Oh My Godmother: The Spell Bind

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Sixth-grader, Lacey Unger-Ware, for some reason, is a fairy godmother-in-training. All is going well, until her classmate, Martin, zip-lines off the school water tower, causing it to break. Wanting to help, Lacey casts a cleaning spell to help Martin. POOF. Oh, no! Lacey is now Martin’s fairy godmother. If she doesn’t complete her assignment to help Martin by the full moon, she and her magic teacher, Katarina, will be whisked off to the South Pole. She talks to her friends, Sunny and Paige, about what to do, but Martin does not believe Lacey is a fairy godmother. Even when they finally get him to believe, it’s still seems impossible! Paige ditches Lacey and Martin, leaving them on their own. They are trying to raise money for the school, but nothing works. They talk to Abner, the pickle guy, but that doesn’t work. Their class holds a carnival, but it gets ruined. What will they do?

This book is great for kids ages 9 to 12 who like fairies and adventure. The reasons I loved this book were the fairies and the adventure. This book would be better if it explained why Lacey is a fairy godmother.

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Author Barbara Brauner, James Iver Mattson, Abigail Halpin, Illustrator
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 248 pages
Publisher Disney-Hyperion
Publish Date 28-Oct-2014
ISBN 9781423164760
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Issue March 2015
Category Tweens


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