The very fairy princess
J PIC AND
While her friends and family may not believe in fairies, Geraldine knows, deep down, that she is a VERY fairy princess. From morning to night, Gerry does everything that fairy princesses do: she dresses in her royal attire, practices her flying skills, and she is always on the lookout for problems to solve. But it isn’t all twirls and tiaras – as every fairy princess knows, dirty fingernails and scabby knees are just the price you pay for a perfect day!
The tooth fairy wars
J PIC COO
Nathan’s lost his first tooth! And he’s thinking he’ll hold on to it, so thanks-but-no-thanks, Tooth Fairy. This is one tooth that is staying with its owner. Except the Tooth Fairy has other ideas. She’s on a tooth procurement mission-and she’s not about to let some little boy get the best of her.
Olivia and the fairy princesses
J PIC FAL
Olivia is having an identity crisis! There are too many ruffly, sparkly princesses around these days, and Olivia has had quite enough. She needs to stand out! She wants to do more than just fit in! So what will she be? Join Olivia on a hilarious quest for individuality, and rest assured, you won’t find THIS pig pleased to be in pink!
Jethro Byrd fairy child
J PIC GRA
Annabelle’s dad has little time for fairies, which he assures her she won’t find in the cement and the weeds of their urban backyard. But Annabelle has lots of time, so she keeps looking, and one day she finds what she’s looking for: a thumb-sized fairy child named Jethro Byrd, whose family has made an awkward landing in a tiny ice cream truck among some discarded bottles and cans. But why, Annabelle wonders, are she and her baby brother Sam the only ones who can see them?
Good night, fairies
J PIC HAG
“Of all the world’s creatures, there is nothing so like a fairy as a child,” a mother whispers in this gentle and reassuring bedtime story. At her child’s bedside, she tenderly reveals all of the delightful secrets about how fairies live, work, and play.
Kane, Tracy L.
J PIC KAN
What would happen if you built a house for the fairies to live in? Would they come to visit? Kristen is in for a surprise when she sets out to build a fairy house in the woods. A special section on how to get started with your own fairy house is also included.
Kane, Tracy L.
J PIC KAN
When a little girl goes on an epic adventure down the perilous Big River, she wonders, Will help from wildlife creatures be enough to see the Fairy Boat safely to the end of the journey or will some fairy magic need to work its protective charms?
J PIC LOB
John is a friendly giant who lives among musical fairies. But the time comes when he must venture out into the world to get a job. Soon, he befriends a king and queen who ask him to stay and work for their family. Through his adventures, Giant John learns what it means to care about people and for them to care about him.
Gone with the wand: a fairy’s tale
J PIC PAL
Bernice, the godmother of all fairies, is having a very bad wand day. It’s up to Edith the tooth fairy to help Bernice find her magical powers again, or else Bernice will be forced to give up her wand.
The tiptoe guide to tracking fairies
J PIC PAQ
Fairies have hiding places, and this guide shows their many admirers how to find signs that they are in the neighborhood. Primarily composed of pictures that mix original art with photographs, the book portrays fairies playing hide-and-seek in tulips; sleeping on dandelion fluff pillows; and riding bareback on a chipmunk.
The dollhouse fairy
J PIC RAY
When Rosy discovers a real fairy living in her beloved dollhouse, she can’t believe her eyes. But Thistle is no ordinary fairy. Despite a hurt wing, she’s turned all the tiny furnishings topsy-turvy, and she’s starving for raspberries and chips and other treats to eat. Rosy loves nurturing the mischievous fairy back to health, and can’t wait to introduce her to her dad when he returns from his hospital stay.
Alice the fairy
J PIC SHA
Alice has a nose for trouble, but luckily she’s a fairy–a Temporary Fairy. She has a magic wand, fairy wings, and a blanket, all of which she uses to disappear, to fly, and to turn her father into a horse! There are still a few things Alice needs to learn to become a Permanent Fairy, like how to float her dog on the ceiling and make her clothes put themselves away, but she’s working on it–sort of.
Small persons with wings
J FIC BOORAEM
Ever since she was teased for believing in fairies, Mellie has adopted a strictly scientific and logical approach to life. But when her parents inherit her grandfather’s inn, she learns that for generations, her family members have been fairy guardians. The fairies exchanged some of their powers for this protection but now they want their magic back.
Pish and Posh
J EASY BOT
Pish and Posh are very best friends. One day, a Fairy Handbook mysteriously lands at their door. An awfully curious Posh can’t resist the book’s magic, despite Pish’s warnings. When Posh learns that being a beginner fairy is tough work — and possibly big trouble — will Posh turn to her wise friend Pish for help?
The Racketty-Packetty House
Burnett, Frances Hodgson.
J FIC BURNET
When Tidy Castle arrives, brand-new and grand in every way, the Racketty-Packetty House has never looked shabbier, and it is shoved in the corner of Cynthia’s nursery. But the Racketty family still dances, sings, and laughs louder than all the fancy dolls combined. When a real-life princess visits the nursery, the Rackettys learn that the humans are planning to destroy their house. Only a miracle — or some very unusual magic — can save them now!
Philippa Fisher’s fairy godsister
J FIC KESSLER
A tale of a girl and her reluctant fairy guardian sparkles with magic and charm. Philippa Fisher would like nothing more than to summon a fairy. Still, she is taken aback when Daisy, the new girl at school, announces that she is Philippa’s fairy godmother — or godsister, since they’re both the same age. Though the fairy is none too pleased with her mission, she is obliged to see it through and grant her human charge the customary three wishes. Now, if only Philippa would wish for something that makes her life better, not worse!
Fairy dust and the quest for the egg
Levine, Gail Carson.
J FIC LEVINE
Prilla is heartbroken that she does not seem to fit in. She desperately needs help from Mother Dove, the most important creature in Neverland, who created and cares for the magical egg that prevents all who live in Neverland from growing old and dying. But tragedy strikes as the island is hit by a hurricane, and the Never egg is destroyed. Mother Dove must pick three fairies to set out on a dangerous quest to repair the egg. She chooses Rani, the best water-talent fairy; Vidia, the most selfish, but fastest fast-flying-talent fairy; and, to everyone’s surprise-Prilla. The three embark on a journey filled with danger, sacrifice, and adventure.
Ruby the red fairy (Rainbow Magic Series)
The seven Rainbow Fairies are missing! Rachel and Kirsty search for one in each RAINBOW MAGIC book. Read all seven books to help rescue the fairies and bring the sparkle back to Fairyland!
The flint heart: a fairy story
An ambitious Stone Age man demands a talisman that will harden his heart, allowing him to take control of his tribe. Against his better judgment, the tribe’s magic man creates the Flint Heart, but the cruelty of it causes the destruction of the tribe. Thousands of years later, the talisman reemerges to corrupt a kindly farmer, an innocent fairy creature, and a familial badger. Can Charles and his sister Unity find a way to rescue humans, fairies, and animals alike from the dark influence of the Flint Heart?
The night fairy
Schlitz, Laura Amy.
J FIC SCHLITZ
What would happen to a fairy if she lost her wings and could no longer fly? Flory, a young night fairy no taller than an acorn and still becoming accustomed to her wings, is about to find out. What she discovers is that the world is very big and very dangerous. But Flory is fierce and willing to do whatever it takes to survive.
The girl who circumnavigated Fairyland in a ship of her own making
Valente, Catherynne M.
J FIC VALENTE
Twelve-year-old September lives in Omaha, and used to have an ordinary life, until her father went to war and her mother went to work. One day, September is met at her kitchen window by a Green Wind, who invites her on an adventure, implying that her help is needed in Fairyland. The new Marquess is unpredictable and fickle, and also not much older than September. Only September can retrieve a talisman the Marquess wants from the enchanted woods, and if she doesn’t . . . then the Marquess will make life impossible for the inhabitants of Fairyland.
Ling-li and the phoenix fairy: a Chinese folktale
J 398.20951 G83
When the beautiful robe that Ling-Li has woven for her wedding is stolen by a flock of magpies, the Phoenix Fairy, Queen of the Birds, returns the robe to Ling-Li and blesses her marriage.
A field guide to elves, dwarves, and other magical folk
J 398.21 SA8
What is the proper way to greet an elf? Where is the best place to find fairies and sprites? What’s the difference between halflings and dwarves? These fantastic people and others may not be real, but what if they were? This handy field guide gives you everything you need to know about these magical people of the imagination.
The faerie’s gift
Batt, Tanya Robyn.
J 398.22 B32 PIC
A humble woodcutter rescues a faerie who grants him a single wish.
Little Bunny Foo Foo: told and sung by the Good Fairy
Johnson, Paul Brett.
J 782.42 J63 PIC
In this irresistible book, it’s not just field mice that suffer Little Bunny Foo Foo’s mischievous tricks, but woodchucks, foxes, and grizzly bears! And as LBFF’s subjects grow so do his scooping methods, from lasso to tractor bucket to crane. All the while, LBFF takes his naughtiness to hyperbolic heights as the Good Fairy–hilariously rendered as a possum–points out the error of his wayward ways w/ humor & spunk.
The fairy party book
J 793.2 M47
A charming handbook on how to host fairy festivities. Nobody parties like the fairy folk. Now, for the first time among mortals, The Fairy Party Book reveals the impish secrets of those partying pixies. On these enchanted pages kids (and their parents) will find everything they need to know to plan, organize and throw a successful fairy-themed party.
The fairies’ ring: a book of fairy stories & poems
J 808.8 F16
A collection of poems by such writers as Robert Graves, William Shakespeare, and Walter de la Mare and tales from around the world about fairies in all their forms.
The book of little folk: faery stories and poems from around the world
Mills, Lauren A.
J 808.8 M62
A collection of poems, short stories, folktales and fairy tales from a variety of cultures about these elusive and magical creatures.