Alice The Fairy

Alice The Fairy

Book - 2004
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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.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, c2004.
ISBN: 9780439490252
0439490251
Branch Call Number: JP Shann 3701wo 1
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill.

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skyekilaen
May 11, 2016

I’m normally not a David Shannon fan, but he got me with this one. Alice is in training to become a fairy, and she finds LOTS of ways to practice her fairy powers, including transforming her father’s cookies into her cookies. The childlike narration is a masterwork of deadpan humor. One of our favorite kids' books about fairies.

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tesstlc
Jun 03, 2014

Most of this book is fun, but I won't be letting my child check it out again.

It has messages like "brocolli is bad" and "it's no fun to clean things up" and I think these are messages that it is important NOT to reinforce.

Some may say it's harmless, but why take the chance. It's already hard enough to get my kids to eat!

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sapphicatthedisco
Oct 25, 2013

Read this as a kid lots

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Ubalstecha
Oct 01, 2011

David Shannon's very cute story of a little girl who is convinced she is a fairy. The author does a great job of inserting "magic" into everyday scenes. Fun.

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bluedolphin0524
Jun 27, 2013

bluedolphin0524 thinks this title is suitable for 55 years and over

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