“A lush, nearly decadent book, . . . With its vivid art and fun ‘guided’ style it’s a great addition to fantasy collections”
What’s the difference between a pixie and a nixie? What happens if you nibble on a bite of faerie food? How do you say “good night” in the language of faeries? In this fully illustrated guide, a mischievous pixie named Pip invites readers on an insider’s tour of the wonders of the Feywild. Discover the secret entrance of a real faerie home, step inside the workshop of a toy-tinkering brownie, and play a game of stickyball with your newfound faerie friends. Once you’ve entered faerie land, you may never want to go home again!
SUSAN J. MORRIS is a fantasy book editor based in Washington. Besides reading and writing fantasy books, she has an enduring love for coffee, martial arts, and debate.
Correction: Emily Fiegenschuh is the artist for the cover painting of A Practical Guide to Faeries (www.e-figart.com). We mistakenly credited Eva Widermann instead. This error will be corrected in subsequent editions of the book. For now, our apologies to both artists for the mix-up!