The Trouble with Tink

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HarperCollins Children's, 2006 - Children's stories - 96 pages
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When Tinker Bell looses her tinker's hammer, the unthinkable happens - she can no longer fix pots and pans. In fact, she makes everything she tries to fix worse. The other fairies start to wonder if she's lost her talent altogether.

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Review: The Trouble With Tink (Tales of Pixie Hollow #1)

User Review  - Bobbi Weiss - Goodreads

A cute adventure. But I mostly read it as reference for writing Disney's MMO "Pixie Hollow." Read full review

Review: The Trouble With Tink (Tales of Pixie Hollow #1)

User Review  - Temmie - Goodreads

Teemie gives it one star because in the audio book version there is no song at the end of the book and she was really disappointed in the abrupt ending as well. Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Kiki Thorpe was born in Agaņa, Guam and grew up in Boise, Idaho. She holds a BA from Brown University and an MFA in creative writing from the University of Arizona. She has written or adapted over fifty books for children. A former children's book editor, she now writes full time and her works include: Ah-Choo!, A Comfy Cozy Thanksgiving, and Bear in the Big Blue House. She is the author of The Never Girls series, and has written some of the Disney Fairies chapter books series including: The Trouble with Tink, Tink North of Never Land, and Tink in a Fairy Fix. Kiki also writes the Candy Apple, and Poison Apple books under the name Mimi Mccoy.

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