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Alice the Fairy

Alice the Fairy

Написано David Shannon

Озвучено Kate Simses


Alice the Fairy

Написано David Shannon

Озвучено Kate Simses

оценки:
4.5/5 (105 оценки)
Длина:
5 minutes
Издатель:
Издано:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545164122
Формат:
Аудиокнига

Описание

Alice has a nose for trouble, but luckily she's a fairy--a Temporary Fairy. She has a magic wand, fairy wings, and a blanket, all of which she uses to disappear, to fly, to transform her dad into a horse, and to turn his cookies into her own!
Издатель:
Издано:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545164122
Формат:
Аудиокнига


Об авторе

DAVID SHANNON is the illustrator of many popular picture books, including How I Became a Pirate. His numerous awards include a Caldecott Honor for No, David! He lives in Burbank, California.

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  • (4/5)
    Alice the Fairy is a highly relatable story for any child who loves to play pretend. It encourages imagination and creativity. It's a bit of a longer one, so if used for a story time, it should be your first book.I dislike the bit about the poisoned broccoli though. There's enough marketing and other things out there encouraging kids to love sugar without books that encourage them to hate vegetables. As relatable as it might be, it's not really a great thing to put out there to impressionable minds.Appropriate for PreK-K
  • (5/5)
    I LOVED this - cracked me up! If you like the "David" books - make sure to check this one out!
  • (3/5)
    Alice lets the reader know upfront that she is only a temporary fairy. Becoming a permanent fairy requires a lot of test and she isn't up for the challenge. Instead, she uses her imagination to perform tricks such as turning her father into a horse , turning all the cookies baked for her dad into her own possession. She makes the leaves fall and uses sugar for fairy dust on oatmeal. Alice is a likable, brat-like adventurer. She is good at getting into trouble as a result of her limited abilities. She is smart enough to blame her impediments on the need for advanced learning.This is a delightful tale.
  • (4/5)
    I just discovered David Shannon recenty, and this book's another cutie! Love the curly locks. And "temporary fairy." Cute.
  • (4/5)
    Alice is a magical fairy, but she is only a temporary fairy. Alice has not had training yet to become a permanent fairy, so her magic is limited. However, she can turn her dad into a horse, make cookies for her dad her cookies, make leaves fall from trees, and draw pictures on water. There are many dangers that Alice the fairy faces every day, like broccoli and baths! Alice is supposed to go to Advanced Fairy School to become a permanent fairy, but she thinks she may just be a temporary fairy forever. This book captures the beauty of a childs imagination, and also has the sweetest illustrations. I think any young princess would love this book.
  • (4/5)
    A cute story about a young girl who pretends to be a fairy. A fun read!
  • (5/5)
    Alice uses her magic wand to turn her dad into a horse, oatmeal into cake, and to make leaves fall from trees. David Shannon takes the imagination of many young girls and puts it on paper, while also preserving the reality of it all. I think this book is wonderful, cute, and funny, and the illustrations are crude, but well done. Everything about this book preserves a wonderful child-like quality that will draw in many many children.
  • (4/5)
    Alice is talking to the reader about how far she is coming in being a fairy. This book is very much alike David Shannon's "No, David!" and "Good Boy, Fergus" books with simple language and fantastic, silly illustrations. I read this to my second grade students and they loved it!
  • (4/5)
    I love love the pictures and colors that this illustrator brings to his books.
  • (4/5)
    Alice, a temporary fairy, can make her father turn into a horse, her oatmeal turn into cake, and leaves fall off of trees with her magic wand. She is a very imaginative young girl just looking for fun. The illustrations are colorful and fun.
  • (5/5)
    This story is about a young girl named Alice who is a temporary fairy, not a permanent fairy. She uses her fairy powers to do things like turn oatmeal into cake (by adding sugar), turning a white dress red (by spilling juice), and using her wand to disappear (by turning out the lights). Alice talks about things like turning her bath into jello, but that is something only permanent fairies can do. This is a fun and imaginative story about real-life things that children can do to pretend to be fairies. The illustrations are bright and vibrant. This story inspires children to use their imaginations to think of things that they can do in everyday life that are slightly magical. I could see students creating their own versions of being a temporary fairy or superhero.
  • (4/5)
    Very nice pictures I like how she lists everything she can do when she is a fairy but for now she can only do some of it because she is a part time fairy. Cute book and good pictures to go with the art work
  • (5/5)
    If you love the David books and have a special little girl or even a boy, this story is a treasure. Whimsical illustrations capture the unbridled joy of a rambunctious little girl caught up in a world of make-believe. If you were ever that kid who played dress up, invented kingdoms out of cardboard boxes and rode a magical steed (a broom), then share this book with your kids. Or read it yourself. It's awesome.
  • (4/5)
    David Shannon can do no wrong. I identify strongly with the story of this little rough-edged princess.
  • (5/5)
    Alice the Fairy uses her magic wand to change frogs into princes and things like that. Alice’s magic can make leaves fall from trees and turn oatmeal into cake. She can even disappear [sometimes]! Alice knows it’s very useful to be a fairy, even if her spells don’t always turn our quite right. What will Alice do with her magic wand?Enchanting illustrations accompany the captivating story of Alice the Fairy. Young readers will laugh at her antics and delight in this charming story that encourages them to use their imaginations. Highly recommended.
  • (4/5)
    This story is a realistic fiction book about a young girl named Alice who is a "temporary fairy". The way she describes herself and the characteristics that make her a "temporary fairy" might seem like she is really doing those things. You have to look at the pictures, and then you realize she just has a crazy imagination. She said that she turned her white dress into a red dress, but she really just spilt juice on it. She also turned her dad into a horse, but she really just rode around on his back while he was on his hands and knees. This really takes you back into your childhood.
  • (5/5)
    Fabulous book! David Shannon is my favorite children's author/illustrator. He creates the perfect amount of synergy between the illustrations and the text to create a phenomenal story. Alice is a little girl that is a temporary fairy and enjoys trying to make magic. I could tell she is a little rambunctious and possibly a little spoiled. The author gives little hints throughout the story. For example, her mom made cookies but she turned them into her own. On another page Alice tells how she turned her white dress red (with juice) and she got punished. The word, "red", is in red colored text and the word, "white" is outlined and pronounced white. She gets more and more angry on one page, and as that happens she gets more and more red in color. There are so many examples and they are just a few. A super book for anyone!
  • (5/5)
    I really enjoyed Alice the Fairy, for a few reasons one of them being a friends reading of it. However one thing that I really did enjoy was the tone of the book, it was very light hearted. It follows young Alice in her 'temp' fairy mischief and has a funny, child written tone. I also like the artwork because it goes very well with the tone of the book. The artwork is made to seem like it was made by a younger individual as well as having a whimsical type of feeling.
  • (4/5)
    “Alice has a nose for trouble, but luckily she's a fairy — a Temporary Fairy. She has a magic wand, fairy wings, and a blanket, all of which she uses to disappear, to fly, and to turn her father into a horse! There are still a few things Alice needs to learn to become a Permanent Fairy, like how to float her dog on the ceiling and make her clothes put themselves away, but she's working on it — sort of.”
  • (3/5)
    Alice calls herself the "temporary fairy". The story is filled with the things she does with her wand and all she dreams of doing as a "permanent fairy". I thought it was a very simple and cute, girly book. It's not much more than that. In typical David Shannon style, the illustrations are slightly creepy and overly dramatic.
  • (5/5)
    This is one of my favorite's by David Shannon. The character is absolutely adorable. She reminds me of how I used to be when I was growing up because she has such a big imagination. This will most definitely be a book sitting on my shelf in my own classroom.
  • (5/5)
    Pretty much like my daughter, it was love at first sight!
  • (4/5)
     I like this story because it reminds me of when I was little I used to pretend to be different things. Not exactly a fairy but I used to play pretend as well. This story accurately portrays what a child feels and how they think when they are pretending to be something else. For example, when Alice changed her dad into a horse. I also liked that the author used the first person so that it feels that we are reading the story from the main characters' point of view.