'It's a beautiful hardback book with wonderful watercolour illustrations ... I loved the soft night colours of the flowers: dasies, honeysuckle and pink and white bindweed. This is a magic book of fairies and elves, a wonderful midsummer night story.' --Juno 'Quite simply the most enchanting tale for bedtime.' -- Creative Steps 'Little Fairy Can't Sleep is a lovely, dreamy, fairy story perfect for bedtime reading ... Magical, mysterious paintings in tones of deep blue, gold, silver, and lavender make every page tingle with delight ... The author has written six or more other titles about fairies and elves and merfolk, all as enchanting to young children as Little Fairy Can't Sleep.' -- Midwest Book Review 'The brief, simple plot is clearly developed and offers a satisfying conclusion. Soft watercolors depict the fairy's quest to find magic in the air, and they impart a dreamlike quality. The double-page illustrations suggest an enchanted world that is sure to appeal to readers.' -- School Library Journal Review, February 2012 'The double-page spreads brim with flowers and wildlife. The only light comes from the moon and the stars. The flowers and grasses seem to sparkle with a dusting of color.Little girls will love hearing this story before bedtime. They will fall asleep thinking of new friendships and magical adventures. Drescher's books ... encourage imaginations to grow.' -- Curled Up With A Good Kids Book
About the Author
was born in Munich and trained in art therapy before living for a time in America and Switzerland. She has worked intensively with children in a therapeutic capacity for ten years and currently provides illustrations for a parenting magazine. She has written and illustrated several children’s books.