“Pacita the Pacifier Fairy is a vibrant and essential book for parents who have toddlers and young children, whether or not those children use a pacifier. This story about Pacita’s magical powers will put your children–and you too!–on the path to a life without pacifiers.”

David Roderick

Poet and Co-director of Left Margin LIT, David’s writing has been awarded a Wallace Stegner Fellowship at Stanford University, the Amy Lowell Traveling Scholarship, and the Campbell Corner Poetry Prize.

“A helpful, encouraging read for kids at a crucial life stage.”

A fairy encourages children to give up their pacifiers in Attry, Febvre, and Lawson’s picture book, illustrated by Huette (Rare Patients in the Waiting Room, 2012, etc.). Pacita, a dark-haired, light-skinned, humanlike fairy, visits anthropomorphic animal children...

“A precious tool in overcoming the binky!”

“Leaving behind the pacifier can be a daunting task for children and parents alike. Fortunately, Pacita the Pacifier fairy can come to the rescue. Beyond the clever story and engaging illustrations, the promise of giving up the beloved pacifier in exchange for a...

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