Gwendolyn Carlisle loves fairies, perhaps too much. On her birthday, she receives the precious "kiss" necklace which has been passed down from mother to daughter ever since Peter Pan gave it to Wendy Darling. That night, Gwendolyn has the first of her visions-tantalizing, lifelike visions, almost as if she were actually in Fairy Haven.
More than anything, Gwendolyn wishes she could be there. When she is just about to lose hope, Peter Pan comes at last and blows fairy dust on her. The instant they reach Never Land, she sets out to find fairies. But after the evil Kyto, a dragon the fairies once helped to capture, escapes, the fairies must decide if Gwendolyn will help or hinder them in their battle for survival. . . .
Infused with magic and feeling, and bursting with excitement, this thrilling tale is the third in the celebrated series of illustrated novels from Newbery Honor winning author Gail Carson Levine and renowned illustrator David Christiana. Plus, this deluxe paperback edition includes full-color artwork!
|Series:||Fairy Dust Trilogy Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||6 - 10 Years|
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I have this book it's great right now I'm at chapter 22
I thought this book was very good and i recomend it!
This was an audio book that just didn't quite hit the spot for us. Perhaps if you were more into the Disney fairies and all their talents it would be a better fit. At times it felt like just a tie in to the Disney Fairy line to get children interested in buying the toys at the store. All of their talents and ways of speaking, they don't say sorry but, "I would fly backwards if I could" and not thank you but "fly with you" got a bit long. I lost track of which fairy was which and it just didn't hold my children's interest as I would have liked it to. Maybe reading it aloud would have been better as the book did have some illustrations. We made it through, but we won't be looking for any more books in this series. It turns out this is book three! The idea of all of Wendy's descendants having a chance to go see Peter Pan in Never Land was intriguing, but just not enough. Peter Pan is barely in the story and it is all about the fairies.