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A Pinch of Magic (Disney Fairies: The Never Girls #7)
Big baking plans turn into tiny little cupcakes when Mia gets a fairy's help for her neighborhood bake sale. Tinker Bell and the Disney Fairies star in a magical early chapter book series for girls ages 6 to 9--The Never Girls!
Paperback, 128 pages
Published July 22nd 2014 by RH/Disney
(first published January 1st 2014)
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This book was about a big party where they raised money for a poor family. All the girls signed up for different things that they liked to do. Kate planned games. Gabby did face painting. Laney did crafts. Mia signed up for the baking contest because all the other activities were filled. Mia didn't know how to bake so they went to Neverland and asked Dulcie the Baking Talent Fairy for help. Dulcie helped Mia by telling her what to do to bake some cake. The night before the contest, Dulcie used ...more
Oct 13, 2014 Tammy rated it really liked it
Mia, Kate, Lainey and Gabby can access Never Land, to visit their fairy friends in Pixie Hollow whenever they want, by walking through Gabby’s closet. Mia, in this seventh installment of The Never Girls series, needs the assistance of Dulcie the baking fairy to create a baked good for the summer block party. Dulcie is feeling guilty about some troubles in Pixie Hollow and is more than happy to help her friends. Fairy enthusiasts will enjoy this book of friendship and teamwork. Illustrations do ...more
It was cute but Mia uses the oven without permission and supervision and her parents don't seem to care. This is a dangerous thing to do when you're an elementary school student so I'm only giving this book one star since kids tend to want to do the things the characters do in the books they read.
This was a cute entry into the Never Girl Series. It had a little bit of the Cupcake Diaries feel to it. This time the girls are making cupcakes for a bake sale. The fairies get into the act to help out. There is craziness that ensues, but of course it works out in the end.
KIKI THORPE has written or adapted over fifty books for children. A former children's book editor, she now writes full time from San Francisco.More about Kiki Thorpe...
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