From the bestselling author of the Shopaholic series and our YA Finding Audrey, comes the first of a duology for young readers about a girl learning to become a fairy from her imperfect fairy mom, with a tech twist.Ella Brook can't wait to grow up, because one day she will become a fairy and have her own sparkly wings and a teacher on Fairy Tube, just like her mom! Until then, Ella has to learn by watching her mom in action. But sometimes spells go wrong, and Ella's mom can never seem to remember the right magic codes. A lot of the time, it's up to Ella to come to the rescue. Does she have what it takes to be a fairy one day? Or will there be more glitches than glitter?...
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Fairy Mom and Me (Fairy Mom and Me #1) Reviews
Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt.
When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it!
This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that her mother makes with her fairy magic.
This story would be great for parents and children to read together. It’s quite funny. All of the spells end in “idoo” such as “cupcakeridoo” and “fixeridoo.” These funny, made up wo ...more
Mummy Fairy and Me￼ was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into chapters, but individual stories around a particular spell cast by Mummy Fairy who is not quite the best fairy in town! Her way of changing from Mummy into Mummy Fairy was one of DGD#1 favourite parts of the book as ...more
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Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes care of Ella and Ollie, but when the situation requires it, she breaks out her Computawand and magics up cupcakes, flying beds, or clean up spells. Things often go awry, but work out in the end. Ella has two good friend ...more
This book is a great first pick for our Mommy and Me reading group!
My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book!
There was the question about their mummy!
“Are you also a fairy mummy?” I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth.
” I think every mummy is a kind of fairy, we all have magical qualities, and we all have a computerwand( the mobile) don’t we?”
Well, there it was. The children were satisfied with my answer.
We all immensely enjoyed reading ...more
Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella.
I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that kids as young as 5 might enjoy the story, I don't know many 5 year olds that read 100+ page books.
My niece is 8 years old and the book was perfect for her because we would take turns reading the book.
The narrator is Ella. ...more
Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated by Ella. She comes from a family that has a long line of female fairies. Her mom looks like a regular mom most of the time, but with her magic word, "Marchmallow" she becomes a fairy. Problem is, she is not very go ...more