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by Hannah Gordon,Gail Carson Levine


Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg is the first book written by Gail Carson Levine for the Disney Fairies franchise. Fairy Haven is abuzz with news about its latest arrival, Prilla.

Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg is the first book written by Gail Carson Levine for the Disney Fairies franchise. It's bad enough that she has no idea what her special talent is, but some of her behavior is remarkably, well, human

Seasoned fractured fairy tale teller Gail Carson Levine provides the captivating back story of Tinker Bell and Co. .We started reading The Quest for the Egg and about 1/4 of the way through she started to loose interest

Seasoned fractured fairy tale teller Gail Carson Levine provides the captivating back story of Tinker Bell and Co. in this lavishly illustrated addition to the Neverland canon. Freckled and eager to please, Prilla is a brand new fairy, born of a baby's laugh. Upon her arrival to Neverland, she is dismayed to discover she has no talent for any of the fairy avocations. We started reading The Quest for the Egg and about 1/4 of the way through she started to loose interest. The story is very detailed and I found myself explaining a lot of words and/or scenes due to the creative vocabulary.

By Gail Carson Levine Read by Hannah Gordon. A diabolical hurricane, a selfish fairy, Captain Hook, snobby mermaids, a fierce golden hawk, and the evil dragon Kyto combine in a tantalizing elixir that tests Mother Dove’s wisdom, Tink’s courage, and Prilla’s mettle. By Gail Carson Levine Read by Hannah Gordon. Part of A Fairy Dust Trilogy Book. Category: Audiobooks Children’s Middle Grade Books Children’s Picture Books. Even Clumsy children on the mainland–even readers, wherever they may be–play a crucial role in deciding Never Land’s fate. Also in A Fairy Dust Trilogy Book.

More Audiobooks By Gail Carson Levine. carousel previous carousel next. The kick-off book for Disney's new Fairies promotion, Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg seems a bit rushed at times, and little too simplistic, but then I need to remind myself that this is intended for children, and as such, I think most kids would really enjoy the story. David Christiana's artwork is simply gorgeous, and compliments both the story and the feel of Neverland. The artwork is beautiful, and Levine wrote a work of her heart, but the story itself is sub-standard (and certainly below her own standards) and the tie-ins to Peter Pan nebulous at best.

Gail Carson Levine's Disney Fairies series takes place after the events of Disney's Peter Pan, allowing fans to.

And hey! I have a little sister!

Quest for the Egg is written by Newberry Honor-winning author Gail Carson Levine, master of the modern fairy tale

Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg is written by Newberry Honor-winning author Gail Carson Levine, master of the modern fairy tale. It is illustrated in stunning detail by David Christiana.

Disney Book Group, 2011 M08 31 - 208 pages. Fairy Haven's newest arrival, Prilla, along with Rani and Vidia, embarks on a journey filled with danger, sacrifice, and adventure. The fate of Never Land rests on their shoulders.

by Gail Carson Levine. Narrated by Hannah Gordon. by Gail Carson Levine. series A Fairy Dust Trilogy Book Audiobook.

Hannah Gordon transports listeners of all ages to the fairies' domain nestled within the familiar realm of Neverland. Amidst great expectation, each newborn fairy learns to identify her special talent. What will Prilla's be?

Hannah Gordon transports listeners of all ages to the fairies' domain nestled within the familiar realm of Neverland. What will Prilla's be? She doesn't come upon it easily. Then a hurricane ravages Neverland, and Prilla embarks on a quest to save Mother Dove and her egg, the source of Neverland's youthfulness. Gordon's narration is as gentle as a fairy's kiss; her genuine tone makes us believe in these possibilities.

Prilla, the newest fairy to arrive in Never Land, is so odd that Never Land itself isn’t certain whether to let her into Fairy Haven. Prilla shakes hands when she meets other fairies, and she says “Pleased to meet you,” instead of “Fly with you.” What’s more, she calls Tinker Bell Miss Bell. Altogether, she acts more like a Clumsy than a self-respecting Never fairy should. To make matters worse, Prilla doesn’t know what her talent is–or if she has a talent at all. Mother Dove, the wisest creature in Never Land, thinks Prilla has a talent, but even she isn’t certain.    A diabolical hurricane, a selfish fairy, Captain Hook, snobby mermaids, a fierce golden hawk, and the evil dragon Kyto combine in a tantalizing elixir that tests Mother Dove’s wisdom, Tink’s courage, and Prilla’s mettle. Even Clumsy children on the mainland–even readers, wherever they may be–play a crucial role in deciding Never Land’s fate.From the Compact Disc edition.

Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg epub download

ISBN13: 978-0307281661

ISBN: 0307281663

Author: Hannah Gordon,Gail Carson Levine

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy

Language: English

Publisher: Listening Library (Audio); Unabridged edition (September 13, 2005)

ePUB size: 1352 kb

FB2 size: 1307 kb

Rating: 4.2

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Lavivan
My 6 year old kindergarten and I started with the first book of the Never Girls and she loved it. I ordered the Quest for the Egg along with the second Never Girls and the 1st collection of Disney Fairy books. We started reading The Quest for the Egg and about 1/4 of the way through she started to loose interest. The story is very detailed and I found myself explaining a lot of words and/or scenes due to the creative vocabulary.

We have stopped reading the story (we are about half way through now) and will try again maybe in 3rd or 4th grade.
I enjoyed the story, it really gives a good background to all of the other Disney Fairy books. I do not like to read and I only do it so that my child has the exposure, and I do not care for these types of books as something I would have chosen, but if I were to rate the story, it would get 5 stars. I liked the detail and background the story had and I have been thinking, might just finish it myself. The other stories that we have read all seem to refer back to things that happen in this story.

So just wait until your child is at least in 2nd grade or older. I think this book will be sitting on her bookshelf for at least 3 or 4 years.
Lavivan
My 6 year old kindergarten and I started with the first book of the Never Girls and she loved it. I ordered the Quest for the Egg along with the second Never Girls and the 1st collection of Disney Fairy books. We started reading The Quest for the Egg and about 1/4 of the way through she started to loose interest. The story is very detailed and I found myself explaining a lot of words and/or scenes due to the creative vocabulary.

We have stopped reading the story (we are about half way through now) and will try again maybe in 3rd or 4th grade.
I enjoyed the story, it really gives a good background to all of the other Disney Fairy books. I do not like to read and I only do it so that my child has the exposure, and I do not care for these types of books as something I would have chosen, but if I were to rate the story, it would get 5 stars. I liked the detail and background the story had and I have been thinking, might just finish it myself. The other stories that we have read all seem to refer back to things that happen in this story.

So just wait until your child is at least in 2nd grade or older. I think this book will be sitting on her bookshelf for at least 3 or 4 years.
Vutaur
This series of three books is a must read for fairy lovers and provide lots of history on the fairies of Pixie Hallow.. They are very well written and engaging, I was just as interested in them as my daughter was when I read them to her - summer before first grade. She re-read them to herself as a third grader. and thoroughly enjoyed them. Family friendly, content is appropriate for early elementary children and interesting to older children as well.
Vutaur
This series of three books is a must read for fairy lovers and provide lots of history on the fairies of Pixie Hallow.. They are very well written and engaging, I was just as interested in them as my daughter was when I read them to her - summer before first grade. She re-read them to herself as a third grader. and thoroughly enjoyed them. Family friendly, content is appropriate for early elementary children and interesting to older children as well.
Nilarius
I purchased this book for my 3-year-old niece who LOVES to read. My sister read it while my niece was with her father and called to gush about how fun and awesome the story was. This book has a little bit of silliness, a lot of adventure, and tons of fun! For any child, young or old, this is a must-have book! It has skyrocketed to the top of my niece's favorites (both the first book and the sequel).

The book approaches the moral story in an interesting way; you do not need to analyze it to see what the character has done "wrong" to understand it. It is obvious, the character knows they are doing something wrong and usually is scheming for a way to get away with it. Important lesson for children that being underhanded is too much trouble and you usually lose in the end anyway.

If you are considering this book I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this one. I am an avid reader for many genres and languages; even if I don't like a book I can review the good qualities. However, I loved this book and all of the qualities are good ones!

Go on an adventure with your children: buy this book!
Nilarius
I purchased this book for my 3-year-old niece who LOVES to read. My sister read it while my niece was with her father and called to gush about how fun and awesome the story was. This book has a little bit of silliness, a lot of adventure, and tons of fun! For any child, young or old, this is a must-have book! It has skyrocketed to the top of my niece's favorites (both the first book and the sequel).

The book approaches the moral story in an interesting way; you do not need to analyze it to see what the character has done "wrong" to understand it. It is obvious, the character knows they are doing something wrong and usually is scheming for a way to get away with it. Important lesson for children that being underhanded is too much trouble and you usually lose in the end anyway.

If you are considering this book I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this one. I am an avid reader for many genres and languages; even if I don't like a book I can review the good qualities. However, I loved this book and all of the qualities are good ones!

Go on an adventure with your children: buy this book!
Stonewing
I purchased this as a read-aloud for my daughter. Gail Carson Levine's storytelling is not to be missed! The Disney references in "Quest for the Egg" are subtle and not overdone, so I think both Disney fans and fairy lovers in general will appreciate this book.
Stonewing
I purchased this as a read-aloud for my daughter. Gail Carson Levine's storytelling is not to be missed! The Disney references in "Quest for the Egg" are subtle and not overdone, so I think both Disney fans and fairy lovers in general will appreciate this book.
MisterMax
This was a book I loved in my childhood, so I decided to buy it once again. It's as lovely as it was when I first read it, and the illustrations are beautiful.
MisterMax
This was a book I loved in my childhood, so I decided to buy it once again. It's as lovely as it was when I first read it, and the illustrations are beautiful.
Hono
As soon as I found out Disney was doing a Tinkerbellfairy line and there was a book It was my quest to buy it.

I am an avid reader and mother to a 3 YO and 5 YO.

I loved it!!

It is an incredibley easy read! AND It is full of magic and wonder to me!!! I cant wait to share this magic with my son and daughter as we sit together and read.

I enjoyed getting to know Tink on the fairy level and not just Peter Pans sidekick! I love the names, the artwork, and the story Levine wove.. While it would have been MARVELOUS if it had been expanded for an older audience That is not for whom it was written and I have no doubts my youngsters will love every last word of this tale and not get lost along the way.

I hope there will be many more stories about Tink and her fairy friends!!!
Hono
As soon as I found out Disney was doing a Tinkerbellfairy line and there was a book It was my quest to buy it.

I am an avid reader and mother to a 3 YO and 5 YO.

I loved it!!

It is an incredibley easy read! AND It is full of magic and wonder to me!!! I cant wait to share this magic with my son and daughter as we sit together and read.

I enjoyed getting to know Tink on the fairy level and not just Peter Pans sidekick! I love the names, the artwork, and the story Levine wove.. While it would have been MARVELOUS if it had been expanded for an older audience That is not for whom it was written and I have no doubts my youngsters will love every last word of this tale and not get lost along the way.

I hope there will be many more stories about Tink and her fairy friends!!!
Androlhala
I was disappointed in both books of this series. If we hadn't gotten both books at once, we propbably would have stopped reading after this one. They read (to me) like a movie treatment, with plot and characters sketched in, but no real fantasy world created. There are lots of challenging vocabulary words, but the author fails to demonstrate what a rich vocabulary can do: paint a complex and compelling word picture. I know Gail Carson Levine can write better than this! I read this book aloud to my daughter, and it is NOT a good read aloud book because the author frequently has the speakers complete each others' sentences and doesn't denote who is speaking. My daughter and I both enjoyed the story - we just wish it was told better. I'm sure it will make a fine Disney movie.

I gave an extra star because the illustrations are beyond beautiful.
Androlhala
I was disappointed in both books of this series. If we hadn't gotten both books at once, we propbably would have stopped reading after this one. They read (to me) like a movie treatment, with plot and characters sketched in, but no real fantasy world created. There are lots of challenging vocabulary words, but the author fails to demonstrate what a rich vocabulary can do: paint a complex and compelling word picture. I know Gail Carson Levine can write better than this! I read this book aloud to my daughter, and it is NOT a good read aloud book because the author frequently has the speakers complete each others' sentences and doesn't denote who is speaking. My daughter and I both enjoyed the story - we just wish it was told better. I'm sure it will make a fine Disney movie.

I gave an extra star because the illustrations are beyond beautiful.
I was very surprised and pleased with the delivery. Amazon sent me already two identical books from two different sellers. While I ordered a new one.
The quality is excellent, especially for that book, which was bought by the first owner in 2008. There are names of the old owners on the cover, but it is so cute! And it was very interesting to read tabs, nested by old owners.
Many thanks to them, so, my parents and I laughed for a long time. :)
I was very surprised and pleased with the delivery. Amazon sent me already two identical books from two different sellers. While I ordered a new one.
The quality is excellent, especially for that book, which was bought by the first owner in 2008. There are names of the old owners on the cover, but it is so cute! And it was very interesting to read tabs, nested by old owners.
Many thanks to them, so, my parents and I laughed for a long time. :)