Nine-year-old Nell and her six-year-old brother Charlie live in Cornwall and they have a teacher who believes in fairies. And very soon they will, too, because something has to be put right. In a charming story of fairies, children and time author Gilly Sloper creates in The Fairies of Jenny's Field a world where drawings can come to life and fairies can place their babies in the soft middles of daisies while they go to gather food. But all is not right, a terrible thing has happened and only the children can fix it, but can they find their way to the past to do it?
Gilly grew up in a small village in rural Berkshire and had the kind of childhood that allowed her to roam the fields and woods around her home without supervision. She has three grown up daughters and now lives in Cornwall with her husband John. This is her first book.
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