My Fairy Library is a magical fairy playset for children with miniature books for kids to make.
Do you love fairies and are you a fan of reading? If so then we have a real treat to share with you today! My Fairy Library is a fantastic new children’s playset from Laurence King Publishing that encourages using the imagination and being creative whilst sparking a love of reading.
This adorable Fairy scene and set of miniature library books was created and designed by Daniela Jaglenka Terrazzini and has been lauded by the LA Times as “The most precious gift set of the year”. I think we have to agree. .
Here is the low down on the new My Fairy Library and our honest review and opinion! Trust me, you’re going to love this fantastic Fairy kids activity!
About Daniela Jaglenka Terrazzini
Daniela Jaglenka Terrazzini is an Italian illustrator and artist. She moved to London from Italy in 1999 to study photography at the London College of Printing and has produced many detailed and exquisite works for Penguin, Chronicle, The Guardian, Macmillan Books and more.
My Fairy Library – A Magical World Of Miniature Books
The My Fairy Library is a super cute book shaped box which opens up to reveal a secret Fairy Library and playset. With a gorgeous fairy garden theme, this miniature book playset comes with the cutest set of tiny fairy shelves. These shelves are the perfect size for the 20 tiny books which come with the set.
How To Make Miniature Books?
The My Fairy Library comes with 20 miniature size books which need to be made. So how do you make these miniature fairy books?
It’s simple. The fairy set comes with 12 cut and fold books with stick on covers. You or your child can create these mini illustrated fairy books and all you need is a pair of scissors. Not only is this a fun activity, it’s a great way for kids to practice basic cutting and fine motor skills.
The fantastic fairy book set comes with the following titles:
- The Fairy Folk
- Decorating Your Fairy Home
- Rules & Regulations Of Fairy Land
- The Fairy And The Two Sisters
- Fairy Song
- Magical Ingredients
- How To Spot Fairies
- Famous Fairies
- Tips And Charms For Trusted Humans
- A Guide To Fairyland
- Woodland Friends & Foes
- The Adventures Of Pinocchio
These little books are super cute and lovely for children to read and what’s even more fun is the 8 blank miniature books which your children can make up and then use to create their own fairy stories!
Once your child has finished playing with the Fairy Library, they can store the miniature fairy books in the Fairy library and either place on their desk or a bookshelf.
What Do We Think Of This Fairy Library?
My daughter loved the Fairy Library which is designed for children aged 7 to 11 which is just right for Sylvia. When my child opened up the fairy library kit she was super excited and keen to make her miniature books.
We love the cute designs and illustrations and this really is a fun educational reading gift for kids.
The fairy library costs £16.99 and the box that the is shaped as a book is good quality so it’s not going to break easily. It will fit nicely on a book shelf with other reading books but at the same time can be brought out and opened up into a miniature library.
Receiving this fairy reading set encouraged my daughter to read a little more and she asked to go to the real library which is great. She now has a lot of material to read which is of course fantastic for helping her develop literacy skills.
Sylvia is excited to create her own stories on the blank mini books and is already plotting ideas. It really does spark the imagination.
We were gifted this lovely fairy library with the option to review. All opinions are my own and we really do love this set!
Are you a fan of Fairies?
You may also love the following blog post – I created some free Fairy Printables to help teach your kids the letters of the Alphabet. Download, laminate and reuse them over and over again!
Make fairies fun by mixing play with learning! Enjoy!