Trouble with Tink

Trouble with Tink

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Trouble with Tink 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
daughter loved it, but then again she loves Tink. I also as a parent, loved it too, and thought it was really funny.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm currently reading the book The Trouble with Tink and its awsome! I have the book and its great! Its about when Tinker Bell loses her tinkers hammer while playing a game of tag, that hammer is her main tool and with out it she won't know what to do. Plus other farieys think shes loosing her talent and well... you read it and find out!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This story is about tinker bell. She loses her hammer and needs it to work on Queen Clairon's bathtub! Will Tink find her hammer in time? Buy the book to find out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hi there! I am reading a book called The Trouble With Tink and it is a very good book. I enjoyed the book because it was interesting for me and a very nice and cute story. I chose the book, because it was on the school bookfair and their usually great and I love Tinker Bell because she is my favorite fairy and character so I read the summary and it was interesting for me and the summary made me read it. SUMMARY Tinker Bell is the best Pots-and-pans talent fairy in all Pixie Hollow. The fairy¿s played a game like tag and suddenly when they were playing, she lost her tinker¿s hammer and she is very sad. She checked all over the ground for her Tinker¿s hammer. But Tink had a spare hammer but in Peter Pans hideout. All the fairies thought that she had lost her talent. A friend of her called Prilla told her that she could go with Queen Ree and she said that she would probably fix it but who knows? You¿ll have to read the rest. My favorite part was when she was playing tag and the pictures I did and saw and the part when she went with Peter Pan. You should read it so you can tell us you¿r favorite part(s). I would recommend the book to a girl between 8-12 years because it is not a very hard book. Or for a person between second grade and sixth grade.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am reading a book called trouble with Tink. Let me tell you more about the book. Tinker bell is the best pots and pans fairy in all pixie hollow. Untill one night she loss her tinker¿ hammer all stars to go wrong. Now everyone thinks that Tink has lost her talent because nothing she fixes comes out right. Fortunately Tink has a spare hammer peters pans hideout. Only Tink is shy to go thinking he will ignore her like when Wendy came to never land. Will Tink go? or will she have to give up her talent forever ? are the things she fixing aren¿t come out right because of her hammer or her talent?
Guest More than 1 year ago
My daughter (11) loved this series, and she is reading it to her 6-year-old sister as well. She has read all 4 books in the series and anxiously awaits the 5th in May. The last book she read in 2 sittings. Love any book that gets kids to read and be excited about it.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is so good!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked the book but I could expect better. When Tink loses her hammer it feels like the world went upside down. I like it.