- Title: Fourth Grade Fairy
- Author: Eileen Cook
- ISBN: 9781416998112
- Page: 153
- Format: Paperback
All Willow Doyle wants is to be normal, to fit in at her new school, and to have a best friend But there s no way Willow will ever be normal There isn t anything normal about her or the Doyle family Willow comes from a long line of fairy godmothers and she s expected to be one too when the time comes At the moment she s merely sprite status Maybe that would be coolAll Willow Doyle wants is to be normal, to fit in at her new school, and to have a best friend But there s no way Willow will ever be normal There isn t anything normal about her or the Doyle family Willow comes from a long line of fairy godmothers and she s expected to be one too when the time comes At the moment she s merely sprite status Maybe that would be cool if it were like the old days when the humans known as humdrums knew fairy godmothers existed and the fairies didn t have to keep their fairy status secret Now the re stuck helping humans who don t even believe in them Rather than help normals, Willow would rather be human She s sick of being weird When she s given the chance to attend a humdrum elementary school for two weeks, this is Willow s chance to finally experience a normal life but will she be able to fit in And can she find her best friend there, even if her parents discourage making friends with humans
Recent Comments "Fourth Grade Fairy"
Well, I'm not in the target market for this book, and I couldn't put it down. Either I'm really immature, or Eileen is just that good. I read it for three reasons. 1) Eileen Cook is fabulous. I read everything with her name on it. (Mind you, the grocery lists can get a bit dry, but it's always fun to riffle through someone's trash.) 2) I will be passing this book on to my 8-yr-old niece, and I had to make sure it was appropriate for her little mind. (Yes, I realize it's not likely to compare to [...]
Fourth Grade FairyMany years ago, humans and fairies were friendsuntil something bad happened. Some fairies decided it was more fun to play tricks on humans instead of grant wishes, which was their calling. Push came to shove and it was no longer safe to remain exposed to the newly named “humdrums” and so the fairies banded together and used their magic to cast a hiding spell, allowing them to blend in but remain in plain site to carry out their duties. The relationships between these two gr [...]
I was Obsessed with this book when I was little. Imagine my shock after I read With Malice and discovered they’re by the same author!
For her tenth birthday, all Willow wishes is to have Miranda, the most popular girl of fourth grade, as her best friend. Unfortunately for Willow, while Miranda is a normal human there is absolutely nothing normal about Willow or her family. They have descended from a long line of fairy godmothers, granting wishes to humans (or humdrums as called by the fairies) who don’t even believe that such things as fairies can exist out of stories. Another thing preventing Willow to strike up a friendshi [...]
These are the things Willow knows:* Her older sister is a perfectly prissy pain in her hindquarters.*A dog would be a perfect companion for her.*Ten (or the big ONE-OH) is the most important birthday ever.* Having a best best friend would be the greatest birthday present in the world!Those are the thoughts jumbled around in Willow Doyle's head as we follow her through the story. If you're thinking that this sounds like an adorable story, you would be correct!Young readers will find a lot to love [...]
When Willow turns 10, her magic power will arrive, and she's not looking forward to it. It will probably be something dumb, like flying, which you can't ever do when anyone could see you. She wishes she could be a regular human girl and go to school with all the other girls in her neighborhood. But her parents say fairies should not be friends with humans. "What if they figure out that you have magic powers?" Then Willow's grandmother, who is the principal at a human school, and also happens to [...]
My entering 5th-grader read this and thought it was so good that it was shared with the entering 2nd-grader. Some of it was pretty funny - Willow taking a bath with her clothes on. There are deception issues, and some violent thoughts that are not acted upon, between the sisters, but the situation is resolved. My favorite quote came from the cat, Louise, "The secret to being different is to revel in it. Makes people worry you're having more fun than they are." Today, in the car, the 5th grader a [...]
This series (I'm currently on book 3 now) is pretty entertaining enough. Although I admit I mostly don't read the list parts (or quiz part) that occur at the beginning of single chapter. It's pretty boring. So I skip it and I don't think it really adds much to the story other by being a "cute" thing the main character does.
This book was great just like the 2nd on meaning "Wishes For Biggners"By the way 4 thumbs up!
Wow I have no idea why I gave it 1 rating!! Well I hated it and I barely remembered what happened so maybe that's why!
A charming tale. My (sixth grade) niece loved this series even though it's a bit young for her. She even wrote to the author to tell her!
Written by one of my fellow RWA members (and friend), my daughter LOVED it! We're starting the next book in this series tonight. I love that she is getting into books like med fantasy, too!
This was a really fun book that me and the November 4th grade girls book club. We agreed this would be a great next series for the girls who love the Rainbow Fairy Magic Books.
maybe 3.5 stars. She saved her mean sister's life. I liked it because it has kind of some reality but it's cool because she has to keep a lot of secrets.
[PDF] ✓ Free Download ☆ Fourth Grade Fairy : by Eileen Cook ✓ 153 Eileen Cook
Title: [PDF] ✓ Free Download ☆ Fourth Grade Fairy : by Eileen Cook ✓