Synopses & Reviews
Philippa Fisher is just your average eleven-and-a-half-year-old girl a shea (TM)s a bit shy and not the most popular girl at school. But all that changes one day when a new girl named Daisy arrives at school and reluctantly confesses that she is Philippaa (TM)s very own fairy godsister.
Unfortunately for Philippa, Daisy is one fairy who is not too fond of humans, and so she isna (TM)t pleased about having to help Philippa. In fact, she wants nothing more than to grant Philippa her three wishes quickly so that she can move on to a new assignment.
However, things arena (TM)t that simple. Philippa and Daisy just cana (TM)t seem to get along, and Philippaa (TM)s wishes keep making her life worse rather than better. Will Philippa and Daisy be able to come together to solve the mess theya (TM)ve created before ita (TM)s too late?
Philippa Fisher would like nothing more than to summon a fairy. Still, she is taken aback when Daisy, the new girl at school, announces that she is Philippa's fairy godmother a or godsister, since they're both the same age. Though Daisy is none too pleased with her mission, she is obliged to see it through and grant her human charge the customary three wishes. Now, if only Philippa would wish for something that makes her life better, not worse With warmth and whimsy, the creator of Emily Windsnap whisks a traditional theme into a contemporary setting to tell a story of friendship, luck, and how we decide what we really want.