Fairy In Waiting Review

Disclosure: We were sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are our own.

Today we are starting something special. Hazel is going to be writing some of the reviews for me! So here is Hazel's Corner!!
Since this is my first real review I will tell you a little bit about myself. I am ten and in fourth grade. I love all subjects, and some of my favorite animals are birds, especially flamingos and owls. I play the violin.

     Today I will be reviewing the book Fairy in Waiting by Sophie Kinsella and illustrated by Marta Kissi. This is the second book in the Fairy Mom and Me Series. We reviewed the first one last year. This series is for kids starting to read chapter books and is recommended for ages 7 to 10.

This book has four "fairy spells," (stories or chapters) that have everything magic and fun, from magic walking, talking, wardrobes, magic computawands, and shimmering fairy wings. Ella is on her way to becoming a fairy, but her mother, who is a real fairy, says she just has to wait. That's why she is a fairy in waiting.

To me, this book is just right for kids who might just be starting to read thicker books, or who just want a good laugh. This book also shows how important it is to be patient. It also spreads the message of how you don't need magic (or fame, talents, etc.), to save the day. This book spreads a powerful message and deserves five stars.