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By: Fiona Lowry

Meeting Pip

Pages: 24 Ratings: 4.9
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Do you believe in the tooth fairy? Imagine, if, at the bottom of your garden there lived a fairy – what would you do?Faith and Harris play around the old Oaktree at the bottom of their garden. This is known as the Fairy Woods, but has anyone ever seen a fairy, or is it just stories from grandparents?Harris doesn’t believe in fairies but when his older sister sees something new on the Oaktree, she sets out to prove that they are real. Only then do the fun conversations begin with Pip and the children begin to see the world in a whole new way.

Living in Scotland with her family, Fiona is a devoted parent to two beautiful young children, who inspire her daily with their infectious lust for life. When she is not driving them to their various hobbies, Fiona finds time to be a designer and a director of a successful Design & Installation company. Having recently discovered the power of positive thinking, she is emboldened to translate her findings into inspiring stories for children, encouraging them to enjoy their imagination, believe in themselves, and follow their authentic inner voice.


Her two self-published books, Franco and The Green Light Fairy and Felix’s Favourite Day, are available on Amazon and have both won The Golden Wizard 2022 Award. Felix’s Favourite Day also won the Children's Book International 2023 American Writing Awards. Fiona is presently working on several other stories inspired by the world and events around her. 

Customer Reviews
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7 reviews
  • book_a_holic_17


    As we celebrate World Smile Day, what better book to read than one about Pip, the tooth fairy!
    This is a lovely, magical book to share with your young readers.

    When Harris and Faith are playing in fairy woods one day, Faith thinks she spots a fairy door in the old oak tree.
    Harris doesn't believe but when they leave a note and it receives a reply, they start to see the world a little differently.

    I loved reading stories about fairies when I was younger. And this one is beautifully written and presented.

    I feel like this is definitely one to read with younger children, rather than have them read it themselves, as there are lots of words - but it's a lovely one for story time, to read aloud.

    With lots of colourful illustrations, there is a lot going on to prompt more discussion - I especially love how the fairy door changes - a great one to see if your youngster has spotted the differences.

    I really love how this promotes getting outside to play and to use your imaginations. An early prompt to help the children see what joys there can be outdoors and away from the screens all day.

    A great quick read and joy to share

  • Louise Jane, CEO The Golden Wizard Book Prize

    I have thoroughly enjoyed all of this author's work so far. They have a natural flair for writing such fun and imaginative tales that children love, with this one being no exception!

    It's thrilling to think that fairies might be real, and this lovely, whimsical read makes the idea feel even more plausible. I can imagine it inspiring lots of play and creativity as children use it as a springboard to write their own fairy letters and construct enchanting places for them to reside.

    For young readers who love fairies, this book will be a delight. For those who aren't sure about the idea of fairies, it might just change their mind! Either way, it will make a wonderful addition to any child's library.

  • Sarah Geddes

    Meeting Pip is an adorable story. I love love love it! As I was reading this magical story about fairies to my two little boys, even I couldn’t wait to see what would happen next. In this children’s book, two kids write a letter to a fairy and to their surprise they get a letter back. The story has wonderful illustrations, and is full of color to draw the reader in. Meeting Pip is imaginative, heartfelt, and would make a wonderful book for the little ones in your life. Although this would be a lovely gift at any time – I think it would be a great read when your little one loses a tooth or if you ever plan to make a fairy garden near your home!

  • Louise Jane, CEO The Golden Wizard Book Prize

    I have thoroughly enjoyed all of this author's work so far. They have a natural flair for writing such fun and imaginative tales that children love, with this one being no exception!

    It's thrilling to think that fairies might be real, and this lovely, whimsical read makes the idea feel even more plausible. I can imagine it inspiring lots of play and creativity as children use it as a springboard to write their own fairy letters and construct enchanting places for them to reside.

    For young readers who love fairies, this book will be a delight. For those who aren't sure about the idea of fairies, it might just change their mind! Either way, it will make a wonderful addition to any child's library.

  • Kitty Paw

    Meeting Pip is a heartwarming tale that sparks the imagination and reminds us of the magic in everyday life. The enchanting story of Pip, the tooth fairy, and her newfound friends, Faith and Harris, will captivate young readers and parents alike. With delightful characters, a whimsical treehouse, and the wonder of friendship, this book is a treasure. It beautifully encourages kids to explore their surroundings and believe in the extraordinary.

  • Sonja Chalmers

    As we celebrate World Smile Day, what better book to read than one about Pip, the tooth fairy? This is a lovely, magical book to share with your young readers. When Harris and Faith are playing in fairy woods one day, Faith thinks she spots a fairy door in the old oak tree. Harris doesn't believe but when they leave a note and it receives a reply, they start to see the world a little differently. I loved reading stories about fairies when I was younger. And this one is beautifully written and presented. I feel like this is definitely one to read with younger children, rather than have them read it themselves, as there are lots of words - but it's a lovely one for story time, to read aloud. With lots of colourful illustrations, there is a lot going on to prompt more discussion - I especially love how the fairy door changes - a great one to see if your youngster has spotted the differences. I really love how this promotes getting outside to play and to use your imagination. An early prompt to help the children see what joys there can be outdoors and away from the screens all day. A great quick read and a joy to share. *Out soon - releasing on 13th October*

  • Sarah Geddes

    Meeting Pip is an adorable story. I love love love it! As I was reading this magical story about fairies to my two little boys, even I couldn’t wait to see what would happen next. In this children’s book, two kids write a letter to a fairy and to their surprise they get a letter back. The story has wonderful illustrations, and is full of color to draw the reader in. Meeting Pip is imaginative, heartfelt, and would make a wonderful book for the little ones in your life. Although this would be a lovely gift at any time – I think it would be a great read when your little one loses a tooth or if you ever plan to make a fairy garden near your home!

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