Fairy Blossoms #1: Daisy and the Magic Lesson
Suzanne Williams
HarperTrophy (2008)
ISBN 9780061139383
Reviewed by Regan Zaborowski (age 8) for Reader Views (7/08)

This was a fun book to read.  It is about some fairy children who got to Miss Lily’s FairySchool to learn to be real fairies with magic powers.  They learn how to help humans.  All of the junior fairies have special magic, except for Daisy.  She doesn’t think she can do anything, but she really wants to help.  After some classes, they are ready to go to a town and meet some humans for the first time.  They want to see how to disguise themselves so the people won’t recognize them so they won’t be scared away.  In this story, some of the junior fairies go off by themselves to try to help humans, and they get into trouble for it because their teacher, Miss Lily, didn’t know about it.  But it all works out okay in the end.

I liked “Fairy Blossoms: Daisy and the Magic Lesson” by Suzanne Williams.  It was easy for me to read, and I understood all of the words without asking my mom.  It made me laugh.  I like to read about fairies and princesses, and I wished that I could be in fairy school just like Daisy and her friends.  They were all so beautiful.  It was good that they wanted to help humans.  I think that other girls who like reading about fairies will like this book, too.

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