The Fairy Fables

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The Fairy Fables - Read Reviews

“The Fairy Fables are a beautifully written example of modern children’s literature.”

“The Fairy Fables are a beautifully written example of modern children’s literature. These stories spark imagination while introducing important concepts and ideas that are valuable to children of all ages.”

Janet Lackey, Early Childhood Educator, Singapore

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“I engaged immediately.”

“Very rarely do writers tackle the childhood issues presented in The Fairy Fables with such authenticity. I engaged immediately. There is no ‘fluff’ here. Every sentence speaks volumes. The Message to the Grown-ups section kept me thinking for days.”

Genevieve O’Dwyer, Mother of 2, United Kingdom

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“A very clever and intelligent set of literature aimed to educate both the child and the parent.”

“The Fairy Fables is a wonderfully written and beautifully illustrated set of children’s short stories, written to teach children about various life situations that they are likely to face growing up; from learning the importance of sharing, the meaning of friendship, loss to accepting diversity in people. Each short story is accompanied with a message to the parents, offering them insight into their children’s experiences, as well as providing useful advice and strategies to help their children cope and accept certain life’s’ challenges. A very clever and intelligent set of literature aimed to educate both the child and the parent… highly recommended!”

 Mary-Jane Eastley, Mother of 1, Adult Educator in Professional Development & Training in Child Protection, Australia

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“I couldn’t put an age recommendation on these stories as there is actually something here for everyone.”

“My 3 year old daughter loved the colours and the characters, whereas my 7 (almost 8) year old loved the story and the theme. As for myself, I was very moved by the Message to the Grown-ups, as I could relate quite directly to the theme explored. Being left out is something that so many children go through and The Spring of Self-Worth instigated a wonderful conversation about social behaviour and coping strategies. I’ve not come across a series like this. The books are beautiful. I couldn’t put an age recommendation on these stories as there is actually something here for everyone.”

 Anna Brewster, Mother of 2, Australia

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“It is such a nice change to see a fairy story that has been written to enlighten and guide the whole family.”

“This beautifully written fable gently teaches the joy of giving, and reflects emotions that we all experience as children and grown-ups. The attention to detail in the vibrant illustrations just adds to the magic of this thought provoking story. It is such a nice change to see a fairy story that has been written to enlighten and guide the whole family. I look forward to regularly reading this fable with my children in the years ahead.”

Kristy Andersen, Mother of 2, Australia

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“It is wonderful to read children’s books that have a constructive message to both adults and children.”

“These beautifully written, delightfully illustrated fairy stories offer our children an opportunity to be transported as well as guided, in their social and emotional childhood journey by a story reminiscent of the ‘moral tale’ of old. The author creates a rich and magical land, uncomplicated by the technological sophistication of today’s fast paced world, and weaves stories around common issues confronting every child in every age. It is wonderful to read children’s books that have a constructive message to both adults and children that is simple, concise and beautiful.”

Margaret Hunt, Holistic Counsellor and Educator, Australia

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“These fables keep my daughter enchanted from start to finish.”

“These fables keep my daughter enchanted from start to finish. She loves the adventures of Little Fairy and easily understands the concept of each book. At the end of The Summer of Sharing, she told me ‘sharing is good as it makes people happy’. This makes me happy as I feel I am helping her develop great foundations and learn some of life’s lessons.”

 Allison Reid, Mother of 3, Australia

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“The Message to the Grown ups is fantastic, as sometimes we get lost in ourselves and forget!”

“I read The Autumn of Giving a few times to the girls and they just LOVED it!!!! It has such a beautiful message that they could really understand. We recently went through one of my daughter’s clothes to give away to the Pakistan Flood Relief Fund, and while reading the story I reminded her of the clothes we gave away. This opened up a big conversation about people that are not as fortunate as ourselves, and how we don’t need so much STUFF! The Message to the Grown ups is fantastic, as sometimes we get lost in ourselves and forget! Reading something like this is so motivating. The girls loved Little Fairy, and we can’t wait to read some more!”

 Sarah Coogans, Mother of 3, Australia

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