The Bling Fairies of Junkett Falls by Maureen Sky

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"In this book, the setting is spotlighted far more acutely than the story itself. While the fairies are described in exacting detail, the plot remains cloudy throughout… The book’s penchant for abrupt transitions is highlighted by a heavy use of section titles. The language, themes, and descriptive text are too mature for young readers…"
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This book is a fun book for the reader as it displays a handful of emotions, a bit of quirkiness, perhaps some knowledge, some lessons to be learned and the feelings of pride and commitment. The colorful illustrations provide the perfect visual that definitely makes this story come to life. Also, the author, Maureen Sky, created the fairy images from her knowledge of vintage jewelry. Specifically, vintage Bakelite bangle bracelets (Maureen’s favorite pieces, I.e. “Applejuice, Butterscotch, and Endofday”) which allows the knowledgeable reader of Bakelite jewelry, a bit of fun and creative humor while reading the story.
 

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Published April 28, 2014 by Xlibris US. 44 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography. Non-fiction
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BlueInk Review

Below average
on Jul 28 2014

"In this book, the setting is spotlighted far more acutely than the story itself. While the fairies are described in exacting detail, the plot remains cloudy throughout… The book’s penchant for abrupt transitions is highlighted by a heavy use of section titles. The language, themes, and descriptive text are too mature for young readers…"

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