1) If you're getting this because your kid loves Tinkerbell, don't. Except for being pictured in groups on two pages and saying once, "Look! Look!" the book is Tinkerbell-free.
2) The story makes very little sense, especially if your kids have watched the Tinkerbell movies. There's a frost in Pixie Hollow, but it's all good... and that's just one thing that doesn't make sense.
3) As you read, you think it's heading, at least, to a moral of the story, but no. The heroine, such as she is, doesn't listen, causes danger, and then laughs about it.
4) *Spoiler* The heroine is a fairy without wings, and she goes ice skating and, unlike the fairies who could fly away when the ice broke, she fell in. But don't worry! The book will show your child that she easily and safely swam out of the frozen pond and ice. Not kidding.
5) Least important issue, but an issue nonetheless, the heroine looks like a cookie-cutter, old-school princess. Long flowing blonde locks, a waist a quarter of an inch wide. And she's a ditz. I like the Tinkerbell movies and books for my boys because, although the fairies are pretty and some in, well, short little fairy outfits, they focus on the fairies talents, their roles in nature, respect for nature, and in Tinkerbell's case, problem-solving and engineering. Not so here. Silly, princess-like fairy gets so excited to have a party that she doesn't heed warnings and causes danger w/o consequences... thanks, but no.
To sum up (too late, I know), this is a poorly written book with a lousy story, bad -- even dangerous -- messages (you can swim safely out of broken ice!), bad characters, and again, does not involve Tink or her friends. There are plenty of nice Fairy books -- this ain't one of them.