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by Susan Milord

  • ISBN: 0618585435
  • Author: Susan Milord
  • ePub ver: 1487 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1487 kb
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 32
  • Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition (October 24, 2005)
  • Formats: doc docx azw lrf
  • Category: Kids
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
epub Willa the Wonderful download

Willa the Wonderful Paperback – October 24, 2005. Milford taps into the same vein as Marc Brown does in his Arthur books, creating thinly disguised animal characters to take on the human challenges of school and family life.

Willa the Wonderful Paperback – October 24, 2005. by. Susan Milord (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Simply drawn characters and backgrounds, washed in pastel colors and defined with crisp black outlines, are a good match for this gently humorous tale.

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When Willa announces her career goal to be a fairy princess her family and friends are skeptical, until the day she makes a real-life rescue

When Willa announces her career goal to be a fairy princess her family and friends are skeptical, until the day she makes a real-life rescue. Willa knows exactly what she wants to be when she grows up-a fairy princess, complete with wings, wand, and fairy dust. But being a fairy princess is not as easy as it looks, and soon Willa's in trouble at school and in a fight with her best friend. Does Willa have what it takes to make good things happen and be a good fairy princess? Preschool.

Willa knows exactly what she wants to be when she grows up?a fairy princess, complete with wings, wand, and fairy dust.

Willa knows exactly what she wants to be when she grows up-a fairy princess, complete with wings, wand, and fairy dust.

Published April 21, 2003 by Houghton Mifflin.

But Willa proves herself a hero by pulling Jenny's brother Sherman from the path of an oncoming car. The next morning everyone joins in a "thank you" party for Willa, the truly wonderful. Milord, author of excellent cultural activity how-tos, makes a spirited and welcome picture-book debut. Willa's obsession, dejection, and eventual triumph are nicely communicated. This new pig on the scene more closely resembles Holly Keller's Geraldine than Falconer's star pig, but the watercolor-and-ink illustrations are active and sweet.

Susan Milord is the autor of Happy School Year!, Pebbles, and Willa the Wonderful. She is also the author of several children's books that focus on arts and crafts, nature, folk tales and cultures from around the world. Her books have won several awards from professional organizations as well as being included on several parent recommendation lists. Susan Milord lives in Norwich, Vermont.

When asked what she would like to be when she grows up, Willa tells her teacher and classmates that she will be a fairy princess, but when Willa takes on the role, some of her friends don't find her antics to be very amusing and she learns that she must alter her behavior before its too late. About the Author: Susan Milord lives in Norwich, Vermont, where she finds inspiration for her books all around her. From School Library Journal

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Willa knows exactly what she wants to be when she grows up—a fairy princess, complete with wings, wand, and fairy dust. But being a fairy princess is not as easy as it looks, and soon Willa’s in trouble at school and in a fight with her best friend. Does Willa have what it takes to make good things happen and be a good fairy princess?
Comments (6)

Zacki
Purchased this book for our niece Willa! Such a sweet story!
Bearus
This book was recommended. I think it's cute but there are other children's books that I love more. Nice illustrations and the story is okay.
lacki
Willa believes that being a fairy princess is the best job in the whole world. Then real life batters her down. The bus driver makes her take off her wings. Friends don't understand her fairy dust. Could she be wrong? No, Willa will be proven right. A great read that tells us it's important to believe in ourselves and in our dreams.
MarF
It is career day at school, and Willa wants to be a fairy princess. Dressed in appropriate fairy attire, Willa's intention is to make good things happen. However, she quickly learns that being a fairy princess is not easy!

My three year old daughter, who loves all things princess and fairy, repeatedly asks for this book. It is a sweet, feel-good story. However, I doubt it will be a "keeper" since neither story or illustrations stand out from the crowd of excellent children's books available.
The Sinners from Mitar
Willa the pig wants to be a princess when she grows up. She makes her outfit and heads to school where she discovers that being a fairy princess is harder than she imagined. Then Willa uses her fairy skills to rescue little Sherman and gets a gold crown. This simple, cute book with fun illustrations may prove irresistible to little human princesses.
ME
What a great book! Willa wants to be a fairy princess, and accordingly comes to school and sprinkles fairy dust on her friends. But they snarl at her, something like "Hey, stop throwing sand in my face!"

For any grownup that remembers having an imaginary career or imaginary friend, or for any kid in that great make-believe stage.

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