A Faerie's Path to Walk


Children - Educational
Kindle Edition
Reviewed on 10/14/2018
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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite

A Faerie's Path to Walk: The Come Walk With Me Series is an educational adventure book for children and preteens written by Shirley A. Williams and illustrated by Stirling Crebbs. Aundi and her fellow students were anxiously waiting for the school term to finally be over. There were just two more days left, and even the teachers were feeling as though they couldn’t wait for summer vacation to begin. Aundi’s teacher decided to keep her students attentive by having them tell the class about their summer plans. Some were taking big trips, others small ones, and others were simply planning on enjoying vacation at home. Aundi, being a military child, wasn’t sure what she would be doing this summer. Her dad was still on a special mission in the Middle East, but Aundi’s mom had advised her that this summer’s adventure would be a special one. Whatever could she mean by that? When her mom finally revealed that they’d be going to Nana’s place in Point Loma, California, Aundi fairly jumped with excitement. She treasured the times she got to spend with her globe-trotting Nana. And she knew this summer would be both spectacular and magical.

A Faerie's Path to Walk is an enchanting look at Nana’s home in Point Loma, California. San Diego is probably my favorite place in the US, and I loved getting to know it better by seeing it through Nana's and the kids’ eyes. And like Aundi and Daniel, I was transfixed by the stories of other places and cultures around the world that were found in Nana’s journal. As Aundi and Daniel mature, their experiences with Nana and The Magic continue expanding their view of the world and it’s grand fun to witness it with them. This book entertains while it educates, and that’s a very good thing. I’m looking forward to the next book in this series. A Faerie's Path to Walk: The Come Walk With Me Series is most highly recommended.