A Different Kind of Fairy

The fairy Rose no longer wants to fulfill the wishes of boys and girls. Soon, she discovers that what she really likes is… scaring them! After granting wishes to girls and boys for thousands of years will Rose’s wish finally come true?

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Gender stereotypes, Equality, wishes, magic, fairies, ogres, dreams.
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“What do you want, girl?”

“I want to be… a rugby player!”

Every time a girl or boy makes a wish which break gender stereotypes, the fairy Rose leaves angrily, without fulfilling it.

But soon the fairy realizes that she too has an unconventional wish… Will the other fairies help her make it come true? And what will happen to the unfulfilled wishes of the boys and girls?

  • Picture Book
  • Years: + 3 years
  • Size: 9 4/5 x 11 2/5 in
  • Product Form: Hardback
  • Pages: 40
  • ISBN: 978-84-19607-90-4
  • 17,99 $ / 15.90 €

I like a book that looks interesting from the cover onward. What happens when a fairy gets jaded? In this story a fairy (who appears to have a great deal of difficulty granting wishes that go against her own gender stereotypes) decides she’d rather not grant wishes at all

A Fuse 8 Productions

A Different Kind of Fairy is a book that emphasizes being true to oneself

YA Books Central.

Colorful, collage-like digital illustrations depict the children and fairies with a variety of skin tones and colorful clothes.

Association of California Libraries.

Narrating Equality

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