Children’s Literature

“Children have incredible imaginations.  They are so uninhibited and their minds overflow with creativity.  Our goal is to create an environment for them to experience and see the process of literature and art merging together, to ignite a creative spark within their soul and inspire them to read, write and find the artist within themselves.”  -Jacklyn Laflamme, Illustrator

Jacklyn Laflamme with children at the Lighthouse Center for the Arts Museum, Tequesta, Palm Beach, Florida 2010

Jacklyn Laflamme with children at the Lighthouse Center for the Arts Museum, Tequesta, Palm Beach, Florida 2010

From Dr. Seuss to Harry Potter, children’s literature has a special place in our hearts. We invite you to join The Fairy Tale Project in “igniting a creative spark” in children by joining us at local events or sharing The Fairy Tale Project Trilogy with your children, grandchildren, family, friends, neighbors or students.

Acrylic on canvas by Jacklyn Laflamme

Acrylic on canvas by Jacklyn Laflamme

“I, Mandrake, am the best magician in the village!” proclaimed one.

“We’ll see about that,” replied the other.

“I, Glisimer, am the best magician in all of the forest!”

And with that, both raised their magic wands!

POOF!          CRACKLE!        SIZZLE!        POOF!

Studies show that children who share “Story Time” with parents have:

  • Better reading skills
  • A larger and more advanced vocabulary
  • Improved reading comprehension

 The brightly illustrated Fairy Tale Project Trilogy sparks the imagination in children of all ages.

  • Explore the Magical Forest and enrich your child’s reading experience
  • Encourage good lifetime reading habits
  • Enhance your child’s reading, vocabulary and comprehensive skills 

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