Fairy Houses of the Maine Coast
The cultural phenomenon of "fairy houses" originated spontaneously on a few Maine islands, but in recent years, these charming, wee shelters made from leaves, moss, twigs, stones, bark, shells, feathers, and other found items have caught the imaginations of parents and children from everywhere. This book showcases outstanding examples of fairy houses made exclusively from natural materials and delves into the history and folklore associated with garden and woodland fairies.
|Dimensions||7" x 7"|
|Page Count||80 pages|
|Number of Illustrations||No|
|Number of Photos||90 color photos|
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MAUREEN HEFFERNAN is the executive director of the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. She travels extensively to speak about gardens and give presentations and workshops. She is the author of Native Plants for Your Maine Garden, and Hershey Children’s Garden: A Place to Grow, and was a contributor for 500 Popular Annuals and Perennials for American Gardeners. She lives in Boothbay, Maine.