The Fairy Atlas: Fairy Folk of the World
The Fairy Atlas: Fairy Folk of the World

Magical, mysterious and sometimes mischievous, the fairy folk of the world are notoriously elusive, but this charming compendium will reveal their secrets. From Cornish pixies and Spanish goblins to the forest gnomes of the Congo, welcome to the world of the fairy folk!

This captivating book features a mix of fairy 'facts' and short retellings of some of the most magical fairy tales.

Book Details


  • Fantasy

Age Level: 

  • 8 - 12

   Fairy Atlas, written by Anna Claybourne and illustrated by Miren Asiain Lora, is a comprehensive overview of fairy folk and their relatives.  As mentioned in the title, this book is an atlas that presents commentary from many countries in each of the continents of the world, about fairy myths and legends.   After an initial introduction defining the fairy world and fairies, the reader is first taken to Europe and introduced to various fairy creatures (Puck, Brownie, Lutin, Galtzagorri, and more) from England to Hungary. 

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