The Fairy Dust Adventures Series
Lucy and the Missing Fairy is the first instalment from the Fairy Dust Adventures series and the special world she encounters when passing through the fairy door. Each self-contained story reveals more of this captivating world and the exciting mystery of the disappearing fairies which only Lucy can solve.
The series is being created through the brilliant writing of the multi-award-winning author Chris Hastings and is illustrated by Kris Marmor, a rising star in children’s publishing. These life-affirming stories have been especially written to develop young imaginations and inspire learning. They will enthuse, enthral, and excite.
The stories feature a world of fairies, elves, unicorns, and other mythical and fantastical creatures which are currently hugely popular with young readers in a the age 5-7 range.
Each 80-page paperback book is lavishly illustrated with over 60 greyscale images.
Chris Hastings is a multi-award and BAFTA-winning writer who has worked with the likes of the BBC and Channel 4. His delightful picture book George the (Almost) Fearless Mouse, written with best-selling US author Dr Elaine Aron, is available in schools and libraries. He is the father of two young children.
He was also the scriptwriter for the highly successful multi-million selling game Prison Architect and has been involved as a writer or producer of a number of award-winning feature films.
Chris Hastings is available for book signings and readings and library events via the contact form.
Kristi Marmor is a freelance artist based in Melbourne. Originally from Estonia she has studied art in one form or other her whole life and her Eastern European heritage has a strong influence on her work.
Kris has a Bachelor’s degree in Decorative Arts from the Estonian Art Academy. On graduating, Kris divided her time between creating murals for children’s bedrooms and working as a fire twirler in a travelling show, something she describes as “the craziest time.”
Her life in Australia is itself the stuff of the best romantic fiction. Originally intended as a relatively brief visit, she met the love of her life there and the rest, as they say, is history.