Other books byKiki Thorpe
Never Girls #3: A Dandelion Wish (Disney Fairies)
Kate, Mia, Lainey, and Gabby are special girls. They know how to travel between their hometown and Never Land—through a broken slat in a backyard fence. But what happens when the fence is repaired . . . with one of the girls stuck on the Never Land side? Tinker Bell and the Disney Fairies star in a magical new early chapter book series for girls ages 6–10 The Never Girls!
The Trouble With Tink
Tinker Bell is the best pots-and-pans-talent fairy in all of Pixie Hollow. But then she loses her tinkerâs hammer and her world is turned upside down. The good news is that Tink has a spare hammer. The bad news is that she left it at Peter Panâs hideout and theyâre no longer speaking! Will Tink be able to make up with her old friendâor will she have to give up her talent forever?
Tink, North of Never Land (Disney Fairies)
TINK AND TERENCE are best friends. But sometimes Terence, well . . . he gets on Tink's last nerve. So when Terence accidentally squashes Tink's favorite bowl, her anger flares up and she lets him have it! But Tink soon realizes she made a mistake. How can she make it up to Terence? With a bunch of Never flowers? Or legendary pixie dust? Tink sets off an an epic quest through Never Land. She's never failed before . . . and she's not about to start now!
It's Picture Day and Lizzie McGuire's parents have pressured her into wearing the dorky sweater her grandmother gave her for Christmas. Lizzie loves her grandmother, but when she gets to school, her sweater makes the other kids laugh so hard that one of them actually squirts milk out of his nose. Not the fashion statement Lizzie was going for. Lizzie knows it's dumb to care about what other people think. Then again, does she really want to be remembered in the yearbook as The Girl in the Unicorn Sweater? At the last minute, Lizzie decides she has to change her clothes. If only she can come up with a plan...before three o' clock! It's picture day and Lizzie's parents have pressured her into wearing the unicorn sweater her grandmother gave her for Christmas. Lizzie knows it's dumb to care about what other people think, but she really doesn't want to be remembered as the Girl in the Unicorn Sweater either.