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Posted October 5, 2011
Highly Recommend - this one is a favorite!
My daughter and I loves The Very Fairy Princess books. We have fairy princess snacks of sugar cookies w/ sprinkles & pink lemonade frequently. The message this book teaches is one that's important for every fairy princess.
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Posted September 24, 2011
Posted August 12, 2013
The very fairy princess, Gerry, is excited when she learns that
The very fairy princess, Gerry, is excited when she learns that her ballet class is going to perform a ballet dance on stage! It was called “The Crystal Princess”, and Gerry knew she would make a PERFECT princess – she was a natural, of course.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Tiffany got the part. Gerry didn’t. Gerry got the part of the jester. With a silly hat, and shoes, and costume… And stick. Worst of all, Gerry has lost her sparkle. How can a fairy princess get her sparkle back?
My sister Josie LOVES these books. I have to say I really like the very fairy princess stories too because of the messages in the books. They are perfect for young kids. Ms. Edwards and Ms. Hamilton are awesome at assessing what young children think. I can totally understand how Gerry feels about not getting the princess part and having to settle for being a jester. Plus, I like the theme of this book. I like plays and musicals and ballets (not that I do ballet! No no no) a lot, so I like how this book takes place on stage. :) I think this is a great book for younger kids!
**NOTE I got this book as a gift
Posted June 4, 2012