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by Meredith Badger

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ISBN:
0312619073
Author:
Meredith Badger
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Square Fish (April 27, 2010)
Pages:
176 pages
EPUB book:
1661 kb
FB2 book:
1707 kb
DJVU:
1926 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
104


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Fairy School Dropout. Elly ghtly is a fairy. Elly was trying her best to get kicked out of her third fairy school, when something strange happened. Not only did she meet a human but she granted that human a wish.

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Sapphire was the perfect name for her because she had the biggest, bluest eyes you could ever see. Elly sometimes teased her that she looked like the sort of fairy humans drew pictures of.

Hi, Saphie!’ said Elly, quickly shoving her skateboard in her bag. ‘Hi!’ said Saphie. Did you get my wandmessage? I sent one last night reminding you about this morning’s spelling test. Elly fished out her wand, which was looking worse than ever

Step away from the wand. Elly ghtly comes from a long line of famous fairies.

Step away from the wand. My 7 year old daughter picked this book out, and read the entire book in 2 sittings. She loved it! She does not like the "typical" girl books for her age/reading level, like American Girl books. She reads at a 6th grade reading level and it is hard to find books that are emotionally appropriate for her, but still a good read. This book satisfied her desire to read fantasy, but still girly at the same time.

Her books include the Fairy School Dropout series, the Tweenie Genie series, and two books in the Go Girl! series. She has also written a young adult novel, Shift, under the pseudonym Em Bailey. Badger was born in Australia and now lives in Germany with her daughter and husband. Fairy School Dropout, Feiwel & Friends, 2010. Fairy School Dropout Undercover, Feiwel & Friends, 2010. Fairy School Dropout: Over the Rainbow, Feiwel & Friends, 2011.

Fairy School Drop-out. published in 2006 by. Hardie Grant Egmont. Prahran, Victoria, 3181, Australia. The pages of this book are printed on paper approved by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), which promotes responsible management of the world’s forests.

Then Elly meets Jess, a human girl who helps Elly fix her malfunctioning wand. Elly never dreamed being friends with a human could make her life so much better. She is also a writer for the Go Girl! series.

Step away from the wand . . .

Elly Knottleweed-Eversprightly comes from a long line of famous fairies. But just because one of her ancestors wrote the historic Fairy Code doesn't mean Elly loves being a fairy. In fact, she hates it. She can't stand the itchy tutus, would rather ride her skateboard than fly the Fairy Flock, and messes up all of her magic spells. Plus, she's been kicked out of two fairy academies for turning her Synchronized Flying Instructor purple and catching a flyrus (it wasn't her fault!). Then Elly meets Jess, a human girl who helps Elly fix her malfunctioning wand. Elly never dreamed being friends with a human could make her life so much better. But can Jess help keep Elly from being kicked out of Fairy School―forever?

  • Bev
To be a fairy or not to be a fairy is the question Elly has put to herself. Elly is the worst fairy in fairy school which she much graduate to get her wish granting licene. She sometimes think life would be much better as a human. Then by accident she meet Jess when her mom's flying suitcase and natural talented baby sister goes flying from her house next door to Jess'. Jess didn't believe in fairies before meeting Elly and much to Elly's surprise Jess isn't interested in asking for wishes. Now that she has a human friend who believes in her she can't seem to do anything wrong no matter how hard she tires to become a drop out. What's a fairy to do?
  • Cashoutmaster
My almost four year old daughter picked this book to read at night (mostly from the color and the fact it had to do with fairies I think). The plot, writing, and pictures were dull enough that she actually asked me to stop reading it sometimes because she didn't like it. It seems like it may be a good book to breeze through on a lazy afternoon, but it didn't have enough substance for my daughter and I. To be a good book I would have liked to see more character development (friends and family) and less information about fairies.
  • Drelalen
My 7 year old daughter loved this book. She has books she reads on her own and books she likes me to read to her. This one she insisted I read to her so I could experience it too. She loved it and as a mom, I really liked it too. It's a very charming book about friendship and a little wild side to the antics the girls get into. A perfect little book for a 5-8 year old.
  • Redfury
My doughter 9 She love it. Book is dasnot has good pics - but it has good amgination. Very magickly book
  • Virn
My daughter loves these books and is determined to find out for herself which of her neighbours is a fairy.
  • Kiutondyl
Simply an enjoyable read for a 9 year old child. The plot and use of appropriate words for this age group certainly encouraged reading
  • EXIBUZYW
I have read this book and the second one and I love them both. I really want to get the next one and I love this book!!
My granddaughter loves all the Fairy School stories. She is 8 yrs. -- Thanks Meredith Badger!