- 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
‘Posie Pixie And The Fireworks Party’ is the 4th book from Sarah Hill’s enchanting ‘Whimsy Wood’ children’s series for 5-8 year olds and in this particular story, we find ourselves in the marvellous month of November.
There are colourful autumn leaves falling everywhere and Posie Pixie is about to be paid a visit by a certain special someone... Who could this possibly be? Will Posie be pleased? Perhaps it will be a new character entering into the wonderful world of Whimsy Wood?
Well, I can’t possibly tell you of course. You'll just have to read ‘Posie Pixie And The Fireworks Party’ for yourself!
‘...TAP-TING-TAPPITY-TING! went Mr Bilberry the blackbird’s beak on Posie Pixie’s copper kettle house one wet November morning. Mr Bilberry (or ‘Bill’ as he preferred) was Whimsy Wood’s postman. The job of delivering mail to the woodland folk had been in his family for generations and he wore his black, shiny postman’s cap with pride.
“Morning Posie!” he trilled down the spout slide into Posie’s copper kettle house. “I’ve got a leaf letter here for you.”
“Good morning to you too Bill! I’ll be there in a jiffy,” she called back cheerily.
A few minutes later, Posie popped out of her dock leaf front door, wearing a pine cone printed apron over her purple pixie tunic and leggings and holding a rather sticky wooden spoon.’
Rory Gaule, aged 5 years wrote:
Adorably British! I wished this book was in my library when I was a young gal.
Mrs Kerry Parker, Deputy Head at Corsham Primary School, Corsham, Wiltshire wrote:
It was really funny when Wibble snored with her feet in the air! It’s so cool that Ping is a boy pixie who sometimes sets fire to his hair!
Children smile their way through this book, whether listening or reading for themselves. There’s a plethora of woodland animals helping the ever cheerful Posie and the ‘squeak-squeak-squeak’ of Wibble Woodlouse, children just adore!
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