journey through the magic and mystery of the fairy world, where marvelous winged creatures paint rainbows, teach birds to sing, hang stars in the evening sky, and welcome children to dreamland.
About the Author
Kathleen and Michael Hague are the creators of several best-selling books. The Hagues live in Colorado.