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Elves and Fairies

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  • The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs here by Donna at 32 pages
  • The Faerie’s Gift here by The Well-Read Child
  • Stella, Fairy of the Forest here at Through the Looking Glass Children’s Book Reviews
  • The Night Fairy here by the Book Aunt
  • The Dreamtime Fairies here at Kirkus Reviews
  • Shoemaker and the Elves and how that links to Sally Gardner’s The Real Fairy Storybook
  • a review of the lovely sounding Small Persons with Wings by Ellen Booraem
  • a review of Michelle Harrison’s The Thirteen Treasures
  • a great round up of fairy books that might be described as classics
  • review of Racketty Packetty House (“Toy Story meets Downton Abbey” with lots of fairies) by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • the fairies in various Enid Blyton books and also ‘Flax the Feral Fairy’ by Tiffany Mandrake
  • Catherynne M. Valente’s The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making
  • review of The Mystery of the Fool and The Vanisher by David and Ruth Ellwand
  • Child Led Chaos there is a great round up of a series of Goblins’ books by David Melling
  • review of Brigitta of the White Forest by Danika Dinsmore
  • review of Faeries of Dreamdark: Blackbringer by Laini Taylor
  • review of A Fairy Went A-Marketing,” a poem by Rose Fyleman, illustrated by Jamichael Henterly
  • Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Fairy Poems compiled by Stephen W. Hines and illustrated by Richard Hull
  • a review of The Elf’s Hat by Brigette Weninger
  • The Fairyland Olympics is reviewed by Yvonne at ‘Babbleabout’
  • Yvonne has a second review – The Demon’s Watch by Conrad Mason
  • review of Reckless by Cornelia Funke, over at the online children’s book magazine Armadillo
  • Se7en has an amazing round up of fairy goodness
  • Mary at Books YA Love has a review of Enchanted by Alethea Kontis.
  • childhood favourites with a fairy theme can be found over at Natasha’s blog most amazing fairy toadstool cakes
  • The Teeny Weeny Walking Stick by Karen Hodgson, illustrated by Sally Anne Lambert is also reviews by Natasha

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    17 Responses

    1. Elli

      My problem with fairies (and I emphasise that it’s my problem, not that of the fairies themselves) is that they’ve been tainted in recent years by association with rainbow fairy magic saccharine vomit-inducing pink stuff. So now when I think fairies the first words that spring to mind are ‘Glitter!’ ‘Sparkle!’ ‘Inanity!’. Which is a great shame, as of course traditionally fairies have been made of much darker things. Maybe we need to start a movement to reclaim for fairies their proper place (although why, with their magic, they can’t do that themselves is beyond me. Honestly, fairies these days…). I’m posting a poem tomorrow featuring fairies, if anyone’s interested.
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    2. Polly

      I agree completely Elli- think it’s a twentieth century phenomenon. They were much darker creatures once upon a time and now I want some nice academic/historical analysis of fairies through time/different cultures. Can anyone help?
      Zoe, so many different link ups from me- apologies- and promise that’s the end of them!
      Polly recently posted..Mustering Fairies- Part 3 Blyton and beyond

    3. Myra from GatheringBooks

      Hi Zoe, I realized after I am now looking into our archives – that we haven’t really done much by way of elves and fairies (surprise, surprise) – by that I mean highlighting exclusively narratives about elves and fairies, but I think I’d be able to find two or three that I could share with you here. 🙂
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    4. Janelle @ Brimful Curiosities

      I added one of our favorites, A Fairy Went A-Marketing. The post is from our archives but it’s a book that we decided to purchase after reading the library copy. The illustrations are enchanting. This fairy is not at all dark and not all that glittery–instead she’s helpful and caring. Amazingly enough the book is based on a poem by Rose Fyleman from around 1920, maybe 1918. I hope to post about another of our favorite fairy books later in the week.

    5. Fred

      A bunch of great books about elves ,fairies , leprechaun and so on have been written and magically illustrated by Pierre Dubois the “elficologue” from Brittany (a famous land for legends about small world people). I have just checked on amazon that some of his most recent books are available in their english translation including
      “The Complete Encyclopedia of Elves, Goblins, And Other Little Creatures” or “The Great Encyclopedia of Faeries”. Texts are full of wit and erudition and Illustrations are sublim and do not constrain but rather feed imagination.
      Maybe out of subject but I can not resist.. “Nononba” from Shigeru Mizuki (also available in english, the book written in the 50’s has won the greatest prise in the comics books festival in Angouleme a few years ago). The bokk is composed of short stories that all include “Yokais” ( japanese night creatures which can be either nice or mean) in a rural neighbourhood in post-war japan. Also the story of the deep relationship between a boy and his grandmother who taughts him everything about yokais (sometimes purposely such as the story of the dirty laundry’s Yokai)

    6. choxbox

      Lovely round-up!

      Happy to see a book I picked up at a used books shop – The Elf’s Hat! And agree about Laura Ingalls Wilder – did not know she wrote poetry.

    7. Ali B

      What a great collection of books! I agree, Elli and Polly, fairies have become “Disneyfied” in recent years. There are some great books for slightly older readers with more dangerous fairies- Michelle Harrison’s Thirteen Treasures trilogy being good examples. I also love Eoin Colfer’s Artemis Fowl series, which he has dubbed Die Hard with fairies.
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    8. Stacey

      Such a wonderfully glorious collection! And I couldn’t agree with Elli more… all I think about are those darn Rainbow Magic Fairies and I get nearly sick. I volunteer in our school library when my daughter’s kindergarten class is there and the girls just clamor to get their hands on the Rainbow Magic Fairies… I can’t wait to get this list to our librarian. Hopefully, she will be able to direct the girl to some of these instead!

    9. Gail

      I used to have a large picture book of fairies ( in the 1940s & it was probably second hand! )It was so big ( to me ) that I read it while kneeling on the floor with the book against the wall. The pictures were wonderful. Does anyone recognise this? Would anyone know the name or publisher? I’m in U.K. Best wishes, Gail

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