Originally written for the daughter of Ralph Waldo Emerson, a family friend, Louisa May Alcott charms us with the daily events in her fantasy world of flora and fauna. By using the magical fairies as actors in nature's play, Alcott creates delightful morality plays, allowing children to easily learn the lessons of right from wrong. Stories include:
"The Frost King, or, The Power of Love"
"Eva's Visit to Fairyland"
"Lilly Bell and Thistledown"