The end of the school year is here, and Very Fairy Princess Gerry is getting ready to graduate She always loves a celebration, but can't help but feel a little sad as she empties her cubby, takes down her art projects, and says goodbye to her class pet, Houdini the hamster. Read more...
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The end of the school year is here, and Very Fairy Princess Gerry is getting ready to graduate She always loves a celebration, but can't help but feel a little sad as she empties her cubby, takes down her art projects, and says goodbye to her class pet, Houdini the hamster. She's also a little nervous about leaving Miss Pym... what if her new teacher doesn't let Gerry wear her wings and crown? Change can be hard, even for a fairy princess Thankfully, she realizes that new things can bring their own sparkle.
From the mother-daughter team of Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton comes another delightful story in the #1 "New York Times "best-selling Very Fairy Princess series.
- ISBN-13: 9780316219600
- ISBN-10: 0316219606
- Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
- Publish Date: April 2014
- Page Count: 32
- Reading Level: Ages 4-8
Series: Very Fairy Princess
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- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2014-05-26
- Reviewer: Staff
Moving up a grade and leaving behind the teacher she’s had all year doesn’t make fairy princess Gerry feel very sparkly, even when she’s wearing her pink crown and fairy wings—which is pretty much all the time. Her wings droop even lower when she learns that her new teacher is a man: “He’ll never believe that I’m a fairy princess!” Luckily, a chance encounter with the well-accessorized Mr. Bonario at graduation brings her sparkle back. Davenier’s lithe illustrations infuse the story with warmth and quiet emotion; Andrews’s and Hamilton’s heroine continues to charm. Ages 3–6. (Apr.)