"Posie Pixie just gets better and better! I love all the animal characters!" Poppaea Aldridge aged 5 yrs.
"Think of the best bits from Enid Blyton's fantastical stories for very young children." Chopsy-Baby, Bristol's Online Parenting Magazine.
"I love the Posie Pixie books! I really like reading about the nature in the forest and the colours that you can find there." Freddie Lea aged 6 yrs.
"This engaging tale of the Whimsy Wood folk and their merry antics, will enchant children and transport them into the world of make-believe!"
Mrs Carol Clough, Headteacher at Crockerton and Heytesbury Primary Schools, Wiltshire.
"I love reading this story and I imagine being a Pixie and going on adventures like Posie." Kate Hagelthorn aged 6 yrs.
"I really liked reading this book and finding out about Posie Pixie's next adventure. I'd like to meet those ants!" Thomas Antrobus aged 6 yrs.
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite Posie Pixie and the Torn Tunic: Book 3 in The Whimsy Wood Series by Sarah Hill is another adventure story about Posie Pixie where young readers are taken into Whimsy Wood with Wibble Woodlouse. Posie is enjoying the beauty of autumn in the wood, picking and filling her basket with blackberries. She sings a happy song while doing so. Wibble Woodlouse is visiting her cousins who live under a lime log in the middle of the wood. Suddenly Posie notices her basket moving in the air. As she goes around filling her basket with blackberries, a lot of interesting things happen to Posie, making it an adventurous and magical trip. I am enjoying this series on Posie Pixie as it not only narrates a magical story but also speaks about the value of being friendly and kind. The entire story is filled with whimsical moments that are very exquisitely expressed by the author. Kids will love Posie Pixie's adventures and her interaction with the creatures she meets while picking blackberries. The illustrations are as magical as the story and they complement the author's words nicely. The subtle message of friendliness and kindness makes the book even more memorable. The author's style of narration takes you back to those days when Enid Blyton's books were every child's favorite. The autumn mood lends color and radiance to the story, along with Posie Pixie's endearing acts. It's a series worth owning in one's personal collection as it teaches kids new ideas and concepts, and makes them more creative and aesthetic in their thinking. An enchanting story that will take kids on a magical adventure.