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Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot

(Felicity #2)

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4.61  ·  Rating details ·  28 ratings  ·  18 reviews
Felicity hasn’t had an adventure in months, and the little sparrow thinks that dangerous quests are behind her for good. Which is just fine with her! She would rather hang out with her friends the fairies, and read her books safe at home than go on scary adventures! But Felicity didn’t count on one group of strangers showing up that cause more trouble than she ever imagine ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published September 2015 by Loralee Evans
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Stjepan Cobets
Jun 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
As in the first part of the story little sparrow Felicity moves into a new adventure. This time Felicity need to find the lost spear and helmet of his friend Colin, which has which took featherless two-foot Davy. This time the adventure takes her to the city where people live, Felicity must return the item belonging to the fairies. In this adventure will meet new friends who will help her. Felicity has to make it to the secret of the existence of fairies, remain secret for the people. The writer ...more
Stacie
Jan 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot by Loralee Evans, is an illustrated children's fantasy novella. It is the second adventure for Felicity the sparrow. Its beginning reminds readers of her first adventure, when Felicity met the prince of the fairies, Colin, and together they saved Queen Lilia from Grak, the wicked hawk-sorcerer. This time, the danger Felicity and the fairies face is not from another woodland creature - but from, as the title says - featherless two foots: People!

When prince C
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Maggie Larche
Jun 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars

Another great Felicity adventure. We follow this intrepid sparrow as she tries to save her fairy friends from exposure. Along the way, she communicates with people, rides on and in a car, and makes friends with what is arguably an even sweeter sparrow than she is, Cairn. As usual, I loved the kid-appropriate action and pacing, and I think children will really enjoy the descriptions of common human items from a sparrow's point of view. It kicked the action up a notch compared to the firs
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Gita Reddy
Oct 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: r4r
A pea-pole, if you don’t know, is a Featherless Two-Foot, of whom the little folk in the woods are scared of. So the next time you, Featherless Two-Foot, venture into the woods, please take care not to do anything to frighten them further. If you come across a ring of mushrooms, do not linger, because the fairies do not want you to see them.
Felicity, Wonder Sparrow, Honorary Fairy, must recover the fairy prince’s helmet and spear from Dave because no one must know that fairies exist. But matters
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Cassandra Larsen
Dec 18, 2015 rated it it was amazing
“Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot is a delightful tale for children. It follows the adventures of Felicity, a sparrow and honorary fairy, who must go on a quest to recover a fairy helmet and sword from a troubled boy named Davey before he can expose the fairies to the human world.

Felicity’s internal dialogue is ripe with humor as we see the human world from her perspective and limited experience. For example, Felicity cannot comprehend a conversation between two human boys involving a “pok
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Ronesa Aveela
Feb 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a delightful children's story about a sparrow named Felicity who lives with fairies in the forest. It would be a fun story to read aloud to a young child, especially new words that Felicity learns about pea-pole. I can see them giggling and correcting the bird of her many mistakes. Because, although Felicity is quite familiar with items her fairy friends use, people have different technology that baffles her. But, she's a quick learner and realizes that that stone with a light on it can ...more
Dermot Davis
Nov 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
If you ever wondered what the world would look like from a bird's point of view and specifically as a little cute sparrow, then this is the book to read. Actually this is probably the second book you should read as this is the second book in the series although knowing this now did not take anything away from the enjoyment of this delightful read. It makes sense that sparrows would see not just everything that humans can see but other denizens of the forest like Fairies that purposely hide from ...more
Margaret Standafer
Nov 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Loralee Evans’ book, Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot, takes readers on an adventure into the world of warrior sparrows, fairies, and the two-foot ‘pea-pole’ who happen upon their idyllic forest home. The book is a delight.

From the beginning, it’s clear that Felicity is no ordinary sparrow. After having saved the fairy queen, Felicity has been awarded a place of honor among the fairies. Able to read and a lover of books, Felicity has knowledge of the outside world that not all sparrows have
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C.A. Pack
Aug 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: children
Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot by Loralee Evans is a wonderful book for elementary school children, in an absolutely delightful series. In this adventure, Felicity’s friend, Colin, drops his helmet and spear when everyone is forced to hide from humans entering the fairy glade. Felicity sees a boy place them in his pocket, and promises Colin she’ll get them back. Loralee Evans’ talent for weaving a teaching moment for children into a story about birds and fairies is first-rate. This additi ...more
Benjamin Hebert
Dec 28, 2015 rated it really liked it
A book from the point of view of a bird made for quite an interesting read. Evans puts you in a pair of shoes you probably never thought you'd be in and it works out well for her. The book reminds me of the Redwall series in that you're following a creature through a wondrous word full of faeries and warriors and the like. Though it might not be the most original idea it definitely provides an entertaining adventure. It's clearly geared towards the younger readers out there and I think the story ...more
Jesse Budi
Dec 31, 2015 rated it really liked it
Don’t let this being a sequel throw you. It operates fine as a standalone novella. A young boy discovers fairy equipment that can prove the existence of fairies, thereby endangering the fairies’ home and lives. It’s up to our sparrow protagonist (Felicity) to steal the items back before the boy exposes his finds to the adult world.

Before I go into the nitty-gritty, I should mention that while I may be critical of parts, the intended audience is unlikely to care about my complaints—this is clear
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G.J. Griffiths
Having previously read about “Felicity the Sparrow” I was curious to see what new adventure she was about to encounter in this book, always bearing in mind the interests of my grandchildren. It was pleasing to find the inclusion of several illustrations throughout the second story, which I found to be artistically charming regarding the depiction of the living creatures and fairies. For me, though, the buildings and backdrop scenery appeared to be a little too mathematically graphic, requiring s ...more
Alex Morritt
Apr 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
'Felicity & the Featherless Two-Foot' is an enchanting tale to delight both children and their parents alike.

Running through the main artery of the book, we are provided with an aerial view by Felicity - a sparrow with special powers and the central character - of her wild wood habitat and all that is special in it, including the mystical and magical folk who live there, perched high up in the canopy above the forest floor.

We are also treated to an endearing perception of humans and their b
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Jennifer
Jan 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
This is a great book for youngsters. Felicity is a little sparrow who loves to read. She's got wonderful qualities; she's loyal, courageous, and loves reading. This book takes us on Felicity's adventure as she helps her forest fairy friends by risking her safety to follow people to the city. Since Felicity loves to read, she understands much of the world of people, but some things still puzzle her like cell phones and cars. I loved the sequence when Felicity was riding on a car!

My only criticism
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William Peters
Jan 26, 2016 rated it really liked it
Felicity and the Featherless Two-Foot by Loralee Evans is a children’s novella. It details the adventures of Felicity, a sparrow, as she attempts to recover items belonging to her woodland fairy friend, and save from danger the young boy who took them. The strength of this story is seeing the world from a bird’s view. It’s amusing to follow Felicity as she tries to understand and interact with people. Children are sure to enjoy this tale. The only criticism I have of the book concerns the illust ...more
Lana Axe
Apr 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This is a charming tale of a brave young sparrow, suitable for young readers and adults who enjoy a bit of whimsy. Felicity, a sparrow who has been of service to the fairies in the past, sets out to save her friends from the clutches of a curious young boy. There is plenty of humor along the way, mostly at the expense of Felicity who doesn't understand much about featherless two-feet (humans). I loved the scene with autocorrect. It had me grinning because that's something we've all experienced a ...more
Gloria Ng
Apr 09, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a great read for young readers who will certainly find it fun to guess (correctly) just what kinds of technologies and cultural objects are in a human's world (e.g., smartphones, laptops) when reading the viewpoint of a sparrow and her fairy friends.

Although this story is a sequel, the book reads just fine as a stand-alone. The world as Felicity knows it is about to change irrevocably, if the human boy gets his way and succeeds in exposing the fairy world. Felicity rises to the challeng
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R.A.
Mar 12, 2016 rated it really liked it
Felicity Sparrow is back with a new mission!

Felicity Sparrow returns in her second adventure. I love her interaction with people and with the new friend she meets in this new book. This story is sweeter than the other one - who would have thought that was even possible? And yet, it is still filled with action and plenty of fun. She meets new villains and new allies. And a supposed villain that becomes an ally! But the best was the surprise ending. Who would have thought he'd remember? If you wan
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Some of Loralee Evans’ earliest memories are of sitting with her mom or dad while they read her stories like The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter, or Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey. These memories, along with many great teachers who got her excited about reading, are what helped her develop a love of books, and of writing. She has lived in Missouri, Texas, and Utah, and even spen ...more

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