A collection of stories and poems about fairies, including an excerpt from James Barrie's
"Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens," Hans Christian Andersen's "Thumbelina," and
Christina Rossetti's "Goblin Market." 2000.
McCann, Michelle R.
Describes various types of fairies from around the world and suggests related activities,
recipes, and crafts. 2001.
Walker, Paul Robert
Rumpelstiltskin (Germany) -- One-inch boy (Japan) -- My friend, the nisse (Denmark) --
The capture of summer (North America) -- People of the rock (South Africa) --
The golden ball (Wales) -- Laka and the Menehune (Hawaiian Islands) --
The red-ribbon leprechaun (Ireland). 1997.
Batt, Tanya Robyn
Stories, poems and snippets of faerie lore from Great Britain and Ireland. 2002.
A guide from the International Sprite League on how to recognize true sprites, how to
catch them, and how to care for them and keep them happy. 2006.
Intricate and spell-binding illustrations and a delightful text evoke the magical world of
fairies, discussing how to summon them to your garden, how they weave spider webs,
and other whimsical fantasies. 1999.
Contains faery origins, nature spirits, faery helpers, tricksters, angelic faeries,
& rituals & recipes. 2002.
Explores Flower Fairies fashion including hair, hats, outfits and accessories. 2004.
Presents instructions for how to sew different fairy themed objects and crafts, including
information on basic sewing steps and stitches. 2006.
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. 1999.
Barker, Cicely Mary
Illustrated poems depict the fairies who live among the plants. 1990.
Barker, Cicely Mary
The Flower Fairies reveal their own secret neighborhoods and homes as they show readers
how they decorate with carpets of petals or moss, how Nasturtium and Zinnia flowers
can be used as canopies, and how a slumber leaf is made from the leaf
of a Sweet Chestnut tree. 2005.
Banks, Lynne Reid
A rebellious fairy named Tiki, already in trouble for breaking the rule against wearing jeans,
risks the further wrath of the Fairy Queen by trying to fulfill a human's special
request for help. 1985.
When a twelve-year-old evil genius tries to restore his family fortune by capturing
a fairy and demanding a ransom in gold, the fairies fight back with magic, technology,
and a particularly nasty troll. 2001.
Hahn, Mary Downing
Having just moved into the West Virginia home they inherited from a distant relative,
twelve-year-old Jen is surprised that her father is already dating a local antiques
dealer, but more surprised by what the spooky woman really wants. 2006.
Levine, Gail Carson
Prilla, the unusual new fairy in Neverland, finds her mettle, Mother Dove's wisdom,
and Tinker Bell's courage tested by many trials, including a hurricane, a selfish fairy,
and Captain Hook. 2005.
McGraw, Eloise Jarvis
Feeling that she is neither fully human nor "Folk," a changeling learns her true identity
and attempts to find the human child whose place she had been given. 1996.
As a terrible storm rages, ten-year-old Dinah and her brother and sister listen to their
cousin Gage's tale of a newly-hatched, orphaned, skibberee, or tooth fairy, called
What-the-Dickens, who hopes to find a home among the skibbereen tribe, if only
he can stay out of trouble. 2007.
After watching the Explorer Birds pass her by, Beck uses some of Vidia's enhanced fairy
dust to help her fly faster so she can travel with the birds beyond the boundaries
of Never Land. 2007.
After lying to spare a friend's feelings, Prilla, a mainland-visiting, clapping-talent fairy,
finds herself spending a day as a butterfly herder, while strange things keep
happening to her. 2007.