Rose lives with her parents in a small cottage in the forest. Her family are poor and hardworking, and Rose yearns for fun, friendship and flowers.
One Midsummer's Day, walking wearily home, Rose hears beautiful singing and follows the joyful sound deep into the trees. As she listens, a flurry of fairies bursts out of a tiny door in the side of a hill One of the fairies invites Rose to join their party.
Entering the fairy world, Rose is enchanted with her new friends and gladly joins in with their Midsummer song. Will she ever want to leave?
Inspired by traditional tales of fairy folk, celebrated storyteller Janis Mackay weaves a magical tale that will capture any child's imagination. Rushi Mhasane's delightful illustrations sparkle with joy and vitality.
About the Author
Janis Mackay is a prize-winning children�s author, storyteller and creative writing tutor. She writes picture books and middle-grade novels including The Selkie Girl, The Wee Seal and the Magnus Fin trilogy. Her novel The Accidental Time Traveller won a Scottish Children's Book Award and in 2019 was adapted into a musical by British Youth Theatre. Janis currently lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. Ruchi Mhasane has a masters degree in Children's Book Illustration from Cambridge School of Art. She currently lives in India, where she grew up. She is the illustrator of The Selkie Girl.