After Rowan is mysteriously transformed into a tiny fairy, she is thrust into a world of fairy clans and talking robins where, she discovers, her long-missing mother is also trapped.
Families are unique and have different expectations for the books they choose to read. The following is a list of concepts included in this book that some parents may wish to seek out or avoid.
Alcohol: There are three men outside of a pub who follow a fairy and fall in the river, though it doesn’t explicitly say they are drunk.
Note that this list is not exhaustive and there may be concepts in this book that are not included or have been insufficiently or incorrectly detailed here.
Discuss how we are strong as individuals, but when we have friends on our side, there are many more talents and abilities to help us accomplish our goals.
Ask your child what they think would have happened to Rowan had she not had the courage to find her mother.
E.J. Clarke is the author of the Oakwing series. It came from an idea that popped into his head and wouldn’t leave. He lives in North London and is married with two young daughters who would like to be fairies. He hopes this book will give them that chance. When he’s not writing about fairies he works for a company that makes films and television programs.