Fairy Mom and Me (Fairy Mom and Me #1)

Fairy Mom and Me (Fairy Mom and Me #1)

From the bestselling author of the Shopaholic series and our YA Finding Audrey, comes the first of a duology for young readers about a girl learning to become a fairy from her imperfect fairy mom, with a tech twist. Ella Brook can't wait to grow up, because one day she will become a fairy and have her own sparkly wings and a teacher on Fairy Tube, just like her mom! Until t From the bestselling author of the Shopaholic series and our YA Finding Audrey, comes the first of a duology for youn...

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Title:Fairy Mom and Me (Fairy Mom and Me #1)
Author:Sophie Kinsella
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:0735263337
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

Fairy Mom and Me (Fairy Mom and Me #1) Reviews

  • Melissa
    Mar 16, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

  • Lynn
    Jan 16, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

    I'll start by saying that I love Sophie Kinsella's books for adults. I truly love them. This, her first book for children, however, misses the mark a bit. Written for 3rd to 4th graders, this chapter book reads like a series of stories that are better suited to younger readers; The...

    Fairy Mom and Me by Sophie Kinsella How would you like a cow in your kitchen, or rain that is chocolate milk? With this magic word, Marshmallow, Poof Ella?s mom is a fairy. She can fly in the air and turn invisible. Ella has to help her mom with her magic because she is not that...

    As soon as I heard Sophie Kinsella was writing a book for children...I placed holds at my local library for both me and my 8 year old daughter. I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella. I have read all her books. I was excited to be able to share Sophie's writing with my daughter. I read the ...

    Disappointing chapter book from adult author Kinsella has a fun premise. Ella Brook's mom is a fairy and one day Ella will be a fairy, too! The chapters are short and stand alone. The first chapter is an introduction and goes on far too long and into way too much detail. Kinsella cou...

    An excellent choice for middle graders interested in fairies, cupcakes and mischief. Ella is an adorable girl who hopes to one day follow in her mother's foot steps and become a fairy. Ella is such a help with spells that it is hard not to admire her right from the beginning. A fun twi...

    This magic filled tale shows us what life may be like if fairy magic ran in the family. You'd think things would be a breeze, problems easily solved, troubles overcome with a flick of your Computawand (yes, even THEY'VE upgraded), and life in general would be a piece of cake. Um, yeah....

    Thanks to Librarything and the publisher for a free copy of this book. Fairy Mom and Me is a fun read that I could see appealing to a Kindergarten to grade 3 audience. As a former teacher, I think there is a lot of opportunity to engage children, especially reluctant or nonreaders with...

    With all boys in the family, I've never been drawn to the sparkly sort of book so I haven't much experience with the genre. I'll be interested to see what the reaction is from some young readers I'll hand this to. I wasn't crazy about the mom being so inept. I know this is an early...

  • Emma
    Jan 13, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

  • Lindsay
    Feb 20, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

    I'll start by saying that I love Sophie Kinsella's books for adults. I truly love them. This, her first book for children, however, misses the mark a bit. Written for 3rd to 4th graders, this chapter book reads like a series of stories that are better suited to younger readers; The...

    Fairy Mom and Me by Sophie Kinsella How would you like a cow in your kitchen, or rain that is chocolate milk? With this magic word, Marshmallow, Poof Ella?s mom is a fairy. She can fly in the air and turn invisible. Ella has to help her mom with her magic because she is not that...

    As soon as I heard Sophie Kinsella was writing a book for children...I placed holds at my local library for both me and my 8 year old daughter. I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella. I have read all her books. I was excited to be able to share Sophie's writing with my daughter. I read the ...

    Disappointing chapter book from adult author Kinsella has a fun premise. Ella Brook's mom is a fairy and one day Ella will be a fairy, too! The chapters are short and stand alone. The first chapter is an introduction and goes on far too long and into way too much detail. Kinsella cou...

    An excellent choice for middle graders interested in fairies, cupcakes and mischief. Ella is an adorable girl who hopes to one day follow in her mother's foot steps and become a fairy. Ella is such a help with spells that it is hard not to admire her right from the beginning. A fun twi...

    This magic filled tale shows us what life may be like if fairy magic ran in the family. You'd think things would be a breeze, problems easily solved, troubles overcome with a flick of your Computawand (yes, even THEY'VE upgraded), and life in general would be a piece of cake. Um, yeah....

    Thanks to Librarything and the publisher for a free copy of this book. Fairy Mom and Me is a fun read that I could see appealing to a Kindergarten to grade 3 audience. As a former teacher, I think there is a lot of opportunity to engage children, especially reluctant or nonreaders with...

    With all boys in the family, I've never been drawn to the sparkly sort of book so I haven't much experience with the genre. I'll be interested to see what the reaction is from some young readers I'll hand this to. I wasn't crazy about the mom being so inept. I know this is an early...

    I like Sophie Kinsella so I was excited to find out that she wrote a kids book. Unfortunately, the book wasn?t as cute as I thought it would be. Ella?s mom is a fairy. And not a very good one. Really the book is just the mom messing up on spells and causing problems. Kids would p...

  • Kimberly
    Jan 10, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

  • Ms. Yingling
    Dec 11, 2017

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

  • Gmr
    Jan 08, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

    I'll start by saying that I love Sophie Kinsella's books for adults. I truly love them. This, her first book for children, however, misses the mark a bit. Written for 3rd to 4th graders, this chapter book reads like a series of stories that are better suited to younger readers; The...

    Fairy Mom and Me by Sophie Kinsella How would you like a cow in your kitchen, or rain that is chocolate milk? With this magic word, Marshmallow, Poof Ella?s mom is a fairy. She can fly in the air and turn invisible. Ella has to help her mom with her magic because she is not that...

    As soon as I heard Sophie Kinsella was writing a book for children...I placed holds at my local library for both me and my 8 year old daughter. I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella. I have read all her books. I was excited to be able to share Sophie's writing with my daughter. I read the ...

    Disappointing chapter book from adult author Kinsella has a fun premise. Ella Brook's mom is a fairy and one day Ella will be a fairy, too! The chapters are short and stand alone. The first chapter is an introduction and goes on far too long and into way too much detail. Kinsella cou...

    An excellent choice for middle graders interested in fairies, cupcakes and mischief. Ella is an adorable girl who hopes to one day follow in her mother's foot steps and become a fairy. Ella is such a help with spells that it is hard not to admire her right from the beginning. A fun twi...

    This magic filled tale shows us what life may be like if fairy magic ran in the family. You'd think things would be a breeze, problems easily solved, troubles overcome with a flick of your Computawand (yes, even THEY'VE upgraded), and life in general would be a piece of cake. Um, yeah....

  • Literary  Chanteuse
    Jan 23, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

    I'll start by saying that I love Sophie Kinsella's books for adults. I truly love them. This, her first book for children, however, misses the mark a bit. Written for 3rd to 4th graders, this chapter book reads like a series of stories that are better suited to younger readers; The...

    Fairy Mom and Me by Sophie Kinsella How would you like a cow in your kitchen, or rain that is chocolate milk? With this magic word, Marshmallow, Poof Ella?s mom is a fairy. She can fly in the air and turn invisible. Ella has to help her mom with her magic because she is not that...

    As soon as I heard Sophie Kinsella was writing a book for children...I placed holds at my local library for both me and my 8 year old daughter. I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella. I have read all her books. I was excited to be able to share Sophie's writing with my daughter. I read the ...

    Disappointing chapter book from adult author Kinsella has a fun premise. Ella Brook's mom is a fairy and one day Ella will be a fairy, too! The chapters are short and stand alone. The first chapter is an introduction and goes on far too long and into way too much detail. Kinsella cou...

    An excellent choice for middle graders interested in fairies, cupcakes and mischief. Ella is an adorable girl who hopes to one day follow in her mother's foot steps and become a fairy. Ella is such a help with spells that it is hard not to admire her right from the beginning. A fun twi...

  • Heather Pearson
    Dec 31, 2017

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

  • Billie
    Sep 27, 2017

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

  • Jennifer
    Nov 23, 2017

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

  • Ruth Ann
    Jan 14, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

    I'll start by saying that I love Sophie Kinsella's books for adults. I truly love them. This, her first book for children, however, misses the mark a bit. Written for 3rd to 4th graders, this chapter book reads like a series of stories that are better suited to younger readers; The...

    Fairy Mom and Me by Sophie Kinsella How would you like a cow in your kitchen, or rain that is chocolate milk? With this magic word, Marshmallow, Poof Ella?s mom is a fairy. She can fly in the air and turn invisible. Ella has to help her mom with her magic because she is not that...

    As soon as I heard Sophie Kinsella was writing a book for children...I placed holds at my local library for both me and my 8 year old daughter. I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella. I have read all her books. I was excited to be able to share Sophie's writing with my daughter. I read the ...

    Disappointing chapter book from adult author Kinsella has a fun premise. Ella Brook's mom is a fairy and one day Ella will be a fairy, too! The chapters are short and stand alone. The first chapter is an introduction and goes on far too long and into way too much detail. Kinsella cou...

  • Richard Denney
    Dec 07, 2017

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

  • Mary Elizabeth Morton
    Jan 31, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

    I'll start by saying that I love Sophie Kinsella's books for adults. I truly love them. This, her first book for children, however, misses the mark a bit. Written for 3rd to 4th graders, this chapter book reads like a series of stories that are better suited to younger readers; The...

    Fairy Mom and Me by Sophie Kinsella How would you like a cow in your kitchen, or rain that is chocolate milk? With this magic word, Marshmallow, Poof Ella?s mom is a fairy. She can fly in the air and turn invisible. Ella has to help her mom with her magic because she is not that...

    As soon as I heard Sophie Kinsella was writing a book for children...I placed holds at my local library for both me and my 8 year old daughter. I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella. I have read all her books. I was excited to be able to share Sophie's writing with my daughter. I read the ...

  • Mehsi
    Jan 05, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

  • Otusa
    Dec 24, 2017

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

  • Melany
    Jan 11, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

  • Paula
    Jan 26, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

    I'll start by saying that I love Sophie Kinsella's books for adults. I truly love them. This, her first book for children, however, misses the mark a bit. Written for 3rd to 4th graders, this chapter book reads like a series of stories that are better suited to younger readers; The...

    Fairy Mom and Me by Sophie Kinsella How would you like a cow in your kitchen, or rain that is chocolate milk? With this magic word, Marshmallow, Poof Ella?s mom is a fairy. She can fly in the air and turn invisible. Ella has to help her mom with her magic because she is not that...

    As soon as I heard Sophie Kinsella was writing a book for children...I placed holds at my local library for both me and my 8 year old daughter. I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella. I have read all her books. I was excited to be able to share Sophie's writing with my daughter. I read the ...

    Disappointing chapter book from adult author Kinsella has a fun premise. Ella Brook's mom is a fairy and one day Ella will be a fairy, too! The chapters are short and stand alone. The first chapter is an introduction and goes on far too long and into way too much detail. Kinsella cou...

    An excellent choice for middle graders interested in fairies, cupcakes and mischief. Ella is an adorable girl who hopes to one day follow in her mother's foot steps and become a fairy. Ella is such a help with spells that it is hard not to admire her right from the beginning. A fun twi...

    This magic filled tale shows us what life may be like if fairy magic ran in the family. You'd think things would be a breeze, problems easily solved, troubles overcome with a flick of your Computawand (yes, even THEY'VE upgraded), and life in general would be a piece of cake. Um, yeah....

    Thanks to Librarything and the publisher for a free copy of this book. Fairy Mom and Me is a fun read that I could see appealing to a Kindergarten to grade 3 audience. As a former teacher, I think there is a lot of opportunity to engage children, especially reluctant or nonreaders with...

  • Anne Goldschrift
    Mar 11, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

  • Carla Johnson-Hicks
    Nov 28, 2017

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

  • Jill Jemmett
    Jan 24, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

  • Lisa Burris
    Feb 15, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

    I'll start by saying that I love Sophie Kinsella's books for adults. I truly love them. This, her first book for children, however, misses the mark a bit. Written for 3rd to 4th graders, this chapter book reads like a series of stories that are better suited to younger readers; The...

  • Joanne Robertson
    Mar 09, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

  • Petra "Pippa" Q
    Apr 02, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

  • Abbie
    Jan 16, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

  • Carol Lance
    Jan 16, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

    (Sent to place of work for review) A cute, fun, silly story for young readers! It gives fairies a modern twist - fairies use 'Computawands' now, not those traditional sticks with a star on top (though gran still has hers). I loved that Mummy Fairy also watches spell tutorials on 'Fa...

    Fun early chapter book. Her mother is a fairy and Ella can't wait to be just like her. One of her favourite activites is to watch while her mothers works on her online fairy classes. Ella loves those classes and finds them useful when her mother has trouble working any of her spells...

    I'll start by saying that I love Sophie Kinsella's books for adults. I truly love them. This, her first book for children, however, misses the mark a bit. Written for 3rd to 4th graders, this chapter book reads like a series of stories that are better suited to younger readers; The...

    Fairy Mom and Me by Sophie Kinsella How would you like a cow in your kitchen, or rain that is chocolate milk? With this magic word, Marshmallow, Poof Ella?s mom is a fairy. She can fly in the air and turn invisible. Ella has to help her mom with her magic because she is not that...

  • Grace Morton
    Jan 30, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

  • Angela Webster
    Mar 26, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...

    What do you get when your mom is a fairy... but not fairy good at it? You get this book, which features several short stories about Ella and her mom. From making cupcakes to grocery shopping, everything seems normal... until the mom tries her magic! I thought this would just be...

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy by Random House Children's Books in exchange for an honest review. All views, opinions, and thoughts are my own. Before reading the novel, I was familiar with Kinsella's adult novels and young adult novel. I own majority of her books; so I have b...

    Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by Sophie Kinsella. This could be read independently by beginning chapter book readers, but seems to be written as a book for parents and children to read together, specifically girls and their mothers. The book is narrated ...

    My two girls love anything to do with fairies and magic but can you imagine the delight on their faces when they spotted this book! There was the question about their mummy! ?Are you also a fairy mummy?? I thought about it, and although it was hard, I had to tell them the truth. ...

    When I saw that Sophie Kinsella had written a middle grade novel, I knew I had to read it! This is such a cute story. Ella has to deal with regular kid stuff, like the mean girl next door, as well as fairy magic. Ella is a mature and smart girl who can often solve the messes that he...

    My daughter Daisy (age 6) and I have just finished reading this story together and we both enjoyed it so much. Daisy really enjoyed the spells in the book and she really loved Ella's character. I liked the fact that this book took a different twist on magic and fairies, I also thought ...

  • saras_bookwonderland
    Mar 27, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

  • Jane Maple
    Mar 23, 2018

    Alles in allem ein schönes Kinderbuch. Leider wurden Illustrationen ständig wiederholt. ...

    3 STARS!! This was a very cute read, I read it in an hour and got a few laughs and chuckles out of it and I really liked that about this book. I'd say if you're looking for a very light, fluffy, and funny read this would be for you or your daughter, son, younger sister, brother, nie...

    Copy provided by the publisher Ella knows that she will be a fairy like her mother when she grows up, but she is impatient to try out her skills, especially since her mother is not very good at magic and frequently needs some help. Normally, Ella's mom works at an office and takes c...

    4.5/5 stars Fairy Mom and Me is the first book in a new children's series by one of my favorite authors, Sophie Kinsella. I decided to read this book with my 8 year old niece and she absolutely loved it. The UK version says that it is for 5-7 year olds. And while I do think that ...

    Mummy Fairy and Me? was our book at bedtime this week. DGD#1 is a reluctant reader so I decided that I would read it to her in the hope that she would one day want to revisit this story and read it herself. And she absolutely adored Mummy Fairy and Ella! The book is divided, not into...

    Yea?Sophie Kinsella for kids! I read this with my 8-yr-old daughter and we loved it. She loved the silliness of the spells and the awful messes the Fairy Mom got herself into. I loved the good choices most of the characters eventually made after learning from their mistakes, and also...

    I read this story with my daughter. She really enjoyed it and didn't want me to stop. It was also easy for her to read out loud to me. We're already excited about the next book in this new series. Sophie Kinsella truly understands a child's voice and what would interest young readers. ...

    I think it would be so cool if my mom was a fairy mom just like Ella's mom. But it is not easy being a fairy because sometimes your spell doesn't go the way you wanted it to go. It is funny that she doesn't use a wand, she uses a computawand. And I would like to thank my dad for readin...

    I will try everything Sophie Kinsella writes at least once... I've not always been super enthusiastic (some of the most recent Shopaholic books were painful) but I've had awesome surprises (Finding Audrey is perfection) so when I've heard she had written a middle grade book about fairi...

    INHALT: Die 7-jährige Ella hat eine ganz normale Familie: chaotischer kleiner Bruder, Papa und Mama. Hm, na ja, Ellas Mama ist nicht gaaaanz so wie andere Mütter. Denn: sie ist eine wischwaschechte Fee! Und Ella - ist ihre kleine Junior-Fee. So eine Feen-Mama ist super praktisch...

    I was trying to give the book the benefit of the doubt, as I'm not a seven-year-old-girl, and so not the target audience, but,I do love other books for this age group, so that really wasn't the problem. In the end, the book was a little too heavy-handed, while still managing to be insu...

    Very cute. Sophie Kinsella is my favorite author so I was excited to see she wrote a children?s book. My 7 year old daughter and I read this together. She enjoyed it and was giggling like I always do when I read Sophie?s books. ...

    The book is told in four mostly unrelated stories: Story 1: Ella Brook's mom is a fairy but she often doesn't get her spells right. Her mom just has to wiggle her butt and say Marshmallow and she becomes a fairy. When baby brother spills milk, dad offers too go to the store. But mo...