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Myka Finds Her Way (Tales of Pixie Hollow #17)

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Myka can spot an ant carrying a crumb in a faraway field. She can see an inchworm sliding along a twig in a distant wood. She’s a brave-hearted, sharpeyed fairy scout. Then one morning Myka thinks she spots something dangerous and sounds an alarm—a false alarm. Now Myka’s no longer so sure of herself. She’s starting to think something is wrong with her eyes, but she doesn’ ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published January 12th 2010 by RH/Disney (first published January 1st 2009)
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Meet Myka a scouting talent fairy. She is working so hard that her eyes get tired and she can’t see. She has to rest her eyes but she doesn’t want to. The doctor says that she can go and find the magic seaweed but she also tells them the dangers there are. They come back with it they put it over her eyes it works! the next morning she is all good again. I was amazed at this book!
Ashley Way
These little Disney Fairy books are really beginning to grow on me. So far each one has had a possible message and this ne is no different. Myka has a goal and doesn't let anything, even her faltering eyesight stop her. She is brave and refuses to give up, though she does accept the help of friends when she needs it.
True rating: 4.5 stars.

One of my favorites in this series -- the plot is more tightly focused than usual; a scout talent is a nice change of pace from the more passive occupations; Myka is an easy character to like and root for; and Bess, one of my fave Disney fairies, plays a big role in this adventure.
I used to really like these and I still do. But I'm starting to like books for older readers that are longer a little better.
myka's vision is messed up because of this flower particular pollen. it makes myka see weird things causing the false alarms.
Moral of the story: Don't wait till the last minute if there is something wrong with yourself. Accept Help...
I don't find anything adorable about Myka, but she's alright.
These continue to be charming in unexpected ways.
Very cute! I love these books!
We love all the disney fairies series!
Read it in less than an hour.
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