The Fairy-Spotter's Handbook by Rosalind Kerven

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Where is Fairyland? How can you find it?

Why are some fairies dangerous? Where do they hide their treasure?

Fizzing with fairy facts and traditional tales, Rosalind Kerven's guidebook examines every facet oof fairies and the shapes they take: from Little People to Pixies, from Leprechauns to Sprites. The fairies, caught on the page by illustrator Wayne Anderson, will bewitch you into their magical, mischievous world.

Enter if you dare!
 

About Rosalind Kerven

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Kerven trained as an anthropologist and is now a well-known children's editor, reviewer, and author. Helen Ward and Wayne Anderson have worked together on a number of splendid picture books. Their work has been hailed as exquisitely detailed . . . touching by "Publishers Weekly" and infused with natural wonder, beautifully illustrated, and stunning by "Booklist." Ms. Ward and Mr. Anderson live in England.
 
Published January 21, 2004 by Frances Lincoln Children's Books. 48 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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A die-cut cover of an open door fittingly opens the way to The Fairy Spotter's Handbook by Rosalind Kerven, illus.

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