The Fairytale Thief by James Ellis


Jones-Ellis_CoverStop Thief! Who Stole the Fairytales?


Once upon a time during World War II, there were scary air raids in London. Ten-year-old Anna Sparrow goes with her mother to live with her grandfather at his remote farm. She has no idea it will mark the beginning of an adventure of a lifetime.


TheFairytale Thief has struck! When Anna wakes up one morning, she finds her mother and grandfather are blank-faced, dead-eyed, and unfeeling. Someone has stolen every story they’ve ever read or heard, including the story of their own lives. What in the world is happening?


Anna sets out to save them and her strange adventure begins. She meets a cat who isn’t just a cat, finds a house that shouldn’t exist, and ends up in another world that’s ruled by an evil tyrant called the Emerald Witch. Can a little girl defeat The Fairytale Thief?



THE FAIRYTALE THIEF (ISBN: 978-1-62212-376-6) is now available for $12.50 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website: or at or


Jones-Ellis_PhotoWHOLESALERS: This book is distributed by Ingram Books and other wholesale distributors. Contact your representative with the ISBN for purchase. Wholesale purchase for retailers, universities, libraries, and other organizations is also available through the publisher; please email


About the Author: James Ellis was born Lee Denzil Jones in 1971. He lives in the United Kingdom and has written fiction since he was a child. He wrote his first stories and comic strips at age six, and later he studied English literature and creative writing. He has written novels, short stories, graphic novels, lyric collections, and songs. The author lives in a nice sleepy village, has a great family, good friends, and the most amazing cat in the world.


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