- Posie Pixie And The Copper Kettle
- Posie Pixie And The Lost Matchbox
- Posie Pixie And The Torn Tunic
- Posie Pixie And The Fireworks Party
- Posie Pixie And The Christmas Tree
- Posie Pixie And The Snowstorm
- Posie Pixie And The Pancakes
- Fearne Fairy And The Dandelion Clocks
- Fearne Fairy And The Chocolate Caterpillar
- Fearne Fairy And The Landing Lesson
Meet Fearne Fairy! She loves to sing and fly but is hopeless at landing! 'Fearne Fairy And The Dandelion Clocks' is written for the magnificent month of March, so you'll read about white wood anemones and yellow daffodils. You'll also meet 'Raspberry Rabbit' and 'Bertie and Beatrice Bunny', as well as Fearne of course!
Come on this next exciting adventure in Whimsy Wood, with Fearne and the delightful woodland folk, in which sharing and teamwork play a crucial role in solving Fearne's dilemma. As for what her dilemma actually is, well, I couldn't possibly say! You'll just have to read 'Fearne Fairy And The Dandelion Clocks' to find out!
' It was a beautiful, bright March morning and Spring had certainly sprung in Whimsy Wood. The dew-filled daffodils swayed in the breeze, while a choir of young chaffinches led by their singing teacher, Mrs Spottisdowne the sparrow, practised their spring songs.
Down on the woodland floor there were pretty yellow primroses and white wood anemones, which sparkled and shone like little iced gems in the spring sunshine.
Now somewhere in the middle of Whimsy Wood, was a large moss-covered tree stump. If you were to crouch down next to it and listen very, very carefully, you might just about hear a rather shrill voice singing a funny little tune. ....'
Freya Love aged 8 years wrote:
"This is a warm and lyrical spring tale, in which Fearne Fairy teaches some mischievous bunnies an important lesson. Whimsy Wood is a magical setting, filled with perky woodland characters."
Ms Beck Stubbs, Principal of Easton Royal Academy, Easton Royal, Pewsey, Wiltshire wrote:
"A great bedtime story full of magical creatures and fluffy bunnies."
Kids Imagination Train Magazine June 2016 wrote:
"Fearne Fairy And The Dandelion Clocks is a hot, buttered crumpet of a read; full of coziness and kindness."
"The timeless quality of Fearne Fairy And The Dandelion Clocks enchants the reader. Sarah Hill’s story unfolds bit by bit, so you can savor Fearne Fairy’s natural world. It’s easy to picture adults reading Hill’s book out loud to young ones at bedtime, or older children reading it by themselves. The intricate simplicity of the charming, colorful illustrations adds to the classic allure of the book."