Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Children's Book review: The Worst Fairy Godmother Ever! (The Wish List #1 )by Sarah Aronson

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book free of charge,from Scholastic Press via Edelweiss, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it,  all opinions are my own.

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And now for a book thatcome sout ust in time for some FUN Summer reading!

The Worst Fairy Godmother Ever! cover

Synopsis:

It takes more than a sprinkle of magic to be a great fairy godmother! 

Q: What do you need to become a great fairy godmother?

a) kindness
b) determination
c) gusto
d) all of the above

Fairy-godmother-in-training Isabelle doesn't know what gusto is, but she's pretty sure she has what it takes to pass fairy godmother training with flying colors.

But then Isabelle is assigned a practice princess who is not a princess at all. Nora is just a normal girl -- a normal girl who doesn't believe in fairy godmothers, or wishes come true, or happily ever afters.

Isabelle has to change Nora's mind about magic and grant a wish for her. If she can't, Isabelle will flunk training and never become a great fairy godmother!

Review:

This is book 1 in the new The Wish List series, and one that your daughter is sure to get hooked on! And any book that is FUN to read, means kids WILL read, right? Which means you need this one for the Summer reading list! Girls will easily relate to Isabelle and how she not only has to live up to the expectations of her grandmother, but of the her big sister. Add in the fact that grandma is President of the Fairy Godmothers, and there is a recipe for disaster, unless Isabelle can but her spuky mettle to order and pass her tests. The book will leave your kids laughing and wanting the next one in the series. It's great for reading out loud too! Miss Grace gives it a high thumbs up!


About the Author:

Sarah Aronson has always believed in magic—especially when it comes to writing. Her favorite things (in no particular order) include all kinds of snacks (especially chocolate), sparkly accessories, biking along Lake Michigan, and reading all kinds of stories—just not the fine print!

Sarah holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She lives with her family in Evanston, Illinois. Find out more at www.saraharonson.com.

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