Author(s): Anne Booth
Poor Betty! She's always getting into messy muddles. She can't paint a rainbow or scatter dewdrops and her pirouettes are, well, pretty precarious. You see, with so many animals to rescue and friends to help, there's just no time for Betty to practise all the things a fairy should. But when it comes to the Fairy Ball, Betty's friends return her gifts of kindness and it becomes clear who is actually the fairiest fairy of them all.
A delightful, rhythmical rhyming text featuring an adorable cast of animals and fairy toddlers.
Anne Booth has always wanted to be a children's writer, but on the way to becoming one has worked in many jobs. Anne lives in Kent in a lovely village with her husband and four children- and the children's grandfather across the road. They have two hens called Poppy and Anastasia and two dogs called Timmy and Ben. Anne loves tea and once won a Blue Peter badge for writing a poem about two mice in a bucket of rice. Despite this, she does not own any mice.