Posts Tagged ‘Fairies’

Artemis Fowl

By Eoin Colfer

Artemis Fowl is a 12-year-old genius. His family has been part of the criminal world for years and the time is now right for a major battle with powerful fairies who live underground. And they are angry! Artemis Fowl and his many adventures were hugely popular a wee while ago but I bet that with the release of the movie later this year, these fantasy novels will be back in high demand.

It goes without saying that reading the book first will enhance your viewing of the movie.

Magic, fantasy, adventure, thriller, fight for survival. Everything is included in this series of books. Check out your local library or shout yourself a copy of the book. You won’t be disappointed as it is an excellent read. Or you can read the graphic novel versions of this series too. I still have a signed copy of the original book tucked away safe on my bookshelf. Really looking forward to this movie.

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The girl who fell beneath fairyland and led the revels there
By Catherynne Valente

The covers alone of these two books are enough to make you want to pick them up and hold them close.
They really are delightfully presented and will be added to my pile to be reserved from the library.

The girl who circumnavigated fairyland in a ship of her own making
By Catherynne M. Valente

Thanks to Macmillan Kids for these links.

Changelings

Posted: September 16, 2011 in Secondary
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The Replacement
By Brenna Yovanoff

Mackie Doyle is NOT of this world! Not is all as it seems.

Still on a theme of sorts – fairies
Two trailers in the Wondrous Strange trilogy
by Lesley Livingston
Wondrous Strange
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