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Fairy the Alice BSW171

US$14.95

Donning a fairy costume inspires a little girl's imagination in this droll picture book. Alice speaks for herself, claiming she can fly (not too high but really fast), can change her dad into a horse (for a horsey ride), can make herself disappear (by flicking off the light switch with her wand), and can turn oatmeal into cake by pouring on fairy dust (sugar). There are elements of danger, such as broccoli poisoned by the wicked Duchess (Mom) and baths (fairies hate baths), as well as mischief ("…my mom made cookies for my dad. So I turned them into mine") and mishaps ("Once I accidentally turned my white dress into a red one"). Alice knows that permanent fairyhood requires a lot of tests, attending Advanced Fairy School, and learning how to "make clothes get up off the floor and… line up in the closet," so she'll "probably be a temporary fairy forever."

几乎是《大卫,不可以》的女孩版。艾丽斯有无穷无尽的魔法,将爸爸的饼干“变”成她的,之后再补偿性地为公爵大人(爸爸)变出新的衣服和王冠;用魔棍指挥树叶飘落下来,并用魔棍在水中画出神奇的图画;让自己隐形,还能将难吃的燕麦粥变成香喷喷的蛋糕……。看完这本书,你或许能从书中找到自己小时候或小女儿的影子。

By David Shannon, Hardcover, Simplfied or Traditional Chinese Characters, 32 Pages, 11.25"X8.75"
 
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