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Fourth-grade Fairy

Cook, Eileen (Book - 2011 )
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When fairy-godmother-in-training Willow's wish to attend a human school comes true, she finds getting along with humans to be harder than she expected, but her newly-acquired magical talent makes it easy to collaborate with animals.
Authors: Cook, Eileen
Title: Fourth-grade fairy
Publisher: New York : Aladdin, 2011
Edition: 1st Aladdin pbk. ed
Characteristics: 152, [12] p. ;,20 cm
Summary: When fairy-godmother-in-training Willow's wish to attend a human school comes true, she finds getting along with humans to be harder than she expected, but her newly-acquired magical talent makes it easy to collaborate with animals.
ISBN: 141699811X
9781416998112
Statement of Responsibility: Eileen Cook
Subject Headings: Animals Fiction Friendship Fiction Best friends Fiction Sisters Fiction Human-animal communication Fiction Schools Fiction Fairies Fiction
Topical Term: Animals
Friendship
Best friends
Sisters
Human-animal communication
Schools
Fairies
LCCN: 2010019963
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All Willow Doyle wants is to be normal, to fit in at her new school, and to have a best friend. But there’s no way Willow will ever be normal. There isn’t anything normal about her or the Doyle family.

Willow comes from a long line of fairy godmothers and she’s expected to be one too when the time comes. (At the moment she’s merely sprite status.) Maybe that would be cool if it were like the old days when the humans -- known as humdrums -- knew fairy godmothers existed and the fairies didn’t have to keep their fairy status secret. Now they’re stuck helping humans who don’t even believe in them. Rather than help normals, Willow would rather be human. She’s sick of being weird.

When she's given the chance to attend a humdrum elementary school for two weeks, this is Willow's chance to finally experience a normal life -- but will she be able to fit in? And can she find her best friend there, even if her parents discourage making friends with humans?

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