Title: The Freckle Fairy
Genre: Children’s Book
Print Length: 32 pages
Publisher: Best Fairy Books
Publication Date: October 15, 2016
Author: Bobbie Hinman
Illustrator: Mark Wayne Adams
SYNOPSIS: Did you know that freckles are fairy kisses? The Freckle Fairy is the winner of 5 children's book awards. She is a whimsical little fairy who flies through the sky at night, visiting children while they sleep. She gives each child a kiss or two, or maybe more. Wherever she kisses them a freckle magically appears. This is the fifth in Bobbie Hinman's award-winning series of fairy books. These captivating books were created to give children pure enjoyment and allow them to believe in make-believe. After all, who better to blame it on than a fairy?
EXTERIOR / COVER DESIGN: The cover illustration is cute and creative. The image of an unorthodox fairy with pigtails and wearing goggles is amusing. Just seeing the character made me want to open the book and take the journey with her. The title of the book and illustration tell you exactly what the book is about.
ILLUSTRATIONS: The illustrations in this book have the same creative style as the cover. The illustrator took time and made sure to include as much detail as possible. This shows the originality that went into creating the character and each illustration.
REVIEW: The Freckle Fairy is an adorable rhyming story with creative illustrations. Although the story shines a positive light on the uniqueness of freckles, it is a story all children can enjoy. Often times, stories that rhyme seem as if they are forced, but this particular story flowed very well. There is nothing this book lacked. The Freckle Fairy is a part of an entire series that every child should own. It is clear why this series has won so many awards.
RATING: 5 out of 5 STARS
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