Project Fairy: Discover a brand new magical adventure from Jacqueline Wilson

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Project Fairy: Discover a brand new magical adventure from Jacqueline Wilson

Project Fairy: Discover a brand new magical adventure from Jacqueline Wilson

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I enjoyed the up to date references and the attempt to include themes such as mental health struggles and bullying which I believe are important to vocalise for young people who are the intended audience. I kind of wish there was a mention, like a suggestion, of whether Mum was taking any kind of medication, any antidepressants, however. I bought this book for our granddaughter for a present but when it arrived it had sticky tape stuck on the front.

A magical, captivating story about fairies, families and friendship from the brilliant, award-winning Jacqueline Wilson. Not sure if it was just because it was a different style, with the move into fantasy, but it seemed less emotionally in depth and without the same really engaging world building I love with J. and definitely the kind of book I would have loved to read as a child, filled with fairy magic and history and all the heartache and family angst you'd expect from JW. At those times, the care system stoops in to look after the siblings, with her mother's recovery their main priority.

Except maybe for Mab's teacher Mrs Horsely, who is only described as old, but the illustration of her is plump and bulky, too. I grew up on Jacqueline Wilsons stories and still enjoy them as an adult reader so I was excited to get started on this one. Inconsciemment la d*pression, l’abandon d’un parent, l’acceptation d’une famille recomposée, l’h*rcèlement scolaire sont traités.

Featuring fairies, friendship and family; Project Fairy is a mesmerising story filled with magic and wonder that young readers won't forget in a hurry. She reads it with her mum and her little brother Robin, and she's surprised to see the drawings inside are nothing like the sweet fairies she imagined. In the end, as a reward for caring for her, Bindweed grants a wish for Mab and she meets her father once again. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.

You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Without spoiling the plot, he doesn't serve as some fairytale prince coming to whisk Mabs' mum off her feet, but for what he is. As an adult, it only took me a couple hours to complete this book, but it has resparked my love for her books and I rushed today to borrow all of her teenage fiction that was available at my library. Although this initially put me off the novel, I still enjoyed the expected elements Jacqueline portrays in her texts, hard subject matter and topics made understandable and relatable for children.

They continue living on, with their mums new boyfriend and Bindweed meeting her cult, I mean family, once again. I don’t like to include spoilers in any of my reviews so I will just say that I thoroughly enjoyed this book and like all the authors other works, the book managed to pull me in with the strong believable characters and plot even as an adult reader. The girls were all under Cathy's influence and ignored me completely, apart from holding their noses.Although Mabs is not always the most likeable character, I believe Wilson presents her as a realistic child struggling to cope with her separated parents and bulling classmates.

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