Liza Gardner Walsh's eighth children's book, Fairy House Cooking, for sale/signing, plus the Fairy House Kit, and more treats for children, will be available for sale and signing at
the 2017 Beyond the Sea Book Festival at Lincolnville Beach, Saturday, July 22nd, 10:30-12:30
Liza Gardner Walsh is the author of eight books marvelous and wonderful children's books; Fairy House Cooking, Where do Fairies Go When It Snows?, Treasure Hunter’s Handbook, Fairy House Handbook, Fairy Garden Handbook, Haunted Fort, Muddy Boots, and The Maine Coon Cat. plus a boxed Fairy House Kit. About Fairy House Cooking:
The fairies (and kids) are invading the kitchen. Following up on the popular Fairy House and Fairy Garden handbooks, Liza Gardner Walsh presents a new dimension in fairy-themed activities—Cooking!
In this delightful book, there are lots of delicious recipes, such as pretty fairy muffins, tiny confetti cookies, candied violets, and many more. There are also recipes for tiny snacks meant for fairies, and fun recipes for treats to leave out for the animal friends of fairies.
Complementing the recipes will be fun sidebars of fairy lore and guides for hosting fairy-themed teas and birthday parties.
Simple steps and easy-to-follow recipes help kids and parents make yummy food for parties, friends, or just for fun.
About Where Do Fairies Go When It Snows?:
Everyone knows fairies love spring flowers and summer sun, but what happens when autumn comes and the days get shorter and colder? Now, Liza Gardner Walsh, acclaimed author of the Fairy House Handbook and Fairy Garden Handbook, explores the matter in a charming children's picture book of rhyming questions. Combined with delightful illustrations by Hazel Mitchell this whimsical book will help children discover just where fairies go when it snows and offer a subtle lesson about the importance of helping one another.
About the Author:
Liza Gardner Walsh is the author of several books, including Fairy House Handbook, Fairy Garden Handbook, Where Do Fairies Go When it Snows?, Treasure Hunter's Handbook, and The Maine Coon Cat. She is a former children's librarian, preschool teacher, high school English teacher, writing tutor, museum educator, and she holds an MFA in writing from Vermont College. Although her books are on a variety of different subjects, at their heart they are about wonder, appreciation, and exploration. The Handbook series aims to get kids outside exploring nature the way Liza did when she was little and what she still does with her two daughters and husband on the beautiful coast of Maine where they live. She and her family can often be found making tiny houses for fairies, mice, trolls, and other small creatures while also making forts and other natural installations in the woods.