Thursday, 18 July 2013

Fairy Bell Sisters Book Review and Competition

My girls love to read, I think they get it from me although I don't really have much time lately. I do remember as a little girl there was nothing I loved more than reading a good book. Of course, back then we didn't have computers, or games consoles, so I am really pleased when my girls are happy to pick up a book rather than controller or a mouse.

Rosie and the Secret Friend on Amazon

Silver and the Fairy Ball on Amazon


I was sent two books to review aimed at 5 years plus. The Fairy Bell Sisters -Silver and the Fairy Ball and The Fairy Bell Sisters - Rosie and the Secret Friend. The Fairy Bell Sisters are the little sisters of the famous Tinker Bell whom all little girls know and love from the stories of Peter Pan. They live on Sheepskerry Island and are Clara Bell, Lily Bell, Rosie Bell, Silver Bell and Squeak.

In Silver and the Fairy Ball, little sister Silver is too young to go to the Fairy Ball and her secret plans end up in a terrible mess.

In Rosie and the Secret Friend, Rosie makes friends with a little human girl which is against fairy rules.

The books are easy to read and have cute line drawings to illustrate the stories.
Star, aged 7 years, read both books in one evening and said they were very good.
I had to read the books along with Boo, aged 5. She's not yet a confident reader but was able to take turns with me in reading. She loved the stories too.

I believe any little girl who loves fairies will love these books.

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I was sent two books for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own (and my daughter's)




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55 comments:

  1. My little girl is big now at 15, but we have a 6 year old god daughter who we love buying books for x

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  2. I don't have children yet,but my cousin's children are 3,4,5 and 6,and all little girls,they'd love these books

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  3. Darlene Ovenstone21 July 2013 at 12:29

    I have a little boy, but my niece has just turned 2 and my son's best friend is 4 and she loves anything about fairies :)

    darleneovenstone@hotmail.co.uk

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  4. Michelle Sykes21 July 2013 at 12:56

    2 years old

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  5. I have 2 girls - 5 and 10 and they both love reading :) x

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  6. My little girl is 4 and loves books!

    stacey.tripconey@yahoo.com

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  7. valerie myburgh21 July 2013 at 19:51

    My little girl Saskia is 6

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  8. My little girl is five, and just getting into reading books to herself.

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  9. my girl is 7 :)

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  10. Books are the foundation for dreams. I'm 34 and I believe in fairies and goblins.

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  11. And why cant little boys know about fairies?

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    1. nothing wrong with boys knowing about fairies, my Little Man is almost 3 and loves Ben and Holly :)

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  12. Forgot to say, he is only one and loves anything, fairies or not lol

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  13. I have my cousin age 7 and neice aged 8, my own kids are boys

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  14. claire thomson little22 July 2013 at 01:02

    my little girl is 1 and I love reading to her

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  15. My little girl turns 2 next month. She is very into her "booooos" as she calls them x

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  16. This would be for my niece who is 4 1/2

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  17. For my 2 year old grandaughter

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  18. This would be for my niece who is 5 :)

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  19. She is 8 years old

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  20. My daughter will be 3 in September & loves fairies :-)

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  21. Our little one is coming up to 5 years old this year

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  22. My little girl is 5, she's just started reading me the bed time stories :)

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  23. My little girl will be 4 in september

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  24. my little girl will be 7 on August 22nd :-D

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  25. My niece is coming 6 and would love these books

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  26. I have a 4 year old girl and a 14 year old. The 4 year old loves fairys and get her older sister to read to her all the time so they would both enjoy yhese books

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  27. my daughters are 6 and 18 months

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  28. im entering for my niece who is 3

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  29. Entering for my niece who is 5

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  30. entering for my niece beth who is 6

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  31. my little girl is 7 and loves her reading x

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  32. My daughter is starting school in September. She loves princesses and fairies, so I think these books would be great to encourage her to read.

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  33. My granddaughter is 2 and we have been building up a huge library of books for her. She is never without a book and when she wakes up in the morning she is given a cup of milk and a pile of books and that buys her mum another half an hour to get showered while she 'reads' to teddy quite happily.

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  34. my daughter is 6 and she loves books

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  35. LINDA WILLIAMS24 July 2013 at 17:43

    My 'little' girl is 28 but she has just presented me with my first grandaughter who was born on 12 July. My daughter reads every night to my grandson, who is just 1 & I am sure she will do the same with the new baby girl :)

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  36. My dughters 27 ,but I have 9 grandchildren,the younger will enjoy the books

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  37. my grandaughter Megan is nearly 2 and I would love to read these books to her

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  38. My god-daughter is 6 and loves anything todo with fairies

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  39. my own daughter is 11 but I have nieces and friends with young daughters

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  40. My little girl is 5 and would love these books for storytime before bed as she loves anything to do with fairies or princesses.

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