Great news – a new Chapter Book Series is being released on April 1! The Superfairies are a team of four fairies who use super powers to help the animals of Peaseblossom Woods when they are in trouble. My daughter and I couldn’t get enough of the Superfairies and wish there were more than four stories in Superfairies: Adventures in Peaseblossom Woods.The Superfairies live in the Cherry Blossom Tree. The Superfairy team is made up of Rose, Berry, Star, and Silk.
Rose blows super healing fairy kisses to animals to make them feel better. Her kisses can always calm the frightened animals while they rescue them.
Berry has super eyesight and can see for miles. She flies the fairycopter when it is needed, and uses her super eyesight to watch for danger.
Star can create a dazzling brightness when she spins around, to bring light to dark places.
Silk can make a web to help rescue the animals and keep them from danger. If an animal is in trouble, she can catch them in a web and keep them safe.
Superfairies: Adventures in Peaseblossom Woods has four stories in it—one for each season of the year. In each story, the fairies learn that an animal is in trouble and they work together to save the day.
In Spring, the animals are just emerging from their winter hibernations. Basil the Bear Cub wanders down to the river to play and gets his paw stuck on an old bridge. The animals call the Superfairies for help, and there is an exciting rescue scene. You’ll have to read the book to find out if the Superfairies are able to save Basil . . .
Summer brings the Peasebottom Woods Summer Fair and the annual dance contest. Dancer the Wild Pony gets upset about the dance contest and runs away, and it’s up to the Superfairies to bring her home!
When Autumn comes, so does the Autumn Queen, bringing along a big Autumn storm. The storm causes trouble for many of the animals. Poor little Martha Mouse is even blown away by the strong winds! The Superfairies need to work their super magic to solve this problem.
In Winter, snow covers Peasebottom Woods. The animals have fun in the snow until Violet the Velvet Rabbit gets into trouble. Fortunately, the animals are able to call the Superfairies—who might be able to help them (I don’t want to give away the ending!).
The Superfairies books hit everything just right for a young chapter book series. The books are very easy to read. They are short (each story is just under 50 pages) and have beautiful illustrations every few pages to keep kids interested. There is action, magic, and fun. I received an Advance Reading Copy of Superfairies: Adventures in Peaseblossom Woods in exchange for my honest review. I will definitely be on the look-out for the next Superfairies release!
Superfairies: Adventures in Peaseblossom Woods is written by Janey Louise Jones, who also writes the Princess Poppy series. She has a website devoted to the Princess Poppy series (www.princesspoppy.com), and is also online on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/janeylouise.jones.
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