This book tell the story of a fairy on an adventure. Discovering the wonderful world of nature.Speaking to the animals and plants around her. Enjoying and observing wildlife. She also goes underwater to explore marine life. This book is fill of vibrant colorful pictures with great details of nature. Ages 3 to 7

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Ethaze and the Shadow Court

Ethaze now knows the truth – her mother was traded to the Fae. Determined to rescue her, Ethaze learns of the uneasy truce between Gods, Faeries and the protectors of mankind – the Blacksmith Order of Gafannon. But the Shadow Court lurk in the Void, waiting to be released from their prisons to once more reignite the ages old war. But Ethaze can’t help but to be drawn into the space between the planes of existence to discover what was hidden.

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Cassidy and the Lost Fairy of Allerton

Cassidy is bored. Very bored. None of Mommy’s and Daddy’s ideas sound fun, certainly not taking a walk in an elaborate park full of art and colorful flowers.

When no one else is looking, though, Cassidy spies a fluttering fairy peeking out from an evergreen hedge. Can Dayana help Cassidy see all the beauty and excitement around her?

This fairy tale is set in the beautiful Allerton Park & Retreat Center in Central Illinois. It will spark the imaginations of children and young readers age 4-8.

Early praise:

“I am an elementary reading teacher in Albany, WI and have three grandchildren in (or almost in) this age range.  My granddaughter would adore this book.  She has a vivid imagination, so this book would certainly spark her interest.  I love the dialogue between Dayana and Cassidy.  It would make for a great writing lesson on the skill. I also enjoyed all of the adjectives that describe actions, feelings, and objects in this story.  The illustrations are absolutely gorgeous and contribute greatly to the story. This book is one that I would genuinely enjoy sharing with the students at my school.  It is well written – and just an enjoyable story.” ~ Melissa

“It was absolutely enchanting. The illustrations are lovely and have just enough detail to drawn a young reader in, but not overwhelm them.” ~ Susan

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The Last Fairy Door

What if magic can’t solve everything?

When ten-year-old Amy discovers an injured fairy in her grandmother’s barn, she learns that magic is real, and she’s determined to find a cure to save her father’s life.


But venturing through the door to Titania, it’s soon clear that all is not well in the land of fairies, and her quest is not nearly as simple as she thought.


Caught in the conflict between the fairy queen and her struggling subjects, Amy must decide between dooming all fairies forever or destroying her last hope of saving her father.

Will she make the right choice?

Don’t miss The Last Fairy Door, the first book in the Fairies of Titania series by N. A. Davenport. This middle-grade fantasy is perfect for young fans of adventure, mystery, and magic. Order your copy now!

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WINGING IT

Sixteen-year-old Zach discovers his mom is a fairy godmother. But what’s really freaking him out is the fact that he’s a fairy too. Now that his mom’s been injured, he must finish her assignments before the next full moon or they’re both grounded, meaning no wings, no wands, and no position in the Organization of Destiny Fulfillment (ODF). Sure it would suck to lose his newfound powers, but Zach quickly learns there’s far more at stake. Failure also means messing up the lives of the people he’s supposed to help.
Forever.
Between a fairy-trainee who happens to be the girl he’s been in love with since fifth grade, a boss he doesn’t trust, and a gremlin physics teacher that wants to eat him, Zach’s pretty sure even a magic wand can’t bail him out.

Winging It has been a featured book on WATTPAD and here are just a few of the comments from readers:

“ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! BRAVO BRAVO! I sincerely, really loved this book. What was funny is I went out on a wing from werewolf and tried out fantasy and I love it. Your book inspires me to read more fantasy. Excellent story telling.”

“Amazing, absolutely amazing. What a beautiful ending.”

“I love this ending! It leaves just enough loose ends that imagination can fill in the gaps. Whatever happens next, I’m glad I somehow found this amazing book!”

“This was one of the best books I’ve ever read please make a sequel!!”

“I really enjoyed the book! And i spent like two whole days reading it.. i couldnt put it down at all XD

And like everyone else if like to read a sequel… soo….SEQUEL!!”

Knight of Cups: A Fae Magic adventure

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A ghostly medieval knight and a creepy curse spoil the summer.

Brigit, a fae dryad, and Jib, her talking cat, become trapped in a haunted French chateau. They quickly become embroiled in a creepy family mystery with ties to the medieval myths and legends of the Holy Grail.

“I also had an interesting time,” the True Beast said, ignoring the materialization of the knight. “This family is under a curse.”

“Duh,” said Brigit, warily eyeing the ghost who was floating about a foot off the ground. “This guy probably knows something about it.”

Taking Brigit at her word, the knight began to speak, “For three days, I shall warn those at the Château du Puis. On the third night, one of you will die.”

The púca commented, “Sounds like we will be leaving tomorrow.”

Between the bizarre dinner ritual and unearthly screaming from the cellar, can the two break the Dupois curse before it claims another victim?

A contemporary fantasy – this Fae Magic adventure short story is a standalone tale using characters from the YA fantasy, Never Date a Siren – the College Fae Magic Series, book #1.

Soulbound

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Living in the quaint farming village of Brittendell offered a simple life of home and family. When Aislynn, the daughter of a local farmer, and Rorin, the son of a wealthy horse trader, married, another charming love story enlivened the tranquil town. Aislynn and Rorin were profoundly connected, but their relationship came to a screeching halt when Rorin was killed in a tragic accident. Their bond sends Aislynn into a spiraling depression as she continues sensing Rorin’s presence. Soon, Aislynn finds herself thrust into a dangerous world of magic filled with hobgoblins, elves, and wizards. When Aislynn is captured by the future king of Venallis and forced to help him uncover a mysterious magical artifact she discovers that fate has far greater plans for her than she ever imagined. Perhaps death is not always the end.