By Phoebe Wahl
A woman searches for fairies in her yard and the woods past, following little clues and lines of magic. Fairies and different magical creatures are available on each web page, hidden one of the plants, timber and pebbles. yet even supposing readers can see them, the lady retains looking out, only one step behind... finally, it truly is transparent (both to the lady and readers) that there's magic throughout, even if it truly is hidden in simple sight.
Phoebe Wahl takes us deep into the realm of fairies, and her brilliant, multi-textured wooded area scenes are each piece as spell binding because the creatures therein. A gorgeously illustrated paean to mind's eye and the ordinary world.
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