Wild Fairies #1: Daisy's Decorating Dilemma

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Rodale Kids
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6.5 X 8.3 X 0.6 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author

Brandi Dougherty is the author of the New York Times best-selling picture book The Littlest Pilgrim along with six other Littlest tales. She's also written three middle grade novels, a Pixar picture book, and four books in Giada de Laurentiis's Recipe for Adventure series. She lives in Los Angeles where she wrangles two adorable kids and one crazy dog with her husband, Joe. Visit www.brandidougherty.com.

Renée Kurilla has illustrated many books for kids, including Orangutanka, by Margarita Engle and The Pickwicks' Picnic, by Carol Brendler. She lives in the woods just south of Boston; the perfect place to search for wild fairies!


"Event coordinator Daisy must find a theme for the Blossom Bash that will please everyone. While the current abundance of rain will benefit the flowers, it also poses a challenge: The accelerated, early bloom gives them less time than usual to prepare. Each fairy suggests their own flower or color to decorate Sugar Oak, putting Daisy in the unenviable role of being the deciding vote...In Kurilla's frequent, full-color illustrations, Daisy is depicted with brown skin and blonde curls, and other fairies have skin and hair of all the colors of the rainbow; one fairy in the primary cast is male. Information about honey follows the story, as does a recipe, a dramatis personae, and some games...an optimistic, upbeat story."--Kirkus