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Phillippa Fisher's Fairy Godsister

Phillippa Fisher thinks she has the worst life ever. Her best friend Charlotte is moving away to a place where they are going to get rid of cell phones, computers...any technology! Also her parents are really embarrassing, like the day when her dad came to school in his pajamas! So a fairy godsister is all she could want. But when she gets nervous and accidently throws her out of the tree house window all Daisy, the fairy godsister wants to do is get her wishes made and finally get away from Phillippa.... but when Trisha, the popular girl steals her last wish voucher, they have to think of a good plan. Will Daisy get it back before her life cycle runs out?

This book is not available in our school library...try the public library or a bookstore!

Reviewed by Ingrid

Comments

Anonymous said…
This book sounds great!
I bet I will like it.
aashree
Olivia said…
I read that book lately in the
Public Library! It is one of my
favroit books yet! Great report
love it!
Madeleine said…
I think I will check the book out. You did a great review!!!

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