Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg

Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg

Book - 2015 | 10th anniversary edition, second edition
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"Unbeknownst to many, the fairies of Never Land have an intricate community in which everyone is useful to society. And, sadly, the newest arrival, Prilla, just doesn't fit in, for she appears without knowing what her particular talent is. Is she a tinker who likes to fix pots and pans like Tinker Bell? Or should she play with water like sweet Ree? Prilla's problems quickly become moot when the source of all magic on Never Land, a mysterious egg belonging to motherly Mama Dove, is destroyed in a vicious hurricane. Now Prilla and two other fairies must embark on a quest to save the egg and, with it, Never Land's secret of youth before it is too late. This book isn't going to bowl anyone over with its originality, and Levine isn't afraid to employ a little deus ex machina when the fancy strikes her, but overall it's an engaging tale. The story is exciting, the characters accessible if stock, and Christiana's lush, full-color illustrations breathtaking. Children already enamored of the Disney Princess line will be clamoring for it." -- School Library Journal
Publisher: Los Angeles ; New York : Disney Press, [2015]
Edition: 10th anniversary edition, second edition
Branch Call Number: FICTION LEV
Characteristics: 188 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Christiana, David - Illustrator
ISBN: 9781484758076


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Aug 21, 2017

it was such a good book full of magic and good times

Jul 17, 2014

This book was a really good book. It was awesome! You have to read the book.

In a hurricane mother doves egg broke! She was dying. A fairy named Rani cut off her wings to try to save mother dove from dying.
They used some kind of powerful magic to save mother dove and her egg. But what was it?
Read the book to find out.

Brother dove was now Rani's wings because she cut hers off.

On that day A new fairy arrived, her name was Prilla. She couldn't find her talent. But at the end she found out that she was the first person to be a blinking to the mainland talent, witch meant that whenever she blinked she was in the mainland.

I'm glad it didn't take me a long time to read it.

kunjrox_books Aug 21, 2013

i read it!!


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Jul 02, 2014

joycemas thinks this title is suitable for 6 years and over

Jul 09, 2011

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Jun 08, 2017

If you read any of the other Disney Fairy books (like Tink in a Fairy Fix, Prilla and The Butterfly Lie, Rani in the Mermaid Lagoon, etc. See the similar titles for this book...) you'll see that the introduction ("All about fairies") says that Mother Dove's egg keeps everyone in Never Land young but that once it broke. It says "But that's another story. Now it's time for _____'s tale..." "Fairy Dust And The Quest For The Egg" tells exactly that story. I was very excited to read it and wasn't disappointed. The illustrations aren't the same as those in the other Disney Fairy books though.

Jul 02, 2014

Prilla, the newest fairy to arrive in Never Land, is so odd that Never Land itself isn't certain whether to let her into Fairy Haven. Prilla shakes hands when she meets other fairies, and she says "Pleased to meet you," instead of "Fly with you." What's more, she calls Tinker Bell Miss Bell. She acts more like a Clumsy than a self-respecting Never fairy should. To make matters worse, Prilla doesn't know what her talent is—or if she has one at all. Mother Dove, the wisest creature in Never Land, thinks Prilla has a talent, but even she isn't certain.


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