The second installment of the Wild Fairies series, Lily’s Water Woes, follows wild fairy (and mermaid) Lily, who is feeling left out. While her fairy friends get to travel to beautiful beaches and lush forests, Lily is always stuck at home, unable to be away from the water for very long. Her froggy pal, Splash, tries his best to cheer her up, but Lily still wishes she could stay out late and play like the other fairies. Wanting to help their friend, the fairies come together to build an awesome surprise for Lily that just might make it easier for her to travel beyond her small pond. The Wild Fairies series features a group of magical fairy friends who love playing and learning in the beautiful and bountiful forest they call home. With their reliable sidekick critters alongside, Daisy, Thistle, Heather, Celosia, Poppy, Dahlia, Indigo, and Lily care for the natural world around them using their unique and diverse set of special skills. Infused with ecology, botany, and magic, the wild fairies’ whimsical adventures will inspire in kids a sense of wonder and curiosity for nature, as well as inform them about the wildflowers and critters behind the fairies through young-reader friendly nonfiction pages in the back of each book.
I am the author of the New York Times best-selling picture book The Littlest Pilgrim along with six other Littlest tales - and more to come! I've also written three middle grade novels, a Pixar picture book, and four books in Giada de Laurentiis's Recipe for Adventure series. My latest project is an illustrated chapter book series called Wild Fairies. I live in Los Angeles where I eat lots of tacos while wrangling my two adorable kids and our crazy dog with my husband, Joe.View Author
Renée Kurilla has illustrated many books for kids, including Orangutanka, by Margarita Engle and The Pickwicks’ Picnic, by Carol Brendler. She lives in the woods just south of Boston; the perfect place to search for wild fairies!