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Philippa Fisher: Philippa Fisher's Fairy Godsister: Book 1 - Philippa Fisher (Paperback)
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Philippa Fisher: Philippa Fisher's Fairy Godsister: Book 1 - Philippa Fisher (Paperback)

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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 05/03/2009
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Sparkling with magic, warmth and charm, this is the first book in the Philippa Fisher series from bestselling Emily Windsnap author Liz Kessler - full of friendship and fairies.

Eleven-year-old Philippa Fisher is not happy. She's picked on at school, her parents are embarrassing, and worst of all, her best friend has just moved away. But it seems Philippa's luck is about to change when Daisy, the new girl at school, reveals that she is Philippa's fairy godmother - or godsister, since they are the same age.

Daisy has been assigned to help Philippa by granting her three wishes. Unfortunately, Daisy is not too fond of working with humans, and she can't wait to get her mission over with. But as every wish seems to make Philippa's life worse rather than better, can the two girls team up to fix Philippa's world before it's too late?

A traditional story in a thoroughly contemporary setting, PHILIPPA FISHER'S FAIRY GODSISTER touches on friendship, luck, finding out what you really want, and learning to handle the cards you are dealt.

Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
ISBN: 9781842556306
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 248 g
Dimensions: 198 x 132 x 20 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Sparkles with magic and is full of friendship, warmth, real charm and quirky characterisation * My Child Magazine *
A wise and charming story ... thoroughly enjoyable * Books For Keeps *
Well balanced and thoughtful * Irish News *
Funny and well-written * Learning Support *
Magical * GIRL TALK *
A funny, wise book about finding confidence and friendship * The Times *
A book that children can read on their own, but that grown-ups will enjoy too * LEICESTER MERCURY *
Great fun! * WESTERN DAILY PRESS (WEST COUNTRY) *
Friendship, anxieties and what to do if you have embarrassing parents are all covered in this funny and well-written story -- Nichola Gale * LEARNING SUPPORT MAGAZINE *

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“Philippa Fisher's Fairy Godsister”

I loved this book - it's really funny and it kept me hooked. Philippa is a great new character from Liz Kessler, just as good as Emily Windsnap, and I loved Daisy the fairy too - a fairy with attitude is great... More

Hardback edition
3rd March 2008
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“Philippa Fisher's Fairy Godsister”

I enjoyed this book because it was amusing, but it wasn't what you would expect of a typical fairy story. Philippa Fisher is unhappy because her best friend had just moved away, so 3WD, a group of fairy... More

Hardback edition
16th September 2007
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“Philippa Fisher's Fairy Godsister”

I liked this book at the begining but i did get bored in the middle, it just seemed to drag on a bit. The ending was exciting though! It is all about a girl losing her best friend and how she copes with it. A fairy... More

Hardback edition
17th December 2007
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