Philippa Fisher’s Fairy Godsister, By: Liz Kessler

Posted April 26th, 2011 by SlytherinChic

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Summary: Philippa Fisher has always wanted a fairy godmother. Instead she gets a  fairy godsister who is the same age as her. Daisy, the fairy godsister, hates humans and wants nothing to do with them. So she wants to speed through the wishing and get it over with as fast as possible. Philippa wants to wish away her shyness, win over her classmates, and make her silly parents normal. Every wish Philippa asks for makes her life worse. And the pair just can not  get along. Suddenly the third wish goes missing. Can Philippa and Daisy find the missing wish and make Philippa’s life better, all before Daisy’s life-cycle ends?

Review: This is an awesome and interesting book. I have always wanted a fairy godmother or a fairy godsister.  But who does not want a fairy to wish on. Though it would be seriously cool, it probally would not happen. I recommend this book to girls who love fairies.

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8 Responses to “Philippa Fisher’s Fairy Godsister, By: Liz Kessler”

  1. melissa

    i thought Philippa fisher’s fairy god sister was the most amazing book finally something interesting about fairies.i wish daisy was my fairy god sister because i plenty of stuff to wish for.
    Philippa Fisher is just your average eleven-and-a-half-year-old girl. She’s a bit shy and not the most popular girl at school. But all that changes one day when a new girl named Daisy arrives at school and reluctantly confesses that she is Philippa’s very own fairy godsister.
    Unfortunately for Philippa, Daisy is a fairy who is not too fond of humans, and so she is not ple.
    this book is great you’ll love it trust me, i did.

  2. melissa

    i thought Philippa fisher’s fairy god sister was the most amazing book finally something interesting about fairies.i wish daisy was my fairy god sister because i have plenty of stuff to wish for.
    Philippa Fisher is just your average eleven-and-a-half-year-old girl. She’s a bit shy and not the most popular girl at school. But all that changes one day when a new girl named Daisy arrives at school and reluctantly confesses that she is Philippa’s very own fairy godsister.
    Unfortunately for Philippa, Daisy is a fairy who is not too fond of humans, and so she is not ple.
    this book is great you’ll love it trust me, i did.

  3. melissa

    girls best friend is another book i read but trust me you’ll only like that book if your into mysterious books. if your older than 10 then your too old for it.[ font really big.]

  4. melissa

    if your wondering girls best friend is a dog i love dogs so much. unfortunately i don’t have one. the only pet i have is a hamster named hammy.

  5. melissa

    tale of tosseledown gotta read it! its epic

  6. Hannah

    imagine if a fairy granted you three wishes…..
    this is what happened to Philippa fisher when Daisy, the new girl at school, announced that she has come to be her fairy god sister.Daisy doesn’t want to be there, but she has a job to do. so shes not best pleased with Philipa. and Philippa has to find a good way to use her three wish vouchers, witch is easier said than done-especially when each one seems to make things worse.

    A story that sparkles with magic and is all about friendship,luck and how we decide what we really, really want.

  7. melissa

    hi

  8. Hannah

    did you know? that we are all made in gods image so why do we make fun of our brothers and sisters we should love them because we are all one stop bulling please why do? when we can all be friends after all!

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