Little Fairy's Christmas by Daniela Drescher
  

Synopsis

Little Fairy's Christmas by Daniela Drescher

A little fairy gets lost in a snowstorm and is blown far away from home. Her poor, thin wings are freezing! As she looks for shelter, she meets a friendly robin and owl who give her food and clothes, and in turn she looks after a little elf boy. It's Christmas Eve and Father Christmas is out delivering his presents. Along his way he finds the lost, shivering children, and takes them home, as well as giving them gifts. Together the children have a wonderful Christmas -- and finally get warm. Beautiful, delicate illustrations make this book one to treasure.

Reviews

'A lovely book to show how kindness matters.'

'The highlight of the book is Drescher's careful and accurate images of birds and animals, which are a delight. First published in Germany, Drescher's books are aimed at the Rudolph Steiner philosophy of child education, but her style of illustration deserves a wider audience.'

About the Author

Daniela Drescher was born in Munich and trained in art therapy. She has worked with children for several years and is an illustrator for a parenting magazine. She is the author of In the Land of Fairies, In the Land of Elves, In the Land of Merfolk, The Elves' Big Adventure, What's Hiding in There?, Merlina and the Magic Spell, Little Fairy Can't Sleep and Lily the Little Princess (all Floris Books).

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Daniela Drescher
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Publisher

Floris Books
www.florisbooks.co.uk

Publication date

10th September 2010

ISBN

9780863157738


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