Fairytale this – Fairytale that- Fairytales here-Fairytales there
The truth is that Fairies are everywhere! The seers and believers no longer have to convince the wider public with the fascination or wonder that Fairies exist or not. Clearly they do!
Fairytale- Sweet Pea Fairy
Any time something amazing happens, be it a birth, wedding, sports or special event, it is now an accepted colloquialism of English conversation and written language to enchant good news with the added smile elevating the event to ‘Fairytale‘ status so lets have more Fairytales and dance into light!
The Adventures of Petalwink the Fairy® is a character education brand that is anchored in Petalwink’s empowering positive message for girls to believe in themselves and the greater good. Join Petalwink on her journey of self-discovery through realizing the value of her own talents, her self-worth, and the confidence that comes in being generous to others. The series is written in rhyme and illustrated in bright fanciful watercolors. Written and illustrated by husband and wife teamAngela and Whit Larson, these books available either in hard or soft cover versions are eminently suitable for story telling to children from two years old upwards expanding a childs imagination, learning kindness and teaching thoughtfulness and compassion for others. These books come highly recommended to open the heart of love in families for the common good and understanding of those who may not be so fortunate and need a helping hand.
Swedish artist Ann Mari Sjögren passed away peacefully early on Sunday 11 July 2010, her legacy to thousands of families and friends worldwide who spent a Day in Fairyland with her, and will continue to do so.
Ann Mari Sjögren
Over 92 years old, yet still alert and full of humour here she goes out to talk with Per Arne Skansen in late June 2010. There is some general talk (in Swedish) about the weather and daily routines then after some discussion in Swedish about the sunset in the evening, they turn to English. This treasured dialogue from probably the oldest known Fairy Artist in the World who made her fame with her book A Day in Fairyland published in 1947 and many subsequent books, pictures and illustrations, is all the more poignant.