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Fia and the Imp [Anglais] [Relié]

Lauren Mills , Dennis Nolan


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A long time favorite 9 octobre 2007
Par Cherie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I came on tonight looking specifically for more books like this one - and was amazed this one had no reviews!

My daughter still reads this regularly [when she's not reading harry potter for the zillionth time] and it has long been a favorite. So much so that I thought she'd enjoy another by the author - she adores the illustrations and the story - since she was about 6!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Lauren Mills Magic 10 juillet 2013
Par Jackson Randle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Lauren Mills books are some of my favorite modern fairy tales. This one is no exception. The imp's motives are somewhat obscure, but it's very charmingly told and consistent with its predecessor.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Marvelous Story 6 mars 2013
Par Kate - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fia and the Imp is a sequel to Fairy Wings, both of which are beautifully illustrated and enchanting. My 5 year old daughter loves the maps of the fairy's woods at the beginning of each story, and the style of writing is simple enough that she can "help" read it. The plot is intriguing and more involved than most fairy books I've found.

Fia, a wingless fairy who is not flustered by her sister's ridicule of her, is fun, compassionate, and courageous. When she's call upon to help the Woodkins, a group of "little people" who live in a hollow and speak in Scottish dialect, she finds herself deep in the wood where she and two Woodkin children are approached by a peculiar creature, an Imp. The Imp, who chants in jibberish and claims to know what each of them truly desires, offers to help the three, as they are lost.

On the surface, Fia and the Imp, is a delightful and enchanting story of friendship. Some will be able to discern its political undertones and warnings about trusting "strangers", and those who perform "magic". A very good read for kids and parents alike.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A charming story for those who love the wee folk 8 décembre 2010
Par Z Hayes - Publié sur Amazon.com
My kindergartner has loved fairies and stories about them since she was a toddler, and now that she is beginning to read, I've been looking for fairy stories with more content, versus those that are short in length. She still needed my help with this book, especially with longer words, but we both enjoyed the story of "Fia and the Imp". I actually ordered this together with Fairy Wings which is the prequel to this book, but since this arrived fist, we went ahead and read it.

Fia is a unique fairy as she does not have wings, yet she is gentle,kind, and compassionate, traits not shared by her sister Violet. Fia loves to help the woodkins, which are wee folk who live in the woods, and Violet derides Fia for helping these folk who in Violet's eyes are unworthy of fairies' attention or friendship. Fia is engaged to the fairy prince, Kip, and after discussing with Kip, she decides to invite the woodkins to their engagement party. When Violet hears of this, she is mortified and upset and determines to intervene. Fia later hears of a crisis amongst the woodkins and rushes off to help, but ends up in trouble herself. A mysterious creature, an imp comes along to render help but warns in advance that he extracts payment for his help. Will Fia be able to get herself out of her predicament without getting deeper into trouble?

I love the fact that this is a well-structured story with interesting characters - there is even a map of the world the author has created at the beginning of the book. The author and illustrator happen to be a married couple, and their collaboration yields a wonderful reading experience. I just wish there were more books in the series! Highly recommended for those who love fairies and fairy stories. Another book (more of an anthology of fairy stories and poems) by Lauren Mills is The Book of Little Folk: Faery Stories and Poems from Around the World.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A well-written and beautifully illustrated fairy story 9 février 2010
Par Z Hayes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat authentifié par Amazon
My 5-year-old daughter has loved fairies and stories about them since she was a toddler, and now that she is beginning to read, I've been looking for fairy stories with more content, versus those that are short in length. She still needed my help with this book, especially with longer words, but we both enjoyed the story of "Fia and the Imp". I actually ordered this together with Fairy Wingswhich is the prequel to this book, but since this arrived fist, we went ahead and read it.

Fia is a unique fairy as she does not have wings, yet she is gentle,kind, and compassionate, traits not shared by her sister Violet. Fia loves to help the woodkins, which are wee folk who live in the woods, and Violet derides Fia for helping these folk who in Violet's eyes are unworthy of fairies' attention or friendship. Fia is engaged to the fairy prince, Kip, and after discussing with Kip, she decides to invite the woodkins to their engagement party. When Violet hears of this, she is mortified and upset and determines to intervene. Fia later hears of a crisis amongst the woodkins and rushes off to help, but ends up in trouble herself. A mysterious creature, an imp comes along to render help but warns in advance that he extracts payment for his help. Will Fia be able to get herself out of her predicament without getting deeper into trouble?

I love the fact that this is a well-structured story with interesting characters - there is even a map of the world the author has created at the beginning of the book. The author and illustrator happen to be a married couple, and their collaboration yields a wonderful reading experience. I just wish there were more books in the series! Highly recommended for those who love fairies and fairy stories. Another book (more of an anthology of fairy stories and poems) by Lauren Mills is The Book of Little Folk: Faery Stories and Poems from Around the World.
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