Early Chapter Book: Pixie And The Green Book Mystery

Early Chapter Book: Pixie And The Green Book Mystery

by Coraline Grace

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Overview

A green illustrated early chapter book they will devour. Even kids that DON"T like reading will be swept into the magic of words and embark on an adventure. This is the first in a series of five epsisodes, with the Purple Mystery coming up next. The quest continues...

Pixie's school day doesn't go so well. First, an apple disaster and then a soggy pencil. But things are about to change. On a trip to the Rocky Point Library, Pixie discovers a magical green book. Fairytale characters have come to life out of their books and danger is lurking. The new librarian, or AKA the Book Guardian is trying to capture Alice, Cindi, and her Rabbit inside the mysterious book. So it's up to Pixie to save her fairytale friends by getting them back into their stories. Especially, when she learns the evil plan to rid their paper books and trap them in screened devices.

But wait! When did Cindi go into the clothing business and how did Pixie's blue pencil end up in Alice's book? The stories are all jumbled. But this second grader knows her fairytales and goes on a a wacky wonderful quest to save books.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154459164
Publisher: Coraline Grace
Publication date: 12/19/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 5 - 11 Years

About the Author

Coraline Grace is a reader, writer, library romper, mom of four. This native Texan lives off the coast and draws inspiration from her wonderland forest. She holds a B.A. in child psychology and a Masters in Edu. with an emphasis on reading, both supporting her passion of learning and facilitating children into becoming lifelong readers. Coraline's first book, Park It! - A Guide To Austin Parks & Playgrounds was published in Austin Texas. And after trading the salt lick for the salt life she changed focus, publishing a cookbook and two Christian motivational books for success. But her heart has always been set on children. So she followed her passion and began writing chapter books for young readers. Pixie And the Green Mystery is the first in the series and Pixie And The Purple Mystery is coming up soon!

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Early Chapter Book: Pixie And The Green Book Mystery 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ConfuzzledShannon More than 1 year ago
Marigold, aka Pixie, is a young elementary student with a love for books. After a bad day in school Pixie’s Mom takes her to the library where she discovers a book she has never come across. This surprises her because she has read almost everything there. This book is very special and it glows green. As she opens it she is introduced to some familiar characters but their stories seem jumbled and confused. Pixie must help the characters back into their own stories before they become blank pages. Kids who are familiar with the classics like Alice In Wonderland, Cinderella, and Snow White will recognize some of the characters. Even if they have only watched some of the Disney movie versions they will realize that something is different about these stories. What I like is that author Coraline Grace has basically just let the story flow and not let the original stories confine what is happening. It is a story that kids can learn imagination can go anywhere and even change what been done before. Reading this book as an adult with a little OCD was sometimes difficult though. Pixie starts to read about Cindy, Alice, and The White Rabbit together in a book arguing. Then Cindy tells some of her life stories. My adult brain cannot help but say “That’s not what happened”. But this is a book for children, not adults. Pixie and The Green Book Mystery is a cute and creative book where imagination runs wild and free. It takes the bones of other stories and connects them in a way that children will remember years later.
ConfuzzledShannon More than 1 year ago
Marigold, aka Pixie, is a young elementary student with a love for books. After a bad day in school Pixie’s Mom takes her to the library where she discovers a book she has never come across. This surprises her because she has read almost everything there. This book is very special and it glows green. As she opens it she is introduced to some familiar characters but their stories seem jumbled and confused. Pixie must help the characters back into their own stories before they become blank pages. Kids who are familiar with the classics like Alice In Wonderland, Cinderella, and Snow White will recognize some of the characters. Even if they have only watched some of the Disney movie versions they will realize that something is different about these stories. What I like is that author Coraline Grace has basically just let the story flow and not let the original stories confine what is happening. It is a story that kids can learn imagination can go anywhere and even change what been done before. Reading this book as an adult with a little OCD was sometimes difficult though. Pixie starts to read about Cindy, Alice, and The White Rabbit together in a book arguing. Then Cindy tells some of her life stories. My adult brain cannot help but say “That’s not what happened”. But this is a book for children, not adults. Pixie and The Green Book Mystery is a cute and creative book where imagination runs wild and free. It takes the bones of other stories and connects them in a way that children will remember years later.