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Reviewed by Sarah Scheele for Readers' Favorite
Fairy Wobble by L.L. Walters is an interactive, creative approach to a children’s book, with an engaging story line combined with built-in activities for read-aloud sessions. The book has five chapters and follows the adventures of the child being read to as they imagine themselves into the story. Mother Nature tells them they are summoned to help usher in Spring. A wise, quirky old wizard named the Maestro helps them learn about their quest—to find a missing fairy, one of the Garden people. Gwendle has disappeared and Spring can’t come without her. Will the young reader be able to find Gwendle on the property of Happy's Farm in time to change the seasons so the farm can continue?
L.L. Walters has a truly warm and friendly voice towards kids, while offering notes and suggestions for anyone reading this book to children. During each chapter of Fairy Wobble, prompt sections appear with three levels of adaptable actions to get the child involved—for instance, gently clapping their hands if this is a bedtime story, or lots of jumping around if they feel more active. Word intelligence and participation are encouraged with the theme of “Yellow” tied into the plot of Fairy Gwendle and Spring, but the guidelines are easy to adjust for the exact reader and child involved. Or you can just continue reading the book’s delightful story. Fairy Wobble is a thoughtful and excellent book, populated by a host of cute fantasy creatures and by children who get to shrink down to magical size and travel through an enchanted tree to a lovely farm with a lot more to it than meets the eye.