If you were a fan of Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book you will love this book. It is the backstory of Lady Cottington, her brother Quentin and their home Cottington Hall. Their lives are rediscovered by their descendant Maddi who travels to the remains of Cottington Hall after a fight with her family. Maddi also has the ability to see faeries. If you are a Froud fan this is a must have book!— Heather G
Renowned artist/author duo Brian and Wendy Froud present, for the first time, the backstory of Cottington Hall and its intriguing inhabitants: the Cottington family and the faeries living among them. The rise and fall of this eccentric British family gives us humorous, and sometimes tragic, glimpses into how the Cottingtons became inexorably entwined with the faeries during the late 19th and 20th centuries. When a descendant, Maddi, visits the Cottingtons’s dilapidated hall, she finds herself caught up in a story of intrigue and mystery. While reading the letters and journals of her ancestors and discovering a wealth of inventions aimed at allowing humans to visit the fairy realm unharmed, Maddi slowly becomes aware of the faeries and their world.
Also available from Brian and Wendy Froud: Brian Froud's Faeries' Tales and Brian Froud's Goblins: 10 1/2 Anniversary Edition.
About the Author
Wendy Froud is a sculptor, writer, and puppetmaker and is best known as the fabricator of Star Wars’ Yoda. The Frouds live in Devon, England.
Brian Froud, one of the most respected mythic artists of our time, has won numerous awards, including the Hugo Award for Best Original Artwork.