Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite - 5 Stars
In the children's book Believe In Fairies, we are introduced to the magical fay who come out at night and play. They keep the meadows and fields alive with their magic. Their magical dust protects the plant life by filling their blooms with special powers. They illuminate the area with their bright fairy lights. The fay folk are wise, bold, gentle, and brave as they protect the flowers and trees throughout the night. They play hide and seek to pass the time and are mischievous little creatures. They love all flowers, whether they are dangerous or not. The fairies tend to each flower to feed and to heal them, keeping them pretty and bright with sweet and fragrant smells. These creatures serve their queen and you by keeping your garden healthy and bright.
I thought Believe In Fairies by Wayne Gerard Trotman and Sherrie Trotman was an adorable read. I love stories about the fairy folk and this one was written perfectly for children. It also has an important lesson to teach as well. If you plant many beautiful flowers and plants, the fairy folk will care for them during the night. Planting flowers helps the environment not only by producing seeds to create more plants, but also to create more oxygen in the air. The story is very well written and the illustrations are gorgeous and fit with the storyline perfectly. I feel Wayne Gerard Trotman and Sherrie Trotman have done a wonderful job with Believe In Fairies. It's a book I would definitely recommend to others.
Literary Titan Book Award - Silver: 4 Stars
Believe in Fairies by Wayne Gerard Trotman and Sherrie Trotman is a children's story about why you should believe in fairies. It discusses topics such as how devoted fairies are to keeping plants alive. Fairies will put dewdrops on flowers to cool them and cover them with parasols to protect them from the rain! Fairies also love healing, and feeding the weak flowers. They take pride in taking care of their plants and your garden because the beauty of those flowers is what proves that their magic is real.
The authors of this story give beautiful descriptions and rhymes to captivate their readers. They provide details on how the fays take care of plants, and what exactly they do for them. The art is vibrant with plenty of action on the page that will certainly capture a child's interest. I especially loved a sad little snail that appears about halfway through, so cute. There is much to learn and see while reading Believe in Fairies which is why I found this book to be so enjoyable!
Believe in Fairies is an enchanting poetry book that I think is perfect for young readers. Children will learn a lot about the fairies and walk away with a better appreciation for nature. Wayne Gerard Trotman and Sherrie Trotman will have readers believing in fairies in no time.