Spring is in the air! If you haven’t seen these happiest of yellow spring flowers popping up everywhere, you will very soon!
Meet the Dandelion’s fairy partner:
And here’s the Dandelion’s rhyme:
See my leaves with tooth-like edges;
Blow my clocks to tell the time;
See me flaunting by the hedges,
In the meadow, in the lane,
Gay and naughty in the garden;
Pull me up—I grow again,
Asking neither leave nor pardon.
Sillies, what are you about
With your spades and hoes of iron?
You can never drive me out—
Me, the dauntless Dandelion!
Buy the book containing this fairy and the other fairies of spring: