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How to Catch a Garden Fairy: A Springtime Adventure

How to Catch a Garden Fairy: A Springtime Adventure

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Publication Date: March 28th, 2023
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From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling series comes a new springtime adventure perfect for graduation—do YOU have the magic touch needed to catch a Garden Fairy?

When the How to Catch Kids stumble upon a trail of glitter and the entrance to an enchanted garden, they decide that they have to explore! Hoping to find the resident Garden Fairy to learn about her magical realm, our heroes set off on a whirlwind adventure through this larger-than-life garden. Young readers, parents, and educators alike will laugh along as the Garden Fairy dodges ridiculous STEAM traps and hilarious plans, and even interacts with some surprise How to Catch friends!

Perfect for kids ages 4-10, this funny picture book makes a delightful graduation gift, Easter basket stuffer, classroom, summertime, or bedtime read-aloud, and birthday gift!

In the garden lives a legend filled with magic, wit, and fun,

So grab your friends and set your traps, and catch this fairy before the day's done!

Also in the How to Catch Series:

  • How to Catch a Mermaid
  • How to Catch a Unicorn
  • How to Catch the Tooth Fairy
  • How to Catch the Easter Bunny
  • How to Catch a Dinosaur
  • and more!

About the Author

Alice Walstead is a children’s book author who loves to make kids smile with her stories.

Andy Elkerton is a children’s book illustrator who loves to create creatures that are impossible to catch! He is known for his work on the New York Times bestselling How to Catch series and is based in the United Kingdom.

Praise for How to Catch a Garden Fairy: A Springtime Adventure

"A delightful read aloud for young fairy garden lovers and for those that enjoy the other 25 titles in the How To Catch series." — Youth Services Book Review

"A delightful read aloud." — Youth Services Book Review