FAIRY STORIES Easy All titles are shelved alphabetically by the author’s last name in the Easy section unless otherwise indicated
Dolan, Peggy. Mary and the Fairy. (Easy Reader Friel) Mary is sad because she has nothing to wear to the party, but the fairy who arrives on the scene and tries to help doesn't quite understand the problem.
Falconer, Ian. Olivia and the Fairy Princess. (Easy Falconer) Olivia is having an identity crisis! There are too many ruffly, sparkly princesses around these days, and Olivia has had quite enough. She needs to stand out! She has to be special! What will she be? Join Olivia on a hilarious quest for individuality in this latest book of the OLIVIA series, and rest assured, you won't find THIS pig in pink!
Gay, Marie Louise. Stella, Fairy of the Forest. (Easy Gay) Stella and her little brother Sam explore the forest, discovering new things at every turn and keeping their eyes open for fairies.
Graham, Bob. April and Esme, Tooth Fairies. (Easy Graham) On their first assignment, two young tooth fairy sisters journey by night into the huge world of humans to collect Daniel Dangerfield's tooth and fly it safely home.
Hague, Kathleen. Good Night, Fairies. (Easy Hague) At bedtime, a mother tells her curious child about the things that fairies do, like hang the stars in the evening sky and care for the toys that children have lost.
Krensky, Stephen. The Youngest Fairy Godmother Ever. (Easy Krensky) Mavis tries to pursue her goal of playing fairy godmother and granting wishes to those around her, but she finds the process trickier than she thought.
Palatini, Margie. Gone With The Wand : a fairy's tale. (Easy Palatini) When tooth fairy Edith B. Cuspid finds her friend Bernice Sparklestein, a fairy godmother, having a very bad wand day, she tries to cheer her up by suggesting Bernice try other fairy jobs.
Ray, Jane. The Dollhouse Fairy. (Easy Ray) Worried about her father's trip to the hospital, Rosy goes to play with the dollhouse he built for her and finds Thistle, a messy and mischievous fairy who needs a place to stay while her injured wing mends.
Shannon, David. Alice the Fairy. (Easy Shannon) Alice, who claims to be a Temporary Fairy, still has a lot to learn, such as how to make her clothes put themselves away in the closet.
Simmons, Jane. The Dreamtime Fairies. (Easy Simmons) Lucy, Bear, Jamie, and Floppy Rabbit fly across the ocean to find the Dreamtime Fairies, who will help them fall asleep.
Symes, Ruth Louise. The Sheep Fairy: when wishes have wings. (Easy Symes) A fairy helps Wendy Woolcoat, a sheep who is usually happy just to eat and sleep, realize her secret dream of flying.
Yolen, Jane. Come to the Fairies’ Ball. (Easy Yolen) All the fairies are excited to be invited to the King’s ball, except for one young fairy whose only party dress is in tatters.
Juvenile Fiction All titles are shelved alphabetically by the author’s last name in the Juvenile Fiction section.
Bachmann, Stefan. The Peculiar. (Juvenile Fiction Bachmann) After humans win the faery wars in England, a half-human, half-faery child, scorned by both races, finds himself at the center of a web of intrigue and danger when he is stalked by a sinister faery.
Barker, Cicely Mary. Adventures in Fairyopolis. (Juvenile Fiction Adventures) A wonderful treasury featuring five engaging Flower Fairies stories! Taken from the popular Flower Fairies chapter book series, this treasury of tales is illustrated throughout in black and white using Cicely Mary Barker's artwork. Every story opener has a full-color illustration that shows the Flower Fairies in their magical surroundings. Perfect for all fairy fans!
Blume, Lesley. Modern Fairies, Dwarves, Goblins and Other Nasties. (Juvenile Fiction Blume) A compendium of practical information and cautionary tales about fairies and other similar magical creatures that might be encountered in modern cities like New York, intended to help the child who may come into contact with them.
Booraem, Ellen. Small Persons With Wings. (Juvenile Fiction Booraem) When Mellie grandfather dies and leaves her family his run-down inn, she learns that for generations her family members have been fairy guardians, and now that the fairies want an important ring returned, the Turpins become involved in a series of magical adventures as they try to locate the missing ring.
DiTerlizzi, Tony. The Spiderwick Chronicles. Care and Feeding of Sprites. (Juvenile Fiction DiTerlizzi) Introduces the world of sprites and fairies through a review of their characteristics, mannerisms, lifestyle, habits, different names, and unique appearances.
Harrison, Michelle. 13 Treasures. (Juvenile Fiction Harrison) Bedeviled by evil fairies that only she can see, thirteen-year-old Tanya is sent to stay with her cold and distant grandmother at Elvesden Manor, where she and the caretaker's son solve a disturbing mystery that leads them to the discovery that Tanya's life is in danger. Other titles in the 13 Treasures Trilogy include 13 Curses and 13 Secrets.
Kessler, Liz. Philippa Fisher’s Fairy Godsister. (Juvenile Fiction Kessler) Philippa Fisher is just your average 11 year old. But that changes when Daisy, her fairy godsister, enters her life. Sequels to this include Philippa Fisher and the Dream-maker’s Daughter and Philippa Fisher and the Fairy’s Promise.
Levine, Gail Carson. Fairies and the quest for Never Land. (Juvenile Fiction Levine) Gwendolyn Carlisle loves fairies very much. When she receives a special necklace for her birthday (the one Peter Pan gave to Wendy Darling), she finds herself in Never Land where the fairies are trying to stop the destruction of Fairy Haven and Never Land.
Nesbit, Edith. Five Children and It. (Juvenile Fiction Nesbit) When four brothers and sisters discover a Psammead, or sand-fairy, in the gravel pit near the house where they are staying, they have no way of knowing all the adventures its wish-granting will bring them.
Petty, J. T. Clemency Pogue: Fairy Killer. (Juvenile Fiction Petty) When Clemency defends herself from an evil fairy by yelling “I don’t believe in fairies!” seven times, she doesn’t expect to take down six other good fairies. Now she and her sidekick must travel the world to set things right. Further titles in this series include The Hobgoblin Proxy and The Scrivener Bees.
Schlitz, Laura Amy. The Night Fairy. (Juvenile Fiction Schlitz) When Flory the night fairy's wings are broken and she can’t fly, she has to do everything differently.
Sullivan, Laura. Guardian of the Green Hill. (Juvenile Fiction Sullivan) After the Midsummer War ends, Meg Morgan faces a madman in the battle for control of the last bastion of fairies in England, aided by her siblings Rowan, Silly, and James, and American neighbors Dickie Rhys, and Finn Fachan.
Yolen, Jane. Curse of the Thirteenth Fey : the true tale of Sleeping Beauty. (Juvenile Fiction Yolen) Accident-prone, thirteen-year-old Gorse, the youngest fairy in her family, falls into a trap while on her way to the palace to bless the newborn princess, Talia, but arrives in time to give a gift which, although seemingly horrific, may prove to be a real blessing in this take-off on the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty.
Juvenile Nonfiction All titles are shelved by call number in the Juvenile Nonfiction section.
Antram, David. How To Draw Fairies. (Juvenile Nonfiction 743.8 An89h) Step-by-step instructions on drawing fairies.
Barker, Cicely Mary. Fairyopolis: a flower fairies journal. (Juvenile Nonfiction 398.45 F169p) Cicely Mary Barker's texts and illustrations are presented in what purports to be a secret journal kept by Barker during the summer of 1920.
Disney. Learn to Draw the Fairies of Pixie Hollow. (Juvenile Nonfiction 741.51 L479d). Teaches you to draw your favorite fairies from the Disney series!
Gardner, Sally. The Fairy Tale Catalog: everything you need to make a fairy tale. (Juvenile Nonfiction 398.2 G176f). A catalog explains how to plan a fairy tale wedding, discover if one's frog is actually a prince, and locate such necessary props as wands, spinning wheels, picnic baskets, and magic mirrors.
Hague, Michael. The Book of Fairies. (Juvenile Nonfiction 808.8 B644h). A collection of stories and poems about fairies.
Johnson, J. The Truth About Fairies. (Juvenile Nonfiction 398.2 J633t) Have you ever wondered what fairies look like, where they live, or what kinds of tricks they play? Fly through this book to find out the truth about fairies.
Losure, Mary. The Fairy Ring, or, Elsie and Frances Fool the World. (Juvenile Nonfiction 398.45 L899f) Relates the story of two cousins who believed they saw real fairies, created photographs using paper cutouts when they were teased by adult family members, and inadvertently drew the attention of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a fellow believer.
Redmond, Shirley Raye. Fairies: A True Story. (Juvenile Nonfiction 398.1 R248f) Stories from several countries and cultures the have stories about fairies. Two girls said fairies were real-they had proof! They had photographs of each other playing with fairies! People began believing and the girls' hometown was visited by people who were searching for fairies.
Schuette, Sarah. Princesses and Fairy Tales: A Spot-It Challenge. (Juvenile Nonfiction 793.93 Sch79p) Simple text invites the reader to find hidden objects in fairy tale-themed photographs.
Sexton, Brenda. You Can Draw Fairies and Princesses. (Juvenile Nonfiction 743.44 Se917y) Easy to follow instructions on drawing beautiful fairies and princesses.
Series 100 Cupboards (Juvenile Fiction Wilson) Airy Fairy (Juvenile Fiction Ryan) Barbie Fairies (Easy Reader Barbie) Cold Cereal Saga (Juvenile Fiction Rex) Disney Fairies (Juvenile Fiction Disney and Easy Reader Disney)
Fairy Poetry (Juvenile Nonfiction 821 B241f) Fairy School (Juvenile Fiction Herman) Fairy Realm (Juvenile Fiction Rodda) Fairy Godmother Academy (Juvenile Fiction Boazarth) Rainbow Magic (Juvenile Fiction Meadows) The Underworld Chronicles (Juvenile Fiction Nielsen) JLP/KW 03/14