Tiny Jenny: Little Fairy, Big Trouble

Illustrator: Briony May Smith

Binding: Hardcover

Imprint: Walker Books

Age 3+

Picture Storybooks

Join Tiny Jenny, a mischievous fairy born to a family of wrens, as she sets out to find where she truly belongs.

Mr and Mrs Wren are surprised when a tiny, wingless fairy hatches from one of their eggs. But they lovingly name her Tiny Jenny and raise her as their own. Tiny Jenny – like all fairies – grows to be a menace in the woods. She digs up squirrel nuts and blocks mole hills. The other forest creatures are not happy. So Tiny Jenny decides it is time to leave her home and seek out her fairy family. But it turns out the fairies are anything but welcoming! Oh, where does Tiny Jenny truly belong?


Briony May Smith graduated from Falmouth University with a First Class degree in Illustration. Since then, she has been shortlisted for the British Comic Awards and has been twice highly commended for the Macmillan Children’s Prize. She is the author-illustrator of A Practical Present for Philippa Pheasant, Margaret's Unicorn and The Mermaid Moon, and the illustrator of Tooth Fairy in Training and Witch in Training, both written by Michelle Robinson. She is inspired by traditional fairy tales and folklore, and by the farm she lives on in Devon. Find her online at brionymaysmith.com and on Twitter and Instagram as @BrionyMaySmith.

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