Author: N.A. Davenport

Category: Children and Middle Grade

Regular price: $3.99

Deal price: Free

Deal starts: January 16, 2021

Deal ends: January 16, 2021


An injured fairy. A magical door. An enchanted world.A page-turning adventure for children 8-12.Nothing is going right for ten-year-old Amy. Her mother disappeared when she was a baby. Her father has fallen ill. And now she has to move away from her home to live in the country with her grandmother.But when she finds an injured fairy in her grandmother’s barn, Amy’s life is forever changed.Traveling through the enchanted fairy door on a quest to cure her father, she discovers a magical world filled with wonders: fairy villages built into trees, glowing crystal caverns, majestic white stags with the power to grant wishes.But it soon becomes clear that all is not well in the land of fairies, and Amy’s quest is not nearly as simple as she thought.Don’t miss The Last Fairy Door, the first book in the Fairies of Titania series by N. A. Davenport. This middle-grade fantasy is perfect for young fans of magic, mystery, and adventure. Claim your copy now!"l loved this book and can't wait for more to come! Know that these books are on the shelf in my library at Grantham Elementary along with the Werewolf Max series!"-Amazon Reviewer ?????"My absolute FAVORITE part of this book, even as an adult reader, is the writing. Davenport writes beautifully. The descriptions were gorgeous and everything was written clear and concise. Plus, the imagery was always front and center in my head."-Amazon Reviewer ?????"I truly enjoyed every minute of reading this book! All the characters, from humans to fairies to woodland creatures, were relatable and engaging. With each page, I wanted to know what would happen next."-Amazon Reviewer ?????Great for fans of:The Nevergirls CollectionThe Tail of Emily WindsnapThe Girl Who Drank the MoonWishThe Secret LakeShelve with:Middle grade fictionFairy books for 8-12 year oldsMagical books for kidsFantasy books for kidsMagical adventures for girls