Fairy Perfume

Fairy Perfume

by Emily Martha Sorensen

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BN ID: 2940161413531
Publisher: Emily Martha Sorensen
Publication date: 01/11/2019
Series: Fairy Senses , #11
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 354 KB
Age Range: 6 - 8 Years

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Fairy Perfume 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Betababe 5 months ago
Rotten Garbage This, the penultimate tale in the series, is not intended to stand alone, but is the only story I've read. Despite jumping into the middle of things, the story made sense and makes me want to start at the beginning to get the entire picture. My "sense" is that this is aimed at middle school or younger but is a vocabulary stretcher if one is going to understand Sunflower. I'm an adult and enjoyed the imagination displayed (and even my vocabulary was nudged =o] ).
avidreaderGC10 8 months ago
Cute story of a girl who likes to gossip. This story is a continuing backstory about fairy senses. Each book in the series is about a different girl and what she had to do to pad a fairy test. Your kids will love it!
rokinrev 8 months ago
"Secrets were dumb, but maybe sometimes you had to keep them anyway to not hurt people’s feelings." Jasmine can't keep a secret, but when she finds a pretty bottle of perfume in her sock drawer, she figures out what it is by others not telling her what it was. And then she finds someone who wants to stop her from doing her task These books are what introduced me to the wonderful world that is Emily Martha Sorensen. While the other ten books are kinder, this one sounds a bit more realistic because I agree that there are both good things and bad things about the tests these kids are given, and the others know it. Jasmine used to be friends with them, why won't they help her? This one I recommend with a caveat that a "grownup" be around to talk about it. 4/5 [Disclaimer: I received this book from the author and voluntarily reviewed it]