"A lively new version of a favourite fairy tale, just right for newly independent readers "
November 2021 Debut of the Month
Fairies Verity and her best friend Celeste live in Fairy Tale Kingdom, where all your favourite fairytale adventures take place. In this story, Tatiana, the Queen of the Fairies, puts Verity in charge of the party the human king and queen are throwing for their new baby daughter. When Verity accidentally on purpose leaves out Nissa, the grumpy fairy places that curse on the baby. Fortunately, with Celeste’s help, Verity can put things right, not just for the royal family, but with Nissa too.
As with other titles in this series, this puts a sweet new twist on a much-loved story and little children will be very taken by Verity and Celeste. With lots of illustrations and short chapters, it’s good for newly independent readers and a useful glossary will help them understand and remember new vocabulary.
A fun take on the fairy tale Snow White, with a lovely ending as well, I didn't want the book to finish and looking forward to reading more Verity Fairy books.
I really enjoyed this story and the happy ending as well. It is a fun take on the fairy tale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Throughout the book there was explanation of some words that I have not heard of before and the meaning of them. Lovely illustrations throughout the story as well.... Read Full Review
Lovely book which retells the fairytale with a twist
These books are amazing for young readers. It's a retelling of the famous fairy tales but with a twist. You follow Verity and her friends as they try and help good beat evil. But Verity has one problem she can only tell the truth will this get her in trouble?
My daughter said "I love fairy tales and really enjoyed reading these as they had a twist and a different view of the story. I loved following the story of Verity and hoping she wouldn't get in to trouble but with Verity meaning truth I know she would get into some trouble. Verity was definitely my favourite character even if she did get herself in trouble sometimes. I liked that this book is just the right length for me to read at night and that they have definition of works in it too.... Read Full Review