It's no secret that fairies are a big deal here at Where Wishes HQ. We have lots of fairy related adventures, celebrations and even have our very own house-fairy, Leaf. We adopted Leaf through The Irish Fairy Door Company and he's become an important part of our family since. He's never left out of any seasonal celebrations and gets lots of notes and treats left out for him. In return he often leaves little notes and treats, of his own, for Lile and Sábha. He also earns his keep by blowing away any bad dreams that might come to frighten them in the night.
I was thrilled when the Irish Fairy Door Company asked me to review their newest book - The Fairy Force - and knew the girls would love to get their hands on it and share their thoughts too. We really enjoyed their first book -The Fairy Who Saved Christmas - and had high hopes for this one.
The story focuses on a fairy called Henry who is struggling to keep his human friend Ben's bad dreams at bay. When he realises he is no longer able to help his beloved friend, he calls for help from the most qualified bad-dream-fighting fairies in all the world -
This magical story has been written by Aoife Lawler and features hand painted illustrations by Finn Daly. There are 36 pages of pictures and text, with full colour illustrations throughout. It's a story to be enjoyed, by boys and girls, over and over again.
To buy your own copy, for just €7.95, you can click HERE or look out for it at your local book/toy shop. Be sure to follow The Irish Fairy Door Company on Facebook and Twitter too, for the latest news from The National Fairy Council.
The generous people at the Irish Fairy Door Company have also provided me with a copy of The Fairy Force to give away to one of my lovely readers - so please enter the competition, using the gadget below if you'd like to be in with a chance to win.
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Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of The Fairy Force for the purposes of review and another copy to give away. All opinions are my own (and my girls'!) and I was not paid to give them.
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