Philippa Fisher and the Stone Fairy's Promise

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Hachette Children's Group, Jun 3, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
23 Reviews

Philippa is looking forward to spending New Year in the village where her new friend Robyn lives. But her fairy godsister Daisy, assigned to a new job but disobeying orders as usual, turns up to warn her that something really bad (SRB) is going to happen! What they don't know is that a fairy has gone missing from the ancient stone circle on the moors -and that at ATC (Above the Clouds) Headquarters, the fairy godmothers in charge have a special plan for them.

A perfect story for Liz Kessler's many fans, in which humans and fairies swap worlds with dramatic and unexpected consequences.

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User Review  - adates12 - LibraryThing

This book shakes the typical fairy image and giving them a more advanced role in the world. Younger readers would enjoy this book's fantasy and drama. Though it is a little long for young students, the vocabulary and story line are easy to follow. Read full review

Review: Philippa Fisher and the Fairy's Promise (Philippa Fisher #3)

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

Thought it was quite a good way to end the series. Best in the 3. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Liz Kessler studied English at Loughborough University, has worked as a teacher and a journalist and has an MA in Creative Writing from Manchester Metropolitan University. After taking a year off to travel around Europe in a camper van, Liz now lives in Cornwall. Find out more at http://www.lizkessler.co.uk, follow her on Twitter @lizkesslerbooks and like her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lizkesslerchildrensauthor.

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