By: Morgane de Cadier
Illustrated by: Florian Pigé
Published: September 7, 2021
Publisher: Red Comet Press
A forest is full of all kinds of fairies. Fairies that help you fall asleep and even fairies that help you clean. (Can I get one of those?) Mister Fairy is not a morning fairy or a kissing fairy or a boo-boo fairy. He feels useless in the forest.
Mister Fairy decides to leave the forest and travels to a dark and dreary place. As he spreads his wand, colors start to fall over the city buildings and people begin to smile and laugh.
Mister Fairy misses home and thinks that maybe he has something to share with his fairy friends. As he arrives home to the forest, he notices that maybe his presence was missed after all.
Mister Fairy looks like a grouchy and grumpy fairy. Unfortunately, he just didn’t know his own worth and his talents just waiting to be used. But, once he found what makes him special, he couldn’t wait to share it with others. Many of us don’t know our own place in the world or don’t think we have anything to offer. But, we certainly all have our own special gifts and we just need to find the right place to make them shine. Everyone has a gift to share. What’s your gift?
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Morgane de Cadier was trained in technical drawing at the Emile Cohl School in Lyon, France. She decided to follow her passion for writing and telling stories and, in 2015, her first book, Tout La-Hout, was published. The illustrator was Florian Pigé. She has since written six more picture books including Mister Fairy. Florin Pigé has illustrated all but one of her books. She continues to enjoy writing and drawing. Morgane de Cadier lives in Lyon, France. For more, check out her website, HERE.
Florian Pigé attended the Emile Cohl school in Lyon, France, where he studied illustration. His passion for children’s literature grew from his diploma studies where he learned to tell stories with writing and illustration. In his creative approach, he pays careful attention to small details and uses simplified forms. For more check out his website, HERE.