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With several illustration assignments behind me now, I have happily returned to working on “A Field Guide to Fairies.” Here in the southeast, where ‘possums are plentiful, fairies use the gullible creatures as a form of mass transit. Since a ‘possum is insatiably curious but not very good at analytical thinking, he will walk all day to find the source of a blade of bahia grass tickling his nose — never suspecting that the other end of the stalk is held by a clever passenger. This drawing is Prismacolor pencil (two colors: white and dark umber) on buff BFK Rives paper. Enjoy!