Stella, Fairy of the Forest

Category: Book
By (author): Gay, Marie-Louise
Series: Stella And Sam
Subject:  JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Siblings
  JUVENILE FICTION / General
  JUVENILE FICTION / Imagination & Play
  JUVENILE FICTION / Nature & the Natural World / General (see also headings unde
Awards: School Library Journal Best Books (2002) Commended
Governor General's Literary Awards: Illustration (2002) Short-listed
Ruth Schwartz Award (2003) Short-listed
OLA Blue Spruce Award (2003) Long-listed
Publisher: Groundwood Books Ltd
Published: March 2010
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 32
Size: 8.87in x 9.00in x 0.14in
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Additional Notes

From The Publisher*

Stella's little brother Sam wonders whether fairies are invisible. Stella assures him that she has seen hundreds of them and that if she and Sam venture across the meadow and into the forest, they are likely to find some.

So begins another adventure in the Stella and Sam series about the irrepressible red-head, and her slightly apprehensive little brother.

From The Publisher*

In this book in the beloved Stella and Sam series, the two explore the wonders of the springtime forest.

Review Quote*Gay's illustrations, done primarily in watercolors with a touch of paper collage, are bright and have a whimsical touch.
Review Quote*Her freewheeling ink-and-watercolor illustrations are delightful, and it's obvious from the knowing text that she has listened to conversations between kids. Stella and Sam, so different, relish their respective roles and obviously love one another; they always seem to find something to share in their circumscribed but ever-intriguing world.
Biographical Note

Marie-Louise Gay is a world-renowned author and illustrator of children's books. She has won many prestigious awards, including two Governor General's awards, the Elizabeth Mrazik-Cleaver Award, the Vicky Metcalf Award and the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award. She has also been nominated for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award and the Hans Christian Andersen Award. Her books have been translated into more than fifteen languages and are loved by children all over the world. She lives in Montreal.