#10, Fairy Senses
Emily Martha Sorensen
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Li Mei doesn't like attention. But she's about to get it, because her brand new toothbrush gives her the sense of fairy taste.
A 12,000 word children's fantasy story.
A wonderful tale of fairies
“Li Mei stared up into the darkness, feeling the plastic toothbrush in her open right hand. She had hoped her parents would fix it, but they hadn’t. Even her parents couldn’t fix it. Fairies were scary. Fairies were powerful. Fairies were mean.”
Li Mei, Who certainly does not want to be the center of anyone’s attention is getting way more than she deserves, all because of a toothbrush!?
No matter what she does to try to get rid of it, The toothbrush pops right back into her hand. And in trying ways of making it go away, she finds the others who have also encountered fairies, some of whom don’t seem to have been “gifted”... and, maybe, some of them ... are boys.....
I love this series! Not only does it showcase the differences in people, it also helps us understand something that as adults we often forget: everyone responds differently to the world around them. I highly recommend this book as well as the others.
This skilled author maintained the youthful and whimsical storyline that flows through this series. The characters truly behave at an elementary age, yet their innocent discovery of fairies and unique senses are pure genius! Fairy Toothbrush continues this entertaining series beautifully. I have a ten year old granddaughter that has been showing wonderful interest in books and I think she would enjoy this series immensely. This voluntary review is based against an advance copy