Fairy Books We Love: ‘The Weather Fairies’ & More!
We’ve made a list of 10 fairy books we’ve come to adore throughout the years. Read on and share this list to friends and family who are also believers!
Embark on an adventure with Rachel and Kirsty who are out to help the weather fairies search for their lost magical feathers! This set includes Crystal the Snow Fairy, Abigail the Breeze Fairy, Pearl the Cloud Fairy, Goldie the Sunshine Fairy, Evie the Mist Fairy, Storm the Lightning Fairy, and Hayley the Rain Fairy.
Our very first book is a collection of some of the best fairy stories you’ll find. It takes readers into the world of fairies and gives them a glimpse of how these magical creatures live and work. Get to know Meadow Flameweb, Gardenia the Chef Fairy, Aerenee and Sophia… plus witness the magical union of a fairy couple! You’ll also learn more about the fairy door and its importance in the otherworld.
Meet even more fairies and discover how these winged creatures spend their days at work and at play. With 7 chapters, this fairy story collection is an interesting read for fairy lovers of all ages. You can also get started with fairy gardening via a detailed resources section.
Any young girl can relate to this book, for sure! Geraldine is an aspiring fairy princess who lives each day dressed up as a magical creature, complete with fairy wings. And like any other fairy princess, she spends the whole day in her tiara and fairy princess dress. But what truly makes her special is her ability to act out of the princess box and become a real very fairy princess.
This fairy storybook is a great collection of 18 fairytales, including 4 originals from Disney. It is beautifully-illustrated and is hardbound, built to last generations of daughters to come. If you’ve always loved Tinker Bell in gorgeous illustrations, you’ll find a lot of them here.
A little girl has built a special fairy house for the magical creatures in the woods… and what happens next is best read from the book itself! What we can tell you is that this story is enough to inspire young kids to try out building fairy houses and other special resting places for the fairies.
If you’re looking for a more adult dose of fairy story, straight from the journal of Lady Angelica Cottington, who is believed to have the ability to see fairies, then this art work of a book is highly-recommended. We warn you, however, that the events in the book are rather bizarre for some, but as they say, undeniably entertaining.
Give the gift of eight stories, a selection of fairy rhymes and beautiful illustrations with this newly-put-together flower fairy story classics. Meet the flower fairies of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter as well as the flower fairies lurking in your garden, in the trees and in the wayside.
This book examines fairy legend and lore through the ages and leads readers into fairy cities, landscapes, rings, and paths. Find out what clothes they wear (fairies can be fussy about their dress), what they like to eat and drink, and what plants and animals they cherish.
Learn what really happened during that magical Summer of 1920 when Cicely Mary Barker discovered the secret world of the Flower Fairies.
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