Most helpful positive review
Girls will love
on 13 November 2014
I read this with my 7-year-old daughter who loved it. Anyone who has read any of the rainbow fairy books before will know why. They are designed perfectly for her age group. Each story features best friends Kirsty and Rachel having to help a fairy friend from Fairyland in their perpetual battle with Jack Frost and the goblins. This one is no different.
This story is about Hannah the happy ever after fairy and Jack Frost has stolen her magical Quill Pen which "has the power to write fairy tales for the human world, but not only that - the magic pen can also change them." And Jack Frost is changing them. "He's rewriting all the endings of the fairy tales to make them miserable!" It falls upon Kirsty and Rachel to help Hannah sort it out of course.
Also along the way there are a number of clear and simple pictures to bring the text alive, and the story is written in big text too ideal for early readers.
This was originally a World Book Day book so is a showcase, and as such it is probably a bit better than some of the others in the collection which follow predictable patterns, although a little shorter.
Overall a typical rainbow fairy story that little girls will love.