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Never Girls #1: In a Blink (Disney Fairies) Library Binding – January 8, 2013
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Young Kate McCrady, her friends Lainey and Mia, and Mia’s younger sister, Gabby, hear silvery bells, view flying flamingos, and feel an ocean breeze, and then they are magically whisked away—in a blink—to Pixie Hollow, Never Land’s home to fairies, including Tinker Bell. The fairies agree to transport the girls back home, but before that can occur, Kate sneaks away for a rendezvous with Vidia, a fast-flying fairy with a nasty agenda. As the book concludes, the girls (called “Clumsies” by the fairies) are stuck in Never Land, happily awaiting further adventures. This new series builds on the popularity of existing fairies titles (including Thorpe’s Tink in a Fairy Fix, 2011) that promote the Disney version of Never Land. Each fairy has his or her own talent (Tinker Bell mends pots and pans, while Rain is in charge of weather), making the characters easy to remember. Short chapters, a large font, and plentiful black-and-white illustrations make this book accessible to beginning chapter-book readers. Recommended where demand for fairies is high. Grades 2-4. --Kay Weisman --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
KIKI THORPE has written some of the bestselling books in our Disney Fairies chapter books series, including The Trouble with Tink, Tink North of Never Land, and Tink in a Fairy Fix. She lives in San Francisco.
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I rated this book four stars because it was very interesting, but towards the end I wasn't that interested anymore. I mostly recommended this book for seven-year-olds because some ten-year-olds, like me, may lose interest reading because it may start to get easy for their reading level.
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I highly recommend these books to parents with daughters who may struggle with reading!! We just purchased books 3 & 4!