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The Fairy Rebel: A rebellious fairy named Tiki, already in trouble for breaking the rule against wearing jeans, risks the further wrath of the Fairy Queen by trying to fulfill a human's special request for help. J BECKHOR Beckhorn, Susan Williams. The Kingfisher's Gift: After the sudden death of her beloved father, twelve-year-old Franny spends the summer with her unique paternal grandmother in Wayland, Massachusetts, where she continues to care for the fairies her father knew as a boy while at the same time wrestling with her own grief as well as the old and new griefs of her mother and grandmother. J398.45 CLIBBON Clibbon, Meg. Imagine You’re a Fairy: This book explores the daily life of fairies. J DISNEY PETERSO Peterson, Monique. In the Realm of the Never Fairies: Join the Never fairies in Pixie Hollow on the magical island of Never Land. For among the Never fairies there is a talent for every task. J DISNEY LARSEN Larsen, Kirsten. Lily’s Pesky Plant: Lily, a garden-talent fairy, finds an unusual seed in the forest, plants it in her garden, and hopes that she will not be forced to uproot the plant it produces. (Check out other books in the Disney Fairy series.) J DITERLI DiTerlizzi, Tony. The Field Guide: When the Grace children go to stay at their Great Aunt Lucinda's worn Victorian house, they discover a field guide to fairies and other creatures and begin to have some unusual experiences. (The Spiderwick Chronicles series). J DRISCOLL Driscoll, Laura. Vidia and the Fairy Crown: When Vidia, a disagreeable fairy, finds herself accused of stealing the Queen's tiara, she enlists the aid of a fellow sprite to help investigate and the two race against time to clear Vidia's name.
J821 FAIRY Various authors. Fairy Poems: A collection of poems by English and American poets about leprechauns, goblins, and other fairies. J FLOWER WOODWARD Woodward, Kay. Lavender’s Midsummer Mix-up: Lavender is having a busy time getting ready for the Midsummer Party, so she decides to play a fairy game to relax. When disaster strikes, Lavender and her friends must save the day. (Flower Fairies series) J GARDNER Gardner, Sally. I, Corriander: In seventeenth-century London, Coriander, a girl who has inherited magic from her mother, must find a way to use this magic in order to save both herself and an inhabitant of the fairy world where her mother was born. J HUNTER Hunter, Mollie. A Furl of Fairy Wind: Four tales in which people encounter fairies and brownies for the first time. J LEVINE Levine, Gail Carson. The Fairy’s Mistake: In this humorous retelling of a Perrault fairytale, the fairy Ethelinda rewards one twin sister for good behavior and punishes the other for bad, only to discover that her punishment is more pleasing than her reward. J LEVINE Levine, Gail Carson. The Fairy’s Return: The good-natured son of a baker wins the heart of a princess, with the help of a fairy and a magic goose. J LEVINE Levine, Gail Carson. Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg: After a hurricane injures the fairies' godlike Mother Dove, whose magical feathers and precious egg are of powerful importance to both fairies and Neverland itself, it falls to newcomer Prilla and two companions to set things right. (Fairy Haven and the Quest for the Wand sequel) J MCGRAW McGraw, Eloise. The Moorchild: Half-fairy and half-human, a changeling learns her true identity and attempts to find the human child whose place she had been given. J 398.21 MORRIS Morris, Susan J. A Practical Guide to Faeries: A companion book to The Practical Guide to Dragons, this guide explores the magical world of fairies. YA PRATCHE Pratchett, Terry. Wee Free Men: A young witch-to-be named Tiffany teams up with the Wee Free Men, a clan of six-inch-high blue men, to rescue her baby brother and ward off a sinister invasion from Fairyland. J RODDA Rodda, Emily. The Charm Bracelet: When Jessie searches for her ill grandmother's missing charm bracelet, she is led to a magical world and finds she has a reason and right to be there. (Fairy Realm series)
J745.5 ROSS Ross, Kathy. Fairy World Crafts: Crafts include, fairy skirt and headpiece, starry wand, fairy wings & fairy flying lessons. J RYAN Ryan, Margaret. Magic Mischief: Airy Fairy #1: "It's nearly Christmas and all the fairies are looking forward to their Christmas party. Except for Airy Fairy. Her school report card is so bad that she's been sent to sit on top of a prickly Christmas tree!..."--Cover back. J STARDUST KENDALL Kendall, Cassie. Laurel the Woodfairy: A new pixie wanders into the fairy wood, and then disappears, along with the fairies' treasured Crystal. Laurel sets off on a dangerous quest to find the pixie and the Crystal. J 745.5 SWART Schwartz, Marla Schram. Fairy Fun: A Child’s Fairyland of Enchanted Projects and Magical Games: Includes games, activities, and instructions for craft projects such as making fairy dust, cooking blossom berry soup, performing fairy magic tricks, and creating a miniature fairy garden. J THORPE Thorpe, Kiki. The Trouble With Tink: Tinker Bell, a pots-and-pans fairy who loves fixing things, has lost her hammer and now everything she tries to repair goes wrong, but in order to get her talent back, she may have to visit a former friend who once hurt her feelings. J WEST West, Tracey. Sprite’s Secret: Violet Briggs and Sprite, a pixie tricker, must beat Pix at his own game, which involves trapping someone into playing with him forever and ever! (Pixie Tricks series)
Fairy Picture Books
P BARKER Barker, Cicely Mary. How Zinnia Got Her Name: A small fairy doesn’t have a special plant of her own. Just right for younger fairy fans. P Butterworth. Butterworth, Nick. Amanda’s Butterfly: While looking for butterflies, a young girl discovers an even more beautiful winged creature, who needs her help. P COLLING Collington, Peter. The Tooth Fairy: A resourceful tooth fairy goes to great lengths when a little girl loses a tooth. PP DOLAN Dolan, Penny. Mary and the Fairy: Mary is sad because she has nothing to wear to the party, but the fairy who arrives on the scene and tries to help doesn't quite understand the problem. P FAIRY Barker, Cicely Mary. A Fairy’s Work is Never Done: a Little Book of Fairy Work and Fun: Describes different types of fairies and their lives -- work days, holidays and other celebrations. Beautifully illustrated.
P GRAHAM Graham, Bob. Jethro Byrd, Fairy Child: Annabelle finds a family of fairies in the cement and weeds, and they sing and dance for her when she gives them tea. P HAGUE Hague Kathleen. Goodnight Fairies: At bedtime, a mother tells her curious child about the things that fairies do, like hang the stars in the evening sky and care for the toys that children have lost. P LANGELE Langeler, Freddie. Fairies: Fairies, gnomes, and elves invite all their friends to celebrate Midsummer's Day with them. P LESTER Lester, Helen. The Wizard, the Fairy and the Magic Chicken: When three boastful magicians try to outdo one another, they create a problem that can be solved only when they work together. P SHANNON Shannon, David. Alice the Fairy: Alice, who claims to be a Temporary Fairy, still has a lot to learn, such as how to make her clothes put themselves away in the closet. P YOLEN Yolen, Jane. Child of Faerie, Child of Earth: Halloween night a fairy child befriends a human child and together they explore each other's worlds but neither wants to give up his or her own home.
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