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When there's trouble in Peaseblossom Woods it's up to the Superfairies to save the day! Rose, Berry, Star, and Silk use teamwork to rescue animals in distress, bringing together their unique superskills, petal power, and lots of love.
"...the full-color artwork's cheery palette and use of textures and patterns, as well as the friendly, rounded animal forms and spindly fairies, hold great appeal. An aesthetically pleasing fairy-fix." - Kirkus Reviews
February 15, 2017
"There are some recurring characters, and each short story has a definitive moral or message. The frequent, beautiful illustrations, full of vivid color and playful detail, nicely enhance the text and occasionally contain some of the prose. Jones’ cute, inventive descriptions of their tools and environment paint a lively picture of the superfairies’ world. Beginning readers who love all things Disney will find a similar style of story here." - Booklist
February 1, 2017
"Superfairies is a fun set of four stories, one for each season of the year. The four fairies—Star, Berry, Rose, and Silk—tend to the animals around Peaseblossom Woods, rescuing them from whatever trouble they get into. The enchanting stories are accompanied by whimsical illustrations of the fairies and their animal friends. Children ages five to eight will be thoroughly entertained and may not even notice that they are practicing their reading skills." - Foreward Reviews
November 1, 2016
Janey Louise Jones has been a published author for ten years. Her Princess Poppy series is an international bestselling brand, with books translated into ten languages including Hebrew and Mandarin. Janey is a graduate of Edinburgh University and lives in Edinburgh with her three sons.
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