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Rule #1 Never get caught. Rule #2 Never be seen.

Airily isn't too excited to follow the rules when humans move into the farmhouse her sparrow fairy family calls home. Tempted to the kitchen, Airily falls into the human boy’s trap. Although she doesn’t trust him, getting in trouble with Poppa is not on her agenda. She buys Josh’s silence with a binding promise of friendship.
Published August 13th 2019 by Filles Vertes Publishing
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Sonia Crites
Jul 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Follow little Airily and her family and friends on an amazing adventure. With characters you’ll adore and a story line that will captivate you won’t want to put this one down.

This book is full of magic and suspense. It really draws you in right from the start. It’s a perfect read for young readers and I can’t wait to share it with my 11 year old niece.

It has wonderful themes of family, friendship, and learning to trust. It also explores good and evil.

I loved the characters and hope to hear mo
Joel Crow
Jun 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
A delightful tale of fantasy. The lore is well thought-out and consistent: fairies that masquerade as birds but are physically embodied in a half-bird form. They eke out a living in a symbiotic arrangement with humans (unbeknownst to the humans) but carry with them remnant powers of a locked-off fairy world. It harkens back to the old European legends of fairies in a respectful way while creatively placing the thrust of the story in the present with believable dialogue and characters. A main the ...more
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Shay Emms writes, draws, paints, and then writes some more. She was born in Montana but now lives in Oregon which provides endless inspiration… if you count moss growing on trees as inspiration. Which she does. Her obsessions include birds, books, and talking mice stories. She loves fantasy, magic, and witches, and left to her own devices would probably write them into everything. She’s a big fant ...more
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