Apr 11, Chelsey Wolford rated it it was amazing. I am a dedicated fan of this series! At the beginning of this year I vowed to read more middle grade fiction, and while I have not been doing so well with that resolution, I never fail to pick up the next book in this series. Abby and Jonah are two siblings who once stumbled upon a magic mirror that has the ability to take them into fairytales.
This is the fifth book in the series, so they have already visited fairy tales like Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White.
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This book takes them bac I am a dedicated fan of this series! This book takes them back to visit the fair and beautiful princess who was locked away in a tower.
The books usually start with Abby and Jonah somehow getting the fairy tale a little backwards. They usually do something that throws the natural sequence of events out of whack, and then it is up to them to solve it and make it right so that these fairy tales can play out the way we have always known them. Abby and Jonah make a great team and these books really teach sibling love. Even though they do get frustrated with each other at times, they still love one another and trust one another through thick and thin.
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There really is a great message here. I am so glad because this is just the type of books that I would love to have my own children become fascinated with. Of course this is a quick read, and I do encourage you to get a young child interested in reading by introducing them to this series!
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View 2 comments. Jan 21, Bookishrealm rated it liked it Shelves: audiobook , books-read-in , children , children-fairy-tale-re-tellings. Okay so I'm convinced that I'm going to like some fairy tale characters much better than others. While this one was definitely an improvement from the last book, I still didn't really click with the characters.
I think that Rapunzel lacked the confidence I would have expected that ultimately ended up making her shallow. I just want the characters to go back to those fierce individuals they were in the first three books. They showed that girls didn't have to follow in the typical footsteps of the Okay so I'm convinced that I'm going to like some fairy tale characters much better than others.
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They showed that girls didn't have to follow in the typical footsteps of the princesses they were used to seeing and for some reason I feel like we're losing a little bit of that in this novel and the past one. What I will say I loved is the audiobook!
It was amazing as always and I'm glad our narrator actually knew how to sing. It added to the overall atmosphere of the novel and I completely enjoyed it. I probably will be doing a review of this novel and the novels sometime soon. I'm going to continue to see if these novels get back to the old ones I'm used to seeing and experiencing.
Jan 30, Avery rated it really liked it. I LOVE this series! I strongly recommend it! Apr 10, Zane Jones rated it really liked it. This book was really cute! Recommended for third or fourth grade up. Dec 17, Nowarish rated it it was amazing Shelves: audiobook. Magnificent adventure I like the prince dog. Compared to the first couple of princesses, Rapunzel seemed kind of rude and shallow. I wish she was more like Snow White or Cinderella, not wanting to follow their stories if they don't want to. Nov 15, Sarah K rated it it was amazing. This is a great quick read fantasy book!
Nov 19, Paige rated it really liked it.
Abby had a bad day at school and Jonah said that they should go through the magic mirror to cheer her up. So, they went through the mirror and when they landed, Abby fell in a pile of mud. She was so bad and was still sad from her day at school. Jonah helped her up. Then, after Abby got cleaned off a little, Jonah and her looked around. They found a really tall tower.
Abby knew than, that they were in Rapunzel. Then, Abby yelled "Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down your hair. Abby and Jonah Abby had a bad day at school and Jonah said that they should go through the magic mirror to cheer her up. Abby and Jonah started to climb her hair. A few minutes later they were at the top. They talked to Rapunzel for awhile, but then just before Abby and Jonah were about to leave, Rapunzel asked them if they would help her get out of the tower, so that she could be free. They said that they would help, but that they didn't know how.
Just then, Rapunzel jumped out of the tower and fell on her feet. From the tower, Abby and Jonah yelled to her. They asked if she was okay. Rapunzel said that she couldn't see them and that her eye sight was gone. Will Rapunzel get her eye sight back? Read the book if you want to find out. I liked this book because Abby and Jonah and Rapunzel all really like each other and they are great friends. Also, I think that it is cool how Jonah and Abby keep going though the magic mirror and they don't worry about what is going to happen when they go in.
There is one thing that I didn't like about this book. When you jump, you don'y lose you eye sight. You just hurt your feet or something else. This book is funny and sweet and you should read this book.
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Jun 22, Mari Anne rated it it was ok Shelves: mg-ya. This is a very cute and popular fractured fairy tale chapter book series. I found this one a little silly and slightly preachy for my taste. The message of, you are more than your looks and your successes and failures, is a good message, but one that was harped on ad nauseam. Still, I think fans of this series and its target audience of girls in grades will enjoy it.
Feb 14, Emily rated it it was amazing Shelves: graderead. In this book Abby and her little brother Jonah went inside their magic mirror and went to visit the real Rapunzel! Why are you sad? Asked Jonah. I won the spelling bee in grade three grade four but what about grade five l came in Jonah said shocked. Yes, Abby replied. The word l got stuck on was Cinnamon. Oh said Jonah today was a very good day for me!
Asked Abby In this book Abby and her little brother Jonah went inside their magic mirror and went to visit the real Rapunzel! Asked Abby. First, l got new soccer cleats and second, l learned a new song. Nice said Abby. Hey l have an idea, maybe we should go through the magic mirror again at night again suggested Jonah.
No thanks said Abby. I will wake you up at night so we can go to the basement and go visit another fairy tale! No thanks said Abby the second time. However it was to late Jonah had walked away. At night Jonah did exactly what he said he was going to do to Abby. So Abby had no choice but to follow her little brother through the magic mirror.
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