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
Fairy Mom and Me by Sophie Kinsella
How would you like a cow in your kitchen, or rain that is chocolate milk?
With this magic word, Marshmallow, Poof Ella’s mom is a fairy. She can fly in the air and turn invisible. Ella has to help her mom with her magic because she is not that good at it yet. When she does do magic it usually turns into a disaster.
Ella cannot wait to be a fairy just like all the other females in the family, but she knows she must be patient.
This is a cute little story that tea ...more
As soon as I heard Sophie Kinsella was writing a book for children...I placed holds at my local library for both me and my 8 year old daughter. I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella. I have read all her books. I was excited to be able to share Sophie's writing with my daughter. I read the book on my own while Gracie read her copy with her Daddy. This book is sweet, charming and fun. The illustrations and book cover are adorable. I happily look forward to reading the next book in the series with my d ...more
Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch, wenn mal morgens wieder keiner Milch besorgt hat, oder die extra pingelige Nachbarin spontan zum Tee vorbeikommt. Denn, Hokuspokus, zaubert Mami dann - eine Kuh in die Küche und fliegenden Muffinteig. Wie gut, dass Ella ...more
Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children’s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie’s books.
An excellent choice for middle graders interested in fairies, cupcakes and mischief. Ella is an adorable girl who hopes to one day follow in her mother's foot steps and become a fairy. Ella is such a help with spells that it is hard not to admire her right from the beginning. A fun twist with modern fairy advantages such as fairy apps and a computawand. One misadventure after another will keep you tuning pages to see just how much more mischief she and her mother will get into.
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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
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
I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. The illustrations were really cute and my daughter laughed out loud from them.
I felt it ended a bit abruptly, but knowing there is another book coming helps. The chapters were a bit long and didn't really connect t ...more