Do you ever hear the pitter patter of tiny footsteps or see the leaves on trees rustling when there isn’t any wind? Well you’re probably lucky enough to have been very close to a fairy and this is just the right book for you!
This is the diary of Fairy Tracker Joe and is packed full of the magical discoveries he made in the enchanted Rabbitswood.
Things were going well for Joe until a letter arrived and he discovers he’s been tricked!
The beautifully hand-drawn illustrations and rhyming verse will develop children’s love of reading and spur their imaginations and creativity. It is the perfect book to read to young children or for older children to read and explore on their own. It could even be used as an educational resource e.g. map work in geography, or as a writing prompt to think about the stories of the fairies who live there.
The inspiration for Dairy Of A Fairy Tracker came from the brilliant fairy houses in Abbotswood, Romsey in Hampshire. Read more about them on my blog.
A Few Thanks 🙂
I take inspiration from everything around me. I am very lucky to have a brilliant circle of family and friends, who support and inspire me every day and without this turning into some kind of crazy acceptance speech, when I haven’t actually won anything I would just like to take this opportunity to say a few little thanks for my first book:
- Thanks to the creative and brilliant fairy house builders, who have not only inspired me to write, but have also brought magic and a spirit of adventure to the real life version of Rabbitswood…where ever that may be!
- Thanks to my husband Tim Piercy, who helped with most of the technical parts of getting this book to print. I know you may have slightly less hair than you did when you started, but I do appreciate all your help!
- Thanks mum for always being the person I can trust to proof read anything I write, for being a pure creative inspiration and for coming up with the name Rabbitswood.
- Thank you to author and friend, Tara Ford, who has helped me navigate the writers world…it’s always great to #authorvent 🙂 !
…end of weird acceptance speech!!