The Golden Winged Fairy

The Golden Winged Fairy Winner Moonbeam Children s Silver Award Winner Mom s Choice Gold AwardFinalist Foreword Indies Award in Children s Picture Books Early ReaderFinalist Benjamin Franklin Award in the Best

  • Title: The Golden Winged Fairy
  • Author: Lala Fae
  • ISBN: 9780990852735
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Winner, Moonbeam Children s Silver Award Winner, Mom s Choice Gold AwardFinalist, 2016 Foreword Indies Award in Children s Picture Books, Early ReaderFinalist, 2017 Benjamin Franklin Award in the Best New Voice in Children s Lorelei wants nothing than to be like the Silver Moon Fairies to gather moonbeams at midnight, stardust by starlight, and dance by the light of tWinner, Moonbeam Children s Silver Award Winner, Mom s Choice Gold AwardFinalist, 2016 Foreword Indies Award in Children s Picture Books, Early ReaderFinalist, 2017 Benjamin Franklin Award in the Best New Voice in Children s Lorelei wants nothing than to be like the Silver Moon Fairies to gather moonbeams at midnight, stardust by starlight, and dance by the light of the moon But she never joins in, ashamed of the thing that makes her different her one golden wing When she attempts to mask the color of her wing and a storm uncovers its golden glow, the other fairies help her discover how truly special she is With artwork highlighted by silver and gold foil, this book reveals the sensitive side of nature and will inspire all to celebrate their differences and glow golden true.

    One thought on “The Golden Winged Fairy”

    1. While I may be a little biased (my wife did the artwork), I think this book is amazing. I cannot wait to read it to my daughter. Excellent story, excellent art. Just a great children's book all around.

    2. Another fun book that studies the importance of accepting who you are as a unique individual and that what holds us back from joining in is most often ourselves. And a beautiful fantasy retelling basically of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. The writing was simple and easy to follow with a bit of prose thrown into it. As a result it did a wonderful job in conveying the reader to this magical night world that we never get to see and experience while at the same time adding just the right amount of [...]

    3. The Golden Winged Fairy is filled with gorgeous artwork. The story is simple enough for ages 0-6 and is quite inspiring as a little fairy who doesn't fit in, turns out to save the day in fairy land. Your children, especially the girls, will love the pictures and the story. This is a wonderful example of excellent Indie writing and publishing. Great job Lala Fae! Keep up the good work!

    4. I received this book free through first reads. Acceptance of differences (others and your own) is an important lesson. My ten year old daughter enjoyed reading this story and pointing out the observations she made throughout the story. The limited colors in the illustration are done in an effective way to highlight the lesson for the readers.

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