Betty Bib's Fairy Handbook
A Field Guide to Fairies and Their HabitatsBook - 2005
Today's fairies inhabit a very different world than that depicted by Cicely M. Barker. Betty Bib's Fairy Handbook contains the latest information on these mischievous creatures, from the common Sock Fairies (Hosiera pungentia) to the endangered Needlework Fairies (Pinnit etstitchita). Setting out to show modern-day fairies of all types and nationalities, the book reveals how to spot fairies, describes their strange feeding habits, and explains what readers can do to make the world a happier place for them to live in. The book includes Betty's winsome watercolor paintings and photographs of actual fairies, who agreed to pose to further understanding of their species. Fairies may be tiny, but the magic they bestow is immeasurable.
Publisher: London : 2005
Branch Call Number: JNF 398.21 BIB
Characteristics: 72 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: Fairy handbook