Review: Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie by Michelle R. Eastman


Aggie is a little Dust Fairy who loves to play the bagpipes and tries to join the fairy band. But they do not approve of her offbeat style. Aggie tries her hardest to impress them, but without even trying, she finds the perfect place to play and discovers it might be more fun to just be herself.

Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie is the second book in the Dust Fairy series by Michelle R. Eastman and it’s just as fun as the first. I love a good rhyming story and page after page in this charmer you’ll find sweet, funny and touching thoughts all expressed in perfect rythym and rhyme. It’s a joy to read, over and over again. The bright and colorful illustrations, by talented artist Kevin Richter, have a wonderfully unique style that is somehow both contemporary and classic at the same time. There is a high level of attention to detail throughout from the font choices to the fairy accessories that overall make for a professional book from cover to cover. I especially love Aggie’s darling, very un-fairy-like boots and her unruly hair. I can’t recommend this book enough, especially for young girls that love fairies and may or may not have any musical talent.

About the Author

Michelle Eastman is the author of Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie as well as The Legend of Dust Bunnies, a Fairy’s Tale. Michelle’s books take a lighthearted approach to the compelling desire kids have to fit-in. The stories validate the need we feel for acceptance, while imparting a subtle message about the joy that can come from embracing one’s individuality. The lively, rhyming stanzas and vivid illustrations appeal to boys and girls alike.

For more information about the book, the author and the illustrator, visit the author’s website at Michelle Eastman Books (and be sure to follow along as there are always wonderfully entertaining and educational posts) or follow the author on Facebook and Twitter.

Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie
Written by Michelle R. Eastman
Illustrated by Kevin Richter
Available at Amazon

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