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Ella the Rose Fairy (Rainbow Magic, The Petal Fairies) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-11 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0545070961
LANGUAGE: English

" I'm ready to hand the fairies over to the goblins. "Boil the dust speck" " said.

" Roses are red. Violets are blue. tell me what you think of Ella too! " said.

" This book is about a fairy that is trying to find the magic rose petle. " said.

" Jack Frost ordered his goblins to steal the petals and all the flowers dying. Kirsty and Rachel have to help the fairies find their petals. This book is the last one. That's why I told you about it. " said.

" I have no idea what my daughter sees in these damn fairy books but she loves them, so I read them to her. they're completely formulaic - read one, you've read them all. but for whatever reason they never lose their charm to her. " said.

" I liked the book because I like flowers. Rachel and Kirsty were in a garden show and the goblins were also in the garden full of different color flowers but mostly pink flowers and the goblins don't like pink. But the goblins were looking for magical rose petal so they had to look at pink roses and Ella turned one goblin pink and I thought it was funny. " said.

"This is five-year-old's first foray into listening to chapter books. While I'm glad her attention for listening without (many) pictures is developing, these books are so silly! And there are at least a bazillion of them. Fifty, maybe more? Heaven help me. Where are the "classic" transition read-aloud books?!

The formulaic nature, though, makes them easier for the young listener to engage, understand and process the story. THey are clean and safe, and not particularly insulting. Just not my cup of tea.
" said.

" This is the last of seven books in the The Petal Fairies series by the group of authors who call themselves Daisy Meadows. Their books are so formulaic, no wonder they've churned out more than a hundred of them. But our oldest loves them and gets more and more at the library every time. She's averaging one every day or every other day, so it'll still take many months before she exhausts the selections. So far I'm keeping up with her, but only because I can read one of them in about five minutes. " said.

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