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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Fairies of Frost know they have finished with their play when the wind's chill has gone and the snow has melted away. Whiff was there to greet and he sang of the warmer days that were going to come. Nimble was happy because of the warmer weather and she tumbled, flipped, cartwheeled, and spun under the sun. Ray knew there was a lot more time for outside activities. When the skies turned gray like night, the rains came and Splish and Splash enjoyed dancing and doing a puddle jump. It was more wet than dry when the rains stopped and Prism loved to find rainbows in the sky. The ground was bedecked with blooming plants and two ladybugs were buzzing in the air. The chirping birds tweeted and there were fresh fruits in jams, cakes, and syrup. Jelly Bean had fun painting eggs, hiding them, and finding them. Let's read this enchanting story to know what Lady Solstice and the Pixies of Bloom have to tell us about Spring.
The Pixies of Bloom (Magic of the Seasons Book 2) by Hayley Nystrom is a whimsical story that brings alive the magic and beauty of Spring. The story gives young readers glimpses of what makes the season beautiful and magical to everyone and the author makes it tangible to readers by adding the wonderful illustrations by Alexandra Bulankina. The illustrations make the book captivating and appealing and they help readers revel in the magic of Spring. The Pixies of Bloom is an adorable book for parents and tutors to use for read-aloud and storytelling sessions at homes and in classrooms. It will help children understand the joy of the season and to savor the color, magic, and enchantment of Spring.