Philippa Fisher and the Stone Fairy’s Promise – Book Review
By Angela Youngman Jan 11, 2011, 15:56 GMT
Philippa is looking forward to spending New Year in the village where her new friend Robyn lives. But her fairy godsister, Daisy - assigned to a new job but disobeying orders as usual - turns up to warn her that Something Really Bad (SRB) is going to happen! What they don\'t know is that a fairy has gone missing from the ancient stone circle on the moors - and ...more
A delightful story which will both enchant and amuse. Philippa is looking forward to spending New Year with her new friend Robyn but plans go awry when fairy godsister Daisy arrives.
A fairy has gone missing from the ancient stone circle on the moors and the fairy godmothers need the help of Philippa and Daisy.
The result is predictable - quiet chaos as fairies and humans swap worlds. Can the duo manage to save the day? At times you are not quite sure about it! It is a very relaxing read, which always raises a little smile.
The story line involving the stone fairies is a slightly different slant on the traditional plots and involves some ingenuity to set things right. A nice story which will appeal to girls.
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