This remarkable book has something more than what children like mostit has what parents like most!
Parents and children alike will feel empathy for the virtuous Teal Hattie as she faces her dauntless, witchy aunts. Similarly, a snake's dream of becoming a cyclist and almost winning a race will inspire them. They will reflect on whether the unrestrained love for work of Brigitte the bee wouldn't be by any chance a flaw of character. With interest, they will discover a new proof of the goodness of fairies, and with pleasure, they will witness the transformation of a tattered scarecrow into a good guardian of mice and birds. They will try to puzzle out the problem of harmony facing a nightingale choir teacher. They will reflect on the meaning of friendship as they follow Johnny's unusual forest adventure. They will frown at the surreal prank pulled by the paint fairies and marvel at the resolve of Prince Alexander as he tackles rebellious wolves. The secret of the fulfilment of one's dream will be unveiled to them as they travel up to the moon and back.
These new intriguing tales will bring children and parents joy and valuable thoughts to mull over, because the stories are short, delightfully classic in form, with interesting plots, surprising conclusions and clear moral messages.