Review “Fairy May” by Jo Linsdell

FAIRY MAY by Jo Linsdell
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing
Publication Date: Feb. 1, 2013
ISBN-10: 1481951424
ISBN-13: 978-1481951425
Pages: 32
Review Copy from: Author
Edition: ARC PDF
My Rating: 5

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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 realize her dream and become a tooth fairy?
My Thoughts and Opinion:
When my sons were young I would read to them every day, being it for pleasure and/or a learning tool.  Books were an important element in their development and growth. We had fun books and then there were the “teaching” books on a particular subject for their appropriate age group.  Some examples were books on sharing, being a big brother, starting school, potty training and even where do babies come from.  And because it has been many years since I have had the opportunity to read such a book, I was delighted when the author asked me to read and review her book.
Fairy May is a story of a little fairy who’s dream is to become a tooth fairy.   However, she is too young and inexperienced, but learns if she works hard, she could attain her goals.
This is a book that definitely would have been on our shelves when my boys were young.  The message is of working hard to make dreams become reality.  The illustrations, also by the author, were phenomenal and the colors appealing.  I know that when the day comes, and I start a library for my grandchildren, this book will be on the shelf.  I highly recommend this to all that have a little one in their lives. 
(2013 Challenges: Count The Ways, A-Z, FreeReads, 52 in 52, Outdo Yourself, Read-A-Latte)

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2 thoughts on “Review “Fairy May” by Jo Linsdell

  1. This is too cute. I would defintiely review a book like this! 🙂 Thanks for sharing. I’m making a note. Maybe I can find it when I get my Kindle which is getting closer WOO HOO!

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