Enter a magical forest where a woodcutter is granted one wish after saving the life of a fairy. The woodcutter must make a difficult decision when faced with the needs of his wife, his father, and his mother. His ingenious and touching choice is at the heart of this traditional tale.
©2003 Tanya Robyn Batt; (P)2003 Barefoot Books
"This enchanting tale is sure to spark lively discussion, and it will be a good springboard for creative-writing assignments, even among children older than the target audience." (Booklist)
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