Free read µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free õ Svetlana Kovalkova-McKennaGood one indeed The Fairy Book is a wonderfully entertaining story about a girl named Isabel who is chosen by
#the fairies to fight off a dark sorcerer named Rashkai The story is written in #fairies to fight off a dark sorcerer named Rashkai The story is written in styles of poetry which combine and flow beautifully In writing this story Svetlana Kovalkova McKenna teams up with her 9 year old daughter Alexandra Alexandra s illustrations are interspersed throughout the story At the end of the book Svetlana has included examples of all styles of poetry written by Alexandra Both The Fairy Book story and the variety of poetry had me smiling as I read The world Svetlana and "ALEXANDRA CREATED IS IMAGINATIVE CAPTIVATING AND "created is imaginative captivating and plain fun This mother daughter duo is a talented pair and an inspiration for all of us This book is a fun collaboration between mother and daughter the latter being the main author More than the featured fairy story I enjoyed the short poems at the end of the book that demonstrate several different poetry forms Fun and Sassy were the two words that sprang into my head after reading The Fairy Book I loved Isabel s character she made me smile The pace of the book romped along at a good pace and the story flowed well keeping you engaged all the way throughI thought the poetry was original good pace and the story flowed well keeping you engaged all the way throughI thought the poetry was original in this case it really helped the story stay snappy and freshI also liked the examples of poetry at the end of the book It helped a poetry challenged person like me understand the story I loved this story The poetry and style of writing created some. Ok in time for In this book good old uatrains are blended with haiku cinuains senryu and a few other styles You and your child can have lots of fun identifying different styles of poetry through out the story or ust relax and let the story take you .
Very colourful imagery which flowed well into "some beautiful moments Elements of humour added a grown up feel to some parts of the story "beautiful moments Elements of humour added a grown up feel to some parts of the story I feel highlighted the young authors move through lifeI read this to my friends children and they loved the mag When I read the first book by the motherdaughter team of Alexandra and Svetlana Kovalkova McKenna I was hooked This beautifully written story has all of the magical team of Alexandra and Svetlana Kovalkova McKenna I was hooked This beautifully written story has all of the magical expected in a pre teen fairy tale Readers will be captivated from the first page as the story of Isabel and Rashkai unfolds There is the proper amount of challenge and solution allowing the story to teach life s lessons while being entertaining It is well written poetic and the kind of book that will draw a well written poetic and the kind of book that will draw a and parent together as they read together If you have a child or take part in a library reading program you don t want to miss the opportunity of sharing this book I am looking forward to reading and sharing Isabel and the School for Sorceresses the next book in this series I didn t read this I only looked at the sample on which does not any of the text It s all the author s views on homeschooling and photos of her family A few of my friends have made books like this with their kids ie it is not as the author claims some sort of ground breaking new format It seems like a cool project to do and maybe have printed up in book form to share with relatives or kid friends I m not sure why you d want to buy something like this if you didn t know the people involve. N an exciting adventure Here is ust a taste of what great lines you can find in a book They both dive for the bag After an extra large cappuccino Isabel has an unfair advantage There are some things in our world that rival fairy dustRead an excerpt .
This was the cutest little book I loved it I am going to give it to my niece so she can keep it The energy and authentic voice of its 9 year old author perhaps
With A Little Structural Guidance From Moma little structural guidance from mom make this a very fun read The mix between old fashioned fantasy storytelling and contemporary girl power with some humorous twists is refreshing The illustrations add character and you want "To See The Main Character Succeed This Short Story And "see the main character succeed This short story and poems that follow also should inspire pre teen readers in their own creative pursuits Get writing and get drawing Now I thoroughly enjoyed this tale of a fairy named Isabel and her uest against the dark sorcerer Rashkai I am a big fan of poetry so I was pleased to see the different types of poetry used to tell this story This book is imaginative and well written and perfect for pre teens I also enjoyed reading of Alexandra s poetry that is included at the end of the story What a great motherdaughter writing team The Fairy Book is a wonderful story about a young girl Isabel who must fight off a dark sorcerer The story is told in different styles of poetry and is uite entertaining When I originally read the description of the book I must admit I wondered if it would be the type of story I d enjoy reading But it stole my heart by page 2 and never let it go Any pre teen would love the story as Isabel outsmarts Rashkai With ust enough reality running throughout the book it seems almost real But of course it is a fairy tale and a very. A delightful fantasy adventure in rhyme about a girl named Isabel who loves coffee punky stuff her pet iguana and hates going to ballet class There are fairies to lend a helping hand and a dark sorcerer Rashkai to battle Will she complete the Fairy Bo. ,