Help is on the way! In the tradition of Lemony Snicket and Roald Dahl, Goblinproofing One's Chicken Coop shows how to banish those pesky dark Fairy creatures who are ready to thwart every last pleasure, be it gardening, country hikes, or even getting a good night's sleep.
In this charming guide, "fairy hunter" Reginald Bakeley offers practical instructions to clear your home and garden of these unsettling inhabitants, and banish them from your chicken coop and kitchen cupboard forever!
In Goblinproofing One's Chicken Coop readers will discover:
Why a bustle in one's hedgerow may be cause for alarm
Why a garden fumigator may come in handy on evenings at the pub
Why a toy merchant, a butcher, and a Freemason are among your best allies in the fight against the fey
Goblinproofing One's Chicken Coop is the only complete manual on how to identify, track, defend, and destroy those bothersome brownies, goblins, dwarves, scheming flowerfairies, and other nasty members of the fairy realm.
About the Author
Reginald Bakeley is best known for his longstanding editorship of Phooka, The Journal of the Overland Mallet Club. An avid sportsman and defender of rural life, Bakeley has devoted himself to public awareness and management of fairy populations throughout Britain. Visit him at www.goblinproofing.com.
Clint Marsh is a writer and publisher of practical esoterica. He has served as Reginald Bakeley's American editor since 1998, and maintains a website at www.wonderella.org.
"Dwarves, gnomes and goblins beware--your time has come!" --Philippa Ballantine, author of the Book of the Order series and co-author of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences novels — Reviews
"In this lively, power-packed little book, experienced fairy hunter Reginald Bakeley tells you everything you need to know to stop these pesky, mischievous invaders in their tracks. Providing explicit instructions for recognizing infestations of the fey, destroying their strongholds, and defending against further invasions, this is a must-have for everyone with a garden, dog house, window boxes, or even rustic decor." -Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight — Reviews