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The Very Fairy Princess Sparkles in the Snow Hardcover – October 15, 2013
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PreS-Gr 1–Spunky Geraldine is certain that she will be chosen to sing solo at the Winter Wonderland Festival. To make Mr. Higginbottom's decision easier, she steps forward just a little during chorus rehearsal and sings in her best (loudest) voice. She also sings outside her music teacher's door during lunch and underneath his window at recess. Geraldine is crushed when he announces that a professional will be the guest soloist. However, “Fairy princesses know how to take a frown and turn it upside down,” and on the morning of the concert, Geraldine is excited and ready to perform. Because of a snowstorm, though, the guest soloist can't get to the event on time. Luckily, “Fairy princesses are ALWAYS happy to lend a hand in a crisis,” and the child volunteers to substitute for her. Even with a shoe mishap, the concert is fabulous and is followed by a family sleigh ride. The lively, ink and colored-pencil illustrations capture Geraldine's spirit well. One can never have too many princess books, and this one is better than most.–Brooke Rasche, La Crosse Public Library, WIα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
In her ongoing adventures, well chronicled by this mother-daughter duo, the Very Fairy Princess is rarely at a loss for words or sparkly chutzpah. This time, Geraldine shows off her animated singing and wrangles a solo in her school’s Winter Wonderland Festival when the soloist gets delayed by a storm. Davenier captures well both Geraldine’s energy and the kind indulgence of her classmates and music teacher. She may make missteps, as when she paints her socks purple (to look like fairy slippers) and marks up the stage, but Geraldine’s sense of wonder and her enthusiasm are, as always, infectious. Preschool-Grade 1. --Abby Nolan
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This is the cutest story, and such a happy story, it is a great addition to children's bookshelves. It is very well written and illustrated.
Would definitely recommend.
the V. F. P Takes the Stage. all three of them are a hit!