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Fairy Fantasy is an adult coloring book that features 24 full page illustrations of enchanting fairies by the artist who brought you "Cats & Quilts" and "Mermaid Fantasy." While the pictures are detailed, the subject matter is appropriate for all ages. Pick up your pencils and enter a relaxing, mindful realm of fantasy art filled with delightful forest and garden fae. There is no clip art or stock photos used in Fairy Fantasy. Each and every picture is the product of my imagination, drawn with my own hand. 24 unique hand drawn illustrations Bonus illustrations in 4x6" and zoomed in view also included Printed single sided on 60 lb pure white paper, perfect for colored pencils and pastels Generous margins for easy removal if you prefer to color with wet media
Fun!¡ Fun!¡ Fun!¡ If you love Fairies World and Magic relaxation !!.. So this book is for You ¡¡¡ Amazing "Fairies" Coloring book with New drwings To color....! This Coloring Book for adults contains +45 Fairies and Magic Fantasy style illustrations representing various Girls Forest magic and floral And more compositions. The thirty designs are of various difficulty levels and the images are printed on the fronts of pages only, so you don't need to worry about ¡¡¡¿¿¿¿ Details Book: No bleed-through High Illustrasion Size 8.5*11 Inch Cover Finish: Glossy
Step into the Mythical and Mystical World of Fairies. This is a collection of flower and nature fairies all displayed in their own unique frame. Let the stresses of the day dissolve as you unwind and create your own mystical world coloring in these fairies. Suitable for adults and older children, great for all skill levels as there is a range of details in the images. 26 unique images, the fairies are waiting for you to choose your favorite color and bring them to life. Single sided images, only printed on one side to help prevent bleed through. Though if using markers it would be advisable to place extra paper between the pages. Color test, 2 pages to the rear of the book to test how the color will look on this paper. Perfect gift idea for anyone you know who likes to color and also believes in fairies. Remember with coloring there is no right or wrong way, you just color and enjoy the process of bringing the images to life.
A scholarly collection of the fairy tales and fantasy stories of Louisa May Alcott. A critical introduction examines the works and places them in the context of American fantasy.
Offers ideas for improving abstract thinking skills using fairy tales and fantasy and includes exercises and activity suggestions for classroom use.
Ten Chinese classic stories about fantasy and goblin. 1.Zong Dingbo Sells the Ghost by 张华 (232~300) 2.Dummy by 列御寇 (Spring and Autumn Period People) 3.Yangxian Scholar by 吴均 (469~520) 4.Hungry Ghost by 刘义庆 (403~444) 5.Big Thief by 刘安 (179 BC ~ 122 BC) 6.Magic Doctor Bian Que by 列御寇 (Spring and Autumn Period People) 7.Pang’s Brothers by 段成式 (803~863) 8.Magic Well by 冯梦龙 (1574~1646) 9.Magic Paintbrush by 马总 (Tang Dynasty People) 10.Tumblers by 袁枚 (1716~1797)
Once Upon a Time in faraway magical lands there were many unusual and fascinating beings. Adventure and excitement were in the air, encouraging us to explore the mysterious settings inhabited by dragons, elves, bayou spirits, dwarves, magic mirrors, and more. From the humorously lighthearted to the more solemnly thought-provoking, these enchanting fairy tales and magical fables touch on many significant aspects of our daily lives and relationships, such as: the pitfalls of strict conformity, the recognition of outer versus inner beauty, the benefits of positive thinking, the value of both education and life's experiences, the impact of detrimental egoism, the harm of wearing societal masks, the importance of both tradition and change, and the eternal love for those who have passed away. Fantasy Worlds–Once Upon a Time I dreamed of a happier and more peaceful life, and my dreams came true.
Provides alphabetically arranged entries on folk and fairy tales from around the world, including information on authors, subjects, themes, characters, and national traditions.
This Oxford companion provides an authoritative reference source for fairy tales, exploring the tales themselves, both ancient and modern, the writers who wrote and reworked them and related topics such as film, art, opera and even advertising.
Lotus Fairy - Fantasy extra-large print cross stitch pattern by Cross Stitch Collectibles Finished Sizes (approximate) 14 count: 21.5" x 24.75" 18 count: 16.75" x 19.25" 24 count: 12.5" x 14.5" Stitches: 300w x 345h Pattern Features: * Extra-Large-print for easy reading * Full cross stitches only * Black/White chart with easy-to-read symbols * Comprehensive instruction sheet * Complete materials list included Benefits of Large-Print Cross Stitch Patterns: : This book is an "Extra-Large-Print" cross stitch pattern. Stitching our beautiful cross stitch patterns is a labor of love and very time-consuming. Reading such large patterns for hours at a time can pose a challenge for stitchers of all ages. The large grids and alphabetic symbols used in this cross stitch pattern book makes tackling such a large project much easier and more enjoyable. Cross Stitch Collectibles specializes in high quality cross stitch reproductions of fine art paintings by the Great Masters, including Italian Renaissance, Impressionist, Pre-Raphaelite, Asian, Fractal art, and many more styles. You will find something to love and cherish in our vast collection. Cross stitch your own masterpiece today!!
A family-friendly fairy story of friendship, loyalty, leadership, peer pressure, and fairies. From the pen of Colin W. Campbell. About 1,400 words.
Jason Marc Harris's ambitious book argues that the tensions between folk metaphysics and Enlightenment values produce the literary fantastic. Demonstrating that a negotiation with folklore was central to the canon of British literature, he explicates the complicated rhetoric associated with folkloric fiction. His analysis includes a wide range of writers, including James Barrie, William Carleton, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, Sheridan Le Fanu, Neil Gunn, George MacDonald, William Sharp, Robert Louis Stevenson, and James Hogg. These authors, Harris suggests, used folklore to articulate profound cultural ambivalence towards issues of class, domesticity, education, gender, imperialism, nationalism, race, politics, religion, and metaphysics. Harris's analysis of the function of folk metaphysics in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century narratives reveals the ideological agendas of the appropriation of folklore and the artistic potential of superstition in both folkloric and literary contexts of the supernatural.
Unicorn Fairy Fantasy Patterns for Girl Let your children have fun and build theme creative skills in the field of colouring! This children's colouring book is for anyone who loves unicorns, it has a nice variety of cute unicorns easy to colour, and it makes a nice and special gift. Unicorns possess ethereal beauty that doesn't seem to belong to this world, they are basically horses with magic which is the all-time favorite topic about unicorns that people have talked about for hundreds of years Kids love mysterious things and with their amazing imagination, they can't help but be attracted to this magical creature.
In his latest book, fairy tales expert Jack Zipes explores the question of why some fairy tales "work" and others don't, why the fairy tale is uniquely capable of getting under the skin of culture and staying there. Why, in other words, fairy tales "stick." Long an advocate of the fairy tale as a serious genre with wide social and cultural ramifications, Jack Zipes here makes his strongest case for the idea of the fairy tale not just as a collection of stories for children but a profoundly important genre. Why Fairy Tales Stick contains two chapters on the history and theory of the genre, followed by case studies of famous tales (including Cinderella, Snow White, and Bluebeard), followed by a summary chapter on the problematic nature of traditional storytelling in the twenty-first century.