The Fairy Ring: Or Elsie and Frances Fool the World
Thanks for the heads-up about the book!
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Have you ever seen the movie made about the Cottingley Fairies? I remember being quite enchanted with it when it first came out and have been meaning for some time to watch it again now that I know the true story behind it. Like Like. Thanks, Emily. There was also another film out around the same time called Photographing Fairies that also played off the Cottingley story. This is a great read. We were both enchanted by this book—and then my daughter got to interview the author. Cross your fingers: tonight is the regional History Day competition!
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Thanks for the info. Sounds like a fascinating read. I just ordered three of them — but have to wait until March 27, according to my local bookstore in California. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.
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She tells the facts in a simple way that kids can follow. In the end, she leaves it up to the reader whether to believe if Frances saw real fairies. Not even her children were in agreement on that point. This book is recommended for Age 10 and up. I am reading it out loud to my 8-year-old. We need to stop a lot to answer questions and often go back to clarify something important that I thought she understood, but she is very interested in the story and following it pretty well.
The toddlers are not at all interested.
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I had a vague knowledge of this subject when we started and really enjoyed learning the full story. The girls are much younger and the events happen much closer together, for instance.
Overall, though, it is a slow-moving but good story and age-appropriate for an eight-year-old. Again, the toddlers will have no interest in it.
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