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The Very Fairy Princess Follows Her Heart

4.02 of 5 stars 4.02  ·  rating details  ·  133 ratings  ·  21 reviews
Say Happy Valentine's Day with the #1 New York Times bestselling Very Fairy Princess, in a new format with bonus stickers!
Gerry makes beautiful cards for her friends at school, showcasing their special qualities. But when she forgets her folder at home, she needs to think of a new way to celebrate their inner sparkle! This celebration of friendship and creativity by the b
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Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 1st 2013 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
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RC
Feb 09, 2015 RC rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: holiday
This is a beautiful book about a young girl, Gerry, who loves Valentine's Day. As part of The Very Fairy Princess book series, this addition shines. It talks about love and what Valentine's Day is supposed to be. Gerry works to tell all the people in her life about how much she loves them. She does this by making beautiful, hand-made valentines. When she accidentally leaves them at home on the big day, she is heart broken. But, in true fairy princess style, she uses it as an opportunity to sha ...more
Rosa Cline
What a fabulous self esteem booster book for young children! After I read it only then did I realize who wrote it and it was no wonder it had the special 'air' about it. Julie Andrews has compation toward just about everything she does and those she's around. The little girl in the story wanted to make everyone in her classroom and family special even the little boy that teases her all the time. She had a special way of making everyone feel special around her. Good lessons that children can use ...more
Michelle
Reading notes:

- A little long for a Storytime, though you could maybe pull it off with kids aged 4-6. However, it would make for a wonderful story to read one-on-one. The language is a little more complex than your typical picture book fare which reinforces my recommending it to the slightly older set, but it's very flourished and has regal undertones that fit the protagonist's personality perfectly. It also has fun little quips that will make adult readers chuckle.

- A very appropriate story for
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Erik This Kid Reviews Books
Gerry is very excited – Valentine’s Day is coming (which is a Fairy Princess’ favorite day of the year)! She works her hardest to make the best, sparkliest (is that a word?), Valentines ever for her classmates. She puts her perfect hand-made Valentines in one of her Daddy’s green work folders to keep them safe. But when she gets to school, there is a BIG problem. The folders got switched and her very perfect Valentines are at work with Daddy (how UN-sparkly)! Gerry thinks fast and solves her pro ...more
Joella www.cinjoella.com
I like the “Very Fairy Princess”, she makes me happy. So, of course getting a copy of this Valentine’s Day edition was worthy of a good squeal and giggle. Gerry is still the “Very Fairy Princess”. And it is time for her to make Valentine’s Day cards. After she makes them, she borrows a folder from her dad so that they won’t get ruined. The next morning she hurries to dress in all her heart clothing. Then she rushes to school, only to find out that she grabbed her dad’s work folder instead of the ...more
Christian Fiction Addiction
They often say not to judge a book by its cover, but I think in this case, that would be entirely appropriate! My daughters were absolutely spellbound by the glittery artwork gracing the cover of this beautiful book, and they were equally pleased to dive into this wonderful story. They immediately identified with Gerry and her love of all thins sparkly and glittery, and they especially loved that she sings while she works (something my daughters can definitely relate to). They laughed at the sce ...more
Nicole
I like this one even better than the original Very Fairy Princess Book. Cute message about be kind and seeing the good in other people. I liked how positively the main character handled the upset of not having her Valentine cards to hand out. It was good to read about it to my girls and to be able to point out how even though Gerry was sad at first she held it together and came up with another great way to share something on Valentine's Day.
Rima Aroutiounian
Really easy read for kids. Almost in every sentence there is new vocabulary and its in a big print so you cannot miss it. Its great for kindergartners, its fun to read too. Its about Gery who is a fairy princess. She wants to make everyone smile at Valentines Day. The gifts that she makes are misplaced, so she ends up making her friends smile, by telling them what she likes best about them. Really good book for moral and social skills too.
Rainey
Gerry the fairy princess really goes above and beyond in this story when she speaks aloud the traits of her classmates thaf make them "sparkle." This measure of kindness is something I hope all parents take the time to encourage in their children.
Julia Stevens
Jul 15, 2014 Julia Stevens added it
Shelves: seasonal
Cute, girly Valentine's Day story. It would be fun to write a class chart about why we love our friends after hearing this story.
Tricia
Read for Library StoryTime. Such a sweet book.
Alice
This is my first Julie Andrews book, but now I am going to have to read the other ones. Gerry (A girls name if you can believe it) makes specials Valentines day cards for each of her class mates, but ends up bringing her dad work folder instead. What will she do?? I love the Creativity, kindness and fun Gerry brings. She is sincere and I like that! Fun Book!
Beverly
A very nice Valentine's Day offering, especially for K - 2nd grade kids. The kind of story that kids will relate to: Gerry arrives at school with the wrong folder: the folder with her dad's papers rather than the folder with the valentine's she intended to give to her classmates.
Christina Davis
Another IUS student picked this book to read during group time. The girl forgets her V-Day cards for her classmates, instead she tells each of them individually how much and why she likes them. Perfect book to read on V-day to a kindergarten class.
April Evans
In this sequel, the fairy princess forgets her valentines for the class party at home. She must think quick about what to do. So as a valentine for her classmates, she tells each one of them what makes them sparkle.

Cara Farmer
I love these books. While they are in someways just fluff I love how the princess is so confident and tries to make everyone else find their sparkle. I just think that is important for any child or adult
Rose Ann
What a delight to meet Julie Andrews tonight! She was so pleasant, did not rush everyone along, and held a little conversation with my daughter....who was completely star struck! She was absolutely lovely!
Jeani
I read a lot of princess books. This one stood out for me and my daughter. I want to buy this one for our collection!
John Terreri
My little girl loves Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music. There's no surprise that she loved this book as well!
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Dame Julie Elizabeth Andrews Edwards, DBE is an award-winning English actress, singer, author and cultural icon. She is the recipient of Golden Globe, Emmy, Grammy, BAFTA, People's Choice Award, Theatre World Award, Screen Actors Guild and Academy Award honours. Andrews rose to prominence after starring in Broadway musicals such as My Fair Lady and Camelot, as well as musical films like Mary Poppi ...more
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