Fairy May-by Jo Linsdell-Book Review

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What child doesn’t like a tooth fairy? Most kids have quite a positive idea of what a tooth fairy does and they believe that she can make our lives so much better. All we have to ask her.

Fairy May in Jo’s story lives up to this name quite well. She is kind, giving, loved by all, and cute with her rosy pink cheeks and cherry red lips and her golden flowing hair. But she has one person who doesn’t like her like most do. Now who would that be….

Her teacher at school finds a lot wrong with little Fairy May. She gets her magic lessons wrong, and spilled her fairy dust, among other things. But little Fairy May wants to become a tooth fairy. And she doesn’t allow her teacher’s attitude towards her have any negative impact on her dream. You see, Fairy May is determined to pass her test and get her diploma. Does she make her dream come true?

This book will show children the importance of determination and perseverance. It will also show children that they should dream big and work hard, and if they do these two things they can achieve anything that they put their mind and heart to. What a great message for kids!

The illustrations are so well done too. Jo is a gifted artist and she knows exactly how to bring the book’s message to life throughout the pages of her book! GREAT job Jo! I can’t wait to see read your next book.

Jo Linsdell is a best selling author and illustrator, award winning blogger and freelance writer. Originally from the UK, she now lives in Rome, Italy with her husband and their two young sons.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth
Author and Editor as well as Reviewer

Author website: http://www.JoLinsdell.com

Contact details:
Email: webmaster@jolinsdell.com

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One Response to Fairy May-by Jo Linsdell-Book Review

  1. Jo Linsdell says:

    Thanks for such a wonderful review Irene. I’m so glad you liked Fairy May. Oh and I’m currently working on another two children’s picture books so you shouldn’t have to wait too long 😉

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