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Children Book Review: Jethro Byrd, Fairy Child

We enjoyed this books, who wouldn't little fairies, tea parties and festivals.

We enjoyed this books, who wouldn't little fairies, tea parties and festivals :)

Mom's or Dad's maybe you can relate to the parents in this story. I did because at some times our daily life does take control of ourbelief in fairies. And it wasn't until I realized sometimes I am that Dad just checking the emails or messages and saying "yes, yes" without really seeing or listening to what my son was saying.

Annabelle is a beautiful girl and her belief in the fairies and excitement in her new friend was very encouraging. We loved the little family trailer and wanted to taste the wonderful cakes shared attea time. Too bad we all couldn't go on to the fairy Festival.

Let us know if you do believe in fairies and how much you enjoyed the book. Email us at jmclozano@gmail.com

Keep your faith in fairies alive!

Happy Reading,

Jennifer



Product Description (from Amazon)

From the creator of MAX—a PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Best Book—comes a whimsical reminder that a family of fairies can be found in the unlikeliest of places, if you have the time to look

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 - even under her baby brother, Sam. 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 truckamong some discarded bottles and cans. What a wonderful chance to invite all the Byrds for tea with Mommy and Daddy! But why, Annabelle wonders - as the fairies fiddle and sing and dance and whistle away among the cake crumbs - are she and Sam the only ones who can see them?

Bob Graham is back, as magical as ever, with a wry tale about the rewards of paying attention - and the marvelous discoveries to be made by seeing the world through the wide-open eyes of a child.

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