SuperFairies by Janey Louise Jones & Jennie Poh (Illustrator)

How did I get the book?
Received from publisher in exchange for an honest review

Genre: Fantasy

Basil the Bear Cub
No, Basil, don’t play near the river on your own! Superfairies Rose, Silk, Berry and Star rush to help a bear cub in danger.

Dancer the Wild Pony
Dancer, don’t run away! The Superfairies want to stop a wild pony being nervous for the Summer Fair dance contest, but first they need to catch up with her!

The Superfairies of Peaseblossom Woods use their teamwork to rescue animals in distress, bringing together their unique superskills, petal power and lots of love.

Review: The SuperFairies are Silk, Rose, Star and Berry. Each have their own superskills, such as Berry having super sight so she can see for miles or Silk being able to spin webs that can be used in animal rescues.

I expected to like these books in the aww these are cute kinda way but actually I really liked them. The SuperFairies are all about team work, there is no leading fairy. Everybody pulls together and I felt like that message came across positively.

Silk, Rose, Star and Berry fly around in fairycopter on their rescue missions. They have a Strawberry computer and rescue packs and yet at the same time they live in a tree, make jams for the Summer Fair and all the animals talk. It’s an ideal blend.

Jennie Poh’s illustrations are wonderful and so detailed. You read SuperFairies once for the story and then you come back to look through all the pictures.

At the end of the book there is a little section ‘All About Fairies’ as well as a quiz you can take to tell you which SuperFairy you’re most like.

I don’t think it matters which order you read these books in, I read Basil the Bar Cub first and then Dancer the Wild Pony immediately afterwards.

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