An enchanting tale of a young brother and sister who take a trip to the country to visit their Grandparents. While in the flower garden, they meet a fairy who whisks them away to a gathering in the stump of an old tree. There the children encounter other fairies, and even Mother Nature herself! They are given the task of telling the human world about the fairy world, and the workings of nature. This story also highlights themes about respect for nature, keeping your word, and throws in a little fairy magic for good measure. It is designed to be read to children, ages 5-10 years old, in the hopes that it will open a discussion about the incredible natural world that is always around us, the importance of family, and what real magic can be.
About the Author
Destiny Lauritsen is a self-taught artist specializing in children's fantasy illustration. Her art is greatly influenced by traditional fairytales and folklore, but she also finds inspiration working in her herb and vegetable garden, where she practices at being a farmer.
Erin Taylor loves to travel by plane, train, automobile and pencil.
She has lived in three different hemispheres and strives to reflect her world experiences in her artwork. She has illustrated for children across several genres, including trade books, educational publishing, early readers, learning software and apps, as well as comics and animated games. She has illustrated over 100 titles and loves to work with publishers around the world who share her enthusiasm for providing children with quality products. When
Erin's feet are on the ground, she loves time with her family, getting lost in the wild, and visiting the zoo. Drawing is a daily necessity,
just like eating, which she also enjoys quite a bit!