…they’ll need something to eat. Beanie’s fairy house (photo to come) turned into a restaurant with seashell plates. Naturally, the girls had to run for their favorite fairy cookbook: Mud Pies and Other Recipes. I do believe it was Alice who introduced us to this book some six or seven years ago.
I’ll add some more fun fairy books later, but right now I’m off to visit the midwife.
I’m back! As promised:
Twig by Elizabeth Orton Jones.
A sweet novel about a little girl who makes a fairy house out of an old tomato can.
Fairy Fun: A Child’s Fairyland of Enchanting Projects and Magical Games by Maria S. Schwartz.
Fairy Houses by Tracy L. Kane. I haven’t reviewed this one yet, but it looks charming. We’ll see if our library has it.
Ditto for this one: Fairy Island: An Enchanted Tour of the Homes of the Little Folk by Laura Martin.
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