Fairy Homes and Gardens by Ashley Rooney and Barbara Purchia
I'm going to do this review more like a cookbook review because it's a book of photos. There's no real written content, no plot and really you either like the topic or you don't. If you're not a Fairy Garden person there's nothing I can say that will make you interested in this book (unless maybe how to get a fairy to give you gold or something).
That being said - I loved this book. I love miniatures and have been wanting to make my own fairy garden since seeing some on Pinterest. So, when I saw this book come up on NetGalley I couldn't hit request fast enough.
One thing I want to be very clear on is that this is not a How-To book. There are no laid out projects or how to turn something into something else in step by form There's really not any suggestions for a regular reader in the book itself.
There are, however, pictures. Tons of pictures. Glorious pictures. There are pictures of beautiful detailed fairy gardens in tree stumps, flower pots, bird cages, chairs, and anything else you can think of. There is a little caption about each paragraph - who made it, where it is, and sometimes details about the materials used. While there is no instructions there is tons of inspiration. With all the looks and materials used there is going to be something that works for you.
My only complaint is that my eARC was in PDF form. This is a book that should be read in print form. I'm looking forward to getting a copy and paging through all the wonderful photographs.