Monday, February 18, 2013

Book Review: Fairy May


Fairy May dreams of one day becoming a tooth fairy but she struggles at school and always seems to get things wrong. With hard work and determination she prepares for her test. Will she realise her dream and become a tooth fairy?

Overall Thoughts:
A wonderful story that teaches children the importance of not giving up and also having the will to move forward even if things are tough. Kids will learn that sometimes we have teachers who push us and it might feel like they don't like you, but that is okay. You just have to work hard and do your very best. The teacher in the book shows how proud she is of Fairy May for trying her best in the end.

We also love how the book covers properly taking care of your teeth. We hope this will encourage children to not only brush their teeth once, but twice daily and to floss them as well.



Written and Illustrated by Jo Linsdell
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing
ISBN-10: 1481951424
ISBN-13: 978-1481951425


About the author:
Jo Linsdell is a best selling author and illustrator, award winning blogger and freelance writer. Originally from the UK, she now lives in Rome, Italy with her husband and their two young sons.




Author website: www.JoLinsdell.com
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