Barbie: Fashion Fairytale (Barbie)
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Barbie: Fashion Fairytale (Barbie)

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Barbie calls upon some very fashionable fairies for help to save a failing fashion clothing company in Barbie™: A Fashion Fairytale. This full-color storybook with over 30 glitter stickers is based on Barbie's latest direct-to-DVD movie.
Paperback, 16 pages
Published August 10th 2010 by Random House Books for Young Readers
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Natalie
Sam got this for her birthday. To be fair, she likes the story. But the fairies in the book are called Flairies (we're assuming that's fairies with flair) and one of them is named Shyne. For an intro reader to have that much garbage in it it sort of makes me angry.

Plot - fine, whatever.
Words - good God.
Steven R. McEvoy
My daughter is now almost 6 and she is becoming fascinated with the Barbie books. She often brings them home from the school library. And recently on our trip to the book store she picked a number of Barbie books to get to read. This was the first one we read. She loved it because it is very close to the movie. But the story is a little weak, trying to do an hour and a half movie in such few pages. The illustrations are also a little weak. The movie has such strong vibrant colours and yet the il...more
Sarah Souther
Barbie goes to visit her either ageless or completely Botoxed aunt in Paris and fashion ensues. There's lots of pink, which is not unexpected. There are also "flairies" who make the dresses sparkle. There are lots of terrible children's books, so I don't know why this one got me so riled up I bothered to review it. I assume many little girls will just love 1) Barbie, 2) pink, 3) sparkle-inducing flairies. If it gets them reading, it's acceptable. Barely.
Sharlynne
Barbie goes to see her Aunt Milicent. She discovers some flaries. They help her make lots of pretty dresses. They did a fashion show.
They go home riding in carriages.

My favorite part is when they do the fashion show. You might like this book if you like things that are magical.
Brandi Streeval
read this to my daughter cute book she loves barbie.
Beth
Kinda cheesy, but I would expect nothing less from Barbie
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