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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Legend of the Fairy Stones by Kelly Anne White takes young readers on an enchanting and whimsical trip through a land of fairies who flitted and glittered in glens and glades in the scattered light of morning. When it was noontime, they lolled in beds of fragrant flowers. The fairies were many; fairies with mushrooms, fairies that bloom, fairies in costumes, fairies that flutter wherever they are led, fairies so bright that they illuminate the night, and so on. The fairies are sad and turn to hues of blue when they hear the news of Jesus passing away. Their teardrops turn to stones when they hit the ground and perceived losses turn to crosses. Fairy stones are pure and good and have a lot of positivity and benefits.
The rhyming verses add to the magical feel of the story and make it captivating and enthralling to young readers. The images are as beautiful as the verses and for all readers who love magic, fairies, and enchantment, this book is a perfect read. I like the way the author weaves educational and informative content into the book, along with folklore and staurolite crystals in a way that is endearing and appealing. The book is not only for children because adults will also find it interesting and engaging. The legend of the fairy stones, and the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ have been tied together beautifully, making readers aware of staurolite crystals and the folklore associated with them.