Author(s): Jane Ray
When Rosy discovers a REAL fairy living in her beloved dolls' house she cannot believe her eyes! But Thistle is no ordinary fairy and has one or two very unfairylike habits! Can Rosy help the fairy to mend her wing and fly again, and in turn, perhaps the fairy can help Rosy when she needs it most...A touching and memorable tale about friendship and caring for others from Jane Ray, the much-loved and world-renowned illustrator and storyteller.
What would you do if you found a real fairy living in your dolls' house?
Ray's wonderful illustrations are sure to make The Dolls' House Fairy a classic. -- Juno 20100301 This is a book to treasure. Sumptuous. moving. -- Carousel 20100401 The story unfolds with subtlety and sensitivity to the emotional issues at its heart. Captivating. -- Booklist 20100601 Offers children enchanting detials to explore. -- Bookseller 20090821 Delightful picture book. ***** -- Books For Keeps 20100101
Jane Ray's truly exquisite artwork has gained acclaim both in the UK and internationally. She is one of the most talented and distinctive illustrators in the children's book world today and regularly exhibits her work at various galleries. She won the 6-8 category of the Smarties Prize with The Story of Creation. The Story of Christmas was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Award, and A Balloon for Grandad was shortlisted for the Mother Goose Award. Jane lives in London.