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Mackey Stanley (Reviewer) has just reviewed The Fairy in the Kettle.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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The Fairy in the Tea Kettle is one of the most beautifully illustrated children’s books I’ve read in ages! That alone would reason enough to purchase this delightful story for any child, but the story is beautiful as well!

I don’t often read or buy new children’s books, however, I’m creating a series of Fairy gardens in my Inn and wanted to add books for the kids to read. The Fairy in the Kettle was the perfect choice! It is a story about differences and acceptance and living in harmony, all told seamlessly without preaching or judgement. But, again, I was mesmerized by the pictures and I know that the kids will be as well! I wholeheartedly recommend this book.

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Paul Franco (Reviewer) has just reviewed The Fairy in the Kettle.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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Told in bright watercolors, this story features a fairy named Leona Rose—living in Fairyland, of all places—who’s happy all the time, partially because she lives in a kettle. She’s decorated it from all the stuff she finds in the forest, painting her walls and making her bed and all kinds of goody stuff. Even the sound of rain on her metal roof made her want to dance, though it irritates her neighbors. That changes when the town is suddenly in need of a storm shelter.
That’s quite an imagination this author has, to come up with this story. Everything is perfect, from the art to the plot to the words. One of the best children’s books I’ve ever seen.




Marie Longton (Librarian) has just reviewed The Fairy in the Kettle.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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Delightfull colours and drawings and a very positive story featuring friendship and mutual aid. What else do you need for your kids ?



Donna Maguire has just reviewed The Fairy in the Kettle.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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This was a cute story and I really liked the drawings and can see that these would definitely be a hit with younger children, particularly little girls. Can really see it becoming a favourite read.



Penny Olsen has just reviewed The Fairy in the Kettle.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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I received an electronic copy of this book from Netgalley in return for an honest review.
This is a lovely story about a fairy who lives in a kettle. Her fairy friends are not so impressed with the kettle, until one day there is a terrible wind and rainstorm and everyone must take refuge in the kettle. All the fairies are safe and warm and end of having a great dance party in the kettle. My 7 year-old loved it and said the illustrations were magnificent.



Lori has just reviewed The Fairy in the Kettle.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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Bramble Glen is home to Leona and her fairy friends. Leona lives in a beautifully blue kettle and happily dances in her home to the pitter patter of rain drops. But, she is shielded from natures storms. One evening while the fairies were flying over Buttercup Brook, the rains came pouring down. Leona was safe in her kettle but the fairies outside were miserable. When she realized this, she offers them shelter in her home. This sweet read with vivid illustrations is about compassion and friendship. I reviewed this for Net Galley



5.0 out of 5 stars A magical, delightful tale

By Craig M Sisterson on 13 Jun. 2017

Format: Paperback

This is an absolutely delightful children’s book that’s strong across the board: vivid, whimsical illustrations, a lovely story, a great layout that is eye-catching both in words and pictures, and some nice underlying themes about being true to yourself and how there is value in many things. I can see this becoming a ‘read again, again Daddy’ favourite for my two-year-old.

Leona the fairy lives in a kettle in the forest. She loves her home – it’s perfect for her – though the other fairies don’t understand why she’d want to live in something that’s so noisy when it rains. But Leona is undeterred, loving her life and her home, and as a storm hits her fellow fairies come to realise the value in being different.

Tait has created a wonderful wee story for little ones, that is fun to read aloud, and with a really magical sense of fun in the illustrations (quite a different style to many kids’ books, but lovely). There are also some really nice and healthy themes bubbling away underneath.

Great stuff all around.

5.0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous Book and Adorable Fairy Story!
12 Jun. 2017
By Van Published on
Format: Kindle Edition

This book was provided by NetGalley for review. I read the Kindle version.

Gorgeous illustrations and adorable story! Great as a gift for adults or children. Highly recommend this beautiful book about fairies. Hope there are other books using these same characters in the future!


By Paddi on 8 Jun. 2017

Format: Kindle Edition

Leona the fairy is positive she’s the luckiest and happiest fairy in Bramble Glen. She lives in her dream home – which happens to be a cast iron kettle. She loves it especially when it rains…..the kettle protects her fragile wings from the elements and she can dance to the rhythm of the rain. But her fairy pals really hate it. Until one night a raging storm hit Bramble Glen….

A sweet and gentle story that will appeal to little girls. There’s some nice touches that my daughter loved regarding the decoration if the kettle (think Changing Rooms​ meets Naturewatch). The illustrations are very pretty and engaging. A great book to read to your toddler or to encourage an older girl to read.
I received this from Netgalley for an honest review.

4.0 out of 5 stars A Magical Fairy Story
15 Jun. 2017
By Grateful Grandma Published on
Format: Kindle Edition

Leona the fairy lives in a kettle in the fairy village of Bramble Glen. She loves her home and thinks it is the best one in the village. She loves the way it is decorated as well as the musical sounds the rain plays on it. The other fairies, disagree, they think it is far too noisy when it rains. When a storm hits the village, the fairies head to Leona’s kettle for refuge and quickly change their tune.

This is a delightful children’s book. The illustrations are large, vivid and colourful. They show that whimsical fairy world. I loved that there were both male and female fairies. The messages in the book range from helping your friends to being strong and true in your belief, it is okay to be different and like different things. This is a cute story to read aloud to young children, especially those who love fairies and magic. I can see this being read to Kindergarten children and talking about Leona and her friends liking different things but still being friends. A great addition to a family and class library. The publisher generously provided me with a copy of this book via Netgalley.


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