Dancing Fairies

Written by Jenny Way and Illustrated by Nick Roberts  

Storyline: Follow the adventures of the Dancing Fairies as they dance and play every night and day See them fly over hills, in gardens, on window sills and in the treetops! Join them and their animal friends having fun in the rain and sun. Watch them as they paint flowers – it doesn’t take them hours! You will be amazed and enthralled by their beauty and that’s not all! These little fairies are amazing and a delight!

Thoughts from a seven-year-old:

It was a good book, I liked it because it was very short easy to read. (She read the book out loud to me this time) it did rhyme and my favourite part was the ‘dancing on the window sill’. There was about three or four words that were a little bit hard that I didn’t know, but it wasn’t too bad with mommy’s help. The art was beautiful! I liked looking at each fairy dress and how many colours they all had! I think this author…mom, what’s her name? [Jenny Way] yes, Jenny Way…you should do more books! well done…Well. Done.

Well That was a very quick read! There’s only about twenty pages and about twelve words on each page. The good part of it being quite short was that my daughter was able to read it herself! We read it together obviously, but she read the words out loud to me this time, With very little help. So it would definitely work as a beginning to read book. It was a cute book with a bunch of rhymes. Each page seems to be its own little poem of sorts, I don’t think there is really a storyline or anything like a definitive plot. But I really enjoyed reading it with my daughter! I would say it would be perfect for kids 1 to 4 years old since it’s very short it would keep a younger child’s attention quite easily. And the fact that the pictures were bright, colourful and detailed really made the book quite fun!

I rate this book 

9/10 for story and 10/10 for illustrations

 

HAVE A FAMTABULOTASTIC DAY
Xoxo

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