The list author says: "Far from giggly children's figures, fairies are wonderfully wild and complex creatures of nature and magic. On this list is a wide spectrum of wonderful fairy art, historical as well as modern and as diverse as the creatures themselves. In some of these pages are paradises rarely tread by humans, while others contain deep, wild woods that could prove dangerous to those unused to them. Some fairies are beautiful and benign, while others wear a terrible beauty as a lure to humans. Not all of their looks portray their intention, so be careful of which ones you choose to pursue. Welcome to the fairy wood, and enjoy leaping from the path into its heart"
"Absolutely breathtaking photographs! Each one features a specific fairy with fairy wisdom written beneath the picture. These pictures are supposedly from a hidden journal that someone found in a tree"
"Incredible fairy paintings created and combined with photographic techniques! The amazing Johnson's art is preceded in the book with a poetic vignette, describing a human's epiphany in a fairy forest"
"This sweet book tells the story of a girl learning to sew with the aid of magical beings, including a fairy and enchanted objects. Pretty pictures (mostly in black and white) and instructions for sewing are included!"
"Another strikingly beautiful and funny collection of fairy images, and a tale of the love-hate relationship between the naughty fey and a spirited young woman! No fairies were harmed in the making of these books :) I'm not usually interested in the "pressed" fairy collection (plus there are just too many books to collect altogether), but these three books are too cool for me to pass up"