The Fairy-Spotter's Handbook by Rosalind Kerven
  

Synopsis

The Fairy-Spotter's Handbook by Rosalind Kerven

This is the official guide to fairies. Packed with authentic folklore from all over Europe, it examines every facet of fairy life: Fairyland - where and how to find it, fairy kings and queens, house fairies, fairy treasure, dangerous fairies and changelings, with classic folk tales. Rosalind Kerven's guidebook examines every facet of fairies and the shapes they take: from Little People to Pixies, from Leprechauns to Sprites.

Reviews

Provides an interesting view on the possible worlds created through human imagination and looks at many diverse and fascinating aspects of fairy life with hugely detailed magical illustrations to pore over. Riveting Reads SLA

About the Author

Rosalind Kerven trained as an anthropologist and has edited and reviewed children's books for a number of years. She has written many collections of myths and legends, and several children's novels. She lives in Morpeth, Northumberland. Wayne Anderson has illustrated over 20 books for children. He was overall Winner of the V&A Illustration Award for Gnomes and Gardens, written by Nigel Suckling, and Highly Commended for The Tin Forest, by Helen Ward. To visit Wayne Anderson's website click here

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Rosalind Kerven
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

1st October 2003

ISBN

9780711219465


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