From Publishers Weekly
The Faeries of Spring Cottage, with art by Wendy Froud and story by Terri Windling, carries on the adventures of the faery Sneezle and his friends. An engaging narrative and enchanting artwork (using photos of a real little girl and figurines) add up to an irresistible package for fans of the fey.
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About the Author
became a doll maker at the age of five and has gone on to make dolls, puppets, and sculpture for such films as The Empire Strikes Back
-- she is credited as the fabricator of the beloved character Yoda -- and Jim Henson's The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, The Muppet Show,
and The Muppet Movie.
Her dolls and figures are highly sought after by private collectors around the world. Froud grew up in Detroit and now resides in Devon, England, on Dartmoor, with her artist husband, Brian, and their son, Toby.