Review Showcase: Fairy May | Jo Linsdell

Review Showcase: Fairy May

A few of the reviews received for Fairy May:

5.0 out of 5 stars
I'm not an expert of children books, as far as a mother-of-2 (3,5yo and 1,5yo) can't be called as an expert of children books. =) This is the reason why my review will be "just" about what we love in this book.

We love the cuteness of drawings and the light, delicate colours.
We love the rhymes, a good exercise for non-mother-tongue children to improve their English knowledge.
We love the story, the strength of tiny May in following her dreams. We love the good example: if you want something you must be ready to work hard!
We love the highlight on dental hygiene, the importance of brushing teeth and we will download soon the extras!
We love to read it, and read it and read it again.... as we did with previous release by Jo Linsdell "OUT AND ABOUT AT THE ZOO"! =)

We love the book itself. Fairy May is a new character in our life and we hope in future new adventures to be released!

5.0 out of 5 stars
 It Works!!

When a story is told using rhyming words, too many times it does not work, but this one surely does! The rhyming does not feel forced and the story line flows. I think it would be great for a beginning reader to use for practice as well as a fun read-aloud that reveals an important lesson!

4.0 out of 5 stars
 Another Delight from Jo Linsdell

Tooth fairy school? Failing tooth fairy school? Who would have thought it could happen? But it seem to be for Fairy May, the title character for Jo Linsdell’s latest children’s book.

Poor Fairy May is having trouble in tooth fairy school. She can’t quite get the spells and potions, and fairy dust. But Fairy May had a dream to become a tooth fairy, and “She’d worked so hard determined to pass.”

Like Ms. Linsdell’s previous book, Out and About at the Zoo, the text is simple for the beginning reader. At the same time, it’s fun to read aloud. The pictures are large and colorful, a real delight.

This little book isn’t just a cute story, it also teaches perseverance and determination. Qualities that most parents want to instill at an early age.

Ms. Linsdell has created another book, which will delight young children and early readers.

5.0 out of 5 stars
 So cute and good advice!,

This is so cute.......3 to 8 yr olds would love it, nice for cozy discussion round the pictures, and i love the dental hygiene advice too!

5.0 out of 5 stars
 Fairy May Goes to School!

Fairy May is a darling little fairy that is going to school to become a Tooth Fairy.
Her teacher is very frustrated with Fairy May because she keeps getting all the spells and magic wrong.
Fairy May is determined to do her best and prove to her teacher she can be the best Tooth Fairy.
She studies hard and reads all about the spells and magic so she will pass her final test.

Jo Lindell has written a very cute rhyming tale about a Tooth Fairy student.
Children will enjoy the fact that even a Tooth Fairy has to study and take test.
This story shows it takes hard-work, determination and confidence in oneself
to get an education even as a Tooth Fairy.

I highly recommend this book!

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