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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
It was autumn and the leaves had already started to fall. The maple tree in the front yard, which provided a lot of shade during summer, had become colorful during fall. The tree was also home to a lot of insects and animals all year long. Alex saw the Maple Fairy waving at him again as he looked through the window. Her long auburn hair matched the autumnal colors of her leafy clothes. She introduced herself as Fay and told him that she had something important to talk about with him. Fay told Alex that the maple tree in the front yard was ill and something had to be quickly. Alex asked his science teacher, Mrs. Greig, about the illness of the maple tree and they both went to the library to see if they could find out more. Would they be able to save the maple tree? If so, how did they do it?
Fay The Maple Fairy and The Tree Doctor by Silviya Rankova is an enchanting story that gives information to young readers about saving trees and their inhabitants. The story is a good way to help children understand the importance of trees and the creatures that inhabit them. Alexander Petkov makes the book more captivating with his magical illustrations that make the story and the characters vivid to young readers. The maze at the end of the story is fun and children will enjoy doing it. It is a good story for parents and tutors to use for storytelling and read-aloud sessions with children because of its wonderful concept.