After a long winter’s rest with little to do,
are the fairies ready to start something new,
Do they use tiny brushes and oil pastels to paint crocuses, lilacs, and daffodils?
Everyone knows fairies love spring flowers and summer sun, but is it the fairies who wake up the earth as the snow melts? Do they entice the trees to turn green and the flowers to grow? In this charming follow up to Where Do Fairies Go When It Snows (Pub 10/15, 1,048 copies), Liza Gardner Walsh, acclaimed author of the Fairy House Handbook and Fairy Garden Handbook, explores the matter in a children's picture book of rhyming questions. Combined with delightful illustrations by Hazel Mitchell this whimsical book will help children discover the world of fairies and learn to enjoy and appreciate the outdoors.
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|Publisher:||Down East Books|
|Product dimensions:||10.00(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Liza Gardner Walsh has worked as a children’s librarian, pre-school teacher, high-school English teacher, writing tutor, museum educator, and she holds an MFA in writing from Vermont College. She lives with her family in Camden, Maine. Award-winning illustrator of more than a dozen books, Hazel Mitchell grew up in England, where she attended art college