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A little bedtime Shakespeare: Mabel and the Queen of Dreams

Mabel and the Queen of Dreams, by Henry, Joshua, & Harrison Herz, (July 2016, Schiffer), $16.99, ISBN: 9780764351372

Recommended for ages 4-8

Little Mabel is an expert at not going to sleep. 707 more words

Preschool Reads


Ravenmarked was written by Amy Rose Davis, an indie writer in Portland, in 2011. A sequel titled Bloodbonded was released earlier this year. The genre is 100% fantasy–magic, myths, oaths, runes, curses, spells, and even shape shifting demigods. 477 more words



The leaf fairy looked around. “Grey castle? Sort of gloomy and made of rocks?”

The traveler nodded.

“You’re heading in the right direction. Keep traveling east through the ogre-infested thicket, then take a left at the river. 359 more words

All's Fair - Fair Folk Chronicles Book 4 - Great Winter Read!

Jeffrey Cook’s and Katherine Perkin’s 4th Book in the Fair Folk Chronicles, All’s Fair, was released in 2016 and is a perfect read for Winter. 116 more words


The Fairy Flute by Rose Fyleman (1921)

This week’s Random Book of the Week is a 1920s poetry collection for children, all about the little fairies that might live at the bottom of our gardens. 442 more words

Book Review

Flash Fiction Horror Collaboration: The Dark Fairy

This week: the conclusion of Chuck Wendig’s flash fiction horror collaboration.

I’ve gone with the supernaturally bent The Dark Fairy, started by Rosemary Carlson and StarNinja (feels like there’s a Guardians of the Galaxy joke in there somewhere). 3,262 more words

Flash Fiction

Welcome to PixiePaints

A Never fairy is born of a baby’s first laugh. I like to think that there is a fairy flitting happily around pixie hollow right now thanks to me. 175 more words