The Youngest Fairy Godmother Ever by Stephen Krensky

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Mavis know what she wants to be when she grows up -- a fairy godmother. She wants to make wishes come true. But exactly how does a person become a fairy godmother? Mavis practices watching over people in secret and popping up out of nowhere. She tries out costumes and magic wands, too. But when Mavis finally puts her magic to the test, the results are not encouraging at first.

This enchanting story sparkles with personality and humor as it brings Mavis face-to-face with a Cinderella who's been under her nose all along.


About Stephen Krensky

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Stephen Krensky is the author of more than a hundred books for children, including How Santa Got His Job (an ALA Notable Book) and Big Bad Wolves at School. He and his wife, Joan, live in Lexington, Massachusetts. You can visit him on the Internet at Diana Cain Bluthenthal is the author and illustrator of Matilda the Moocher and I'm Not Invited?, and the illustrator of a dozen other books for children. She lives with her husband. two young sons, and pets (including two worms) in North Carolina.
Published May 1, 2000 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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Mavis is so busy training to be a fairy godmother that she barely notices the new girl at school who could use some godmothering.

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The foreground of Bluthenthal's (The La-Di-Da Hare) comical, cartoonlike illustrations feature Mavis's giddy antics, but included are surreptitious glimpses of Cindy, who lugs packages and does laundry for her snobby, identical twin stepsisters.

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