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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
A quirky young fairy named Pacita lived in a cute little shack and she collected pacifiers that were kept in her humble abode. She was full of magic and mischief and she left warm-hearted letters for children while they were sleeping. She picked up the pacifiers to store them safely. Parents often told kids that they needed to get their paci out so that they could speak like big kids. Pacita said she would look after their soothie as they laid it down with a heavy heart when they went to bed. The next morning they would find a beautiful letter filled with wisdom and grace in its place. She assured the kids that they would soon find their voice though growing up could be hard. Pacita also encouraged them to trust their choices. Their pacis became part of her amazing collection and they were kept with love and affection in their own little cubby.
Pacita the Pacifier Fairy by Charlotte Attry, Jeremie Febvre, and Sophie Lawson is an adorable story that will help parents deal with the pacifier in their child's life and look at their child's relationship with the pacifier in a good way, and slowly guide their child to a life without pacifiers. The topic is relevant and the authors' whimsical approach adds magic to the story and will help parents handle the headaches and dilemma associated with their child's precious pacifier without any major challenges. Olivier Huette's delightful and charming illustrations add to the enchantment of the story and Pacita the Pacifier Fairy and make it tangible for young readers. Parents and tutors can use this story for their children to drop their pacifier habit without any tears and tantrums.