Alice the Fairy

By Shannon, David

Publishers Summary:
Alice, who claims to be a temporary fairy, still has a lot to learn, such as how to make her clothes put themselves away in the closet. 2-5 yrs.

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ISBN
978-0-43949-025-2
Publisher
Blue Sky Scholastic


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School Library Journal

Reviewed on November 1, 2004

PreS-Gr 1 Donning a fairy costume inspires a little girl's imagination in this droll picture book. Alice speaks for herself, claiming she can fly (not too high but really fast), can change her dad into a horse (for a horsey ride), can make herself disappear (by flicking off the light switch with her wand), and can turn oatmeal into cake by pouring on fairy dust (sugar). There are elements of danger, such as broccoli poisoned by the wicked ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

Horn Book Magazine

Reviewed on January 1, 2005

Alice the Fairy—a "temporary" fairy with ambitions to become a permanent one—has all sorts of tricks up her sleeve. She can make cookies disappear, make it dark in her house, and fly fast, but not high, with her wings. (Alice wishes she could avoid poisonous broccoli served by the "wicked duchess" and could take her baths in Jell-O, ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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