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The Tiptoe Guide To Tracking Fairies – Ammi-Joan Paquette

05 Jun

The Tiptoe Guide to Tracking Fairies
By Ammi-Joan Paquette
Available Now

Description:
Could a tulip be a good place for hide-and-seek? Could a bitof dandelion fluff be a pillow? They could be, if fairies live nearby. This book invites kids to have a backyard adventure searching for the tell tale signs of fairies who might be residing all around them. Not only can children”search” for fairies in the book’s unique blend of art and photography, but they will also be encouraged to discover the wonder and magic in nature, whether in a backyard or a local park. The Tiptoe Guide to Tracking Fairies is a perfect title for summer!

This Blonde’s Review:
When you have a 4 year old daughter who is obsessed with fairies like I do, this type of book seems perfect. And it was. My daughter adored this book. She loved the idea of searching for fairies and thought the pictures in this book were the best things. She insisted on looking through them to see if we missed anything, making the reading of those cute short story take longer than you’d expect. Of course then we had to go search for real fairies in the house and the yard as well.

This is an adorable little book that will give any little girl ideas that she can find fairies too. It’ll even get big brothers interested in helping.

If you have a little girl it is highly likely she’ll enjoy this book too. And you’ll probably enjoy the way this story activates children’s imaginations and leads them to search for fairies. They’ll even find their own fairy tracks in the most amazing ways. The Tiptoe Guide to Tracking Fairies will stay with your kids after they read it and lead to adventures they may not have thought of without it. Adorable really is the best word I have for this wonderful little story.

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