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In her debut book, Brownstone inserts a Nigerian boarding school legend about a ghostly high-heeled teacher within her own original creation about African fairies. These fairies are refreshing, given the superabundance of white-skinned fairies in children’s books. Tom’s fears are taken seriously but contrasted with Feyi’s lighthearted confidence and the charm of magic. His anxieties find deeper reassurance, though, in his mother’s realism and strength: “No madam is taking you away from me. No sir. Not on my watch.” The illustrations, too, are entertainingly lively. It’s an effective, well-balanced mix, likely to win readers for the next planned volume in this series. Discussion questions and further links are provided.
- It's a well written book and has a few chuckle worthy moments. It felt/read like a story that could be easily turned into a children's tv program. - Laura
- I chuckled to myself several times while reading this book. Brownstone's writing style drew me in and I couldn't wait to find out more. - Maya
- My favorite thing about this book is the subtle way it introduces the reader not only to a fantasy world but takes them on a journey to new places in the world! - Omotoye
We make children’s book, accessories and more featuring Feyi Fay, a lighthearted and cheerful African fairy. Our goal is to merge fantasy with the playful side of Africa, and infuse a little fun, color and magic into the everyday things in life.