Prilla's Talent

Prilla s Talent The popular Disney Fairy Prilla stars in the very first Fairies graphic novel from Papercutz Anchored by the massively popular Tinker Bell character Disney s Fairies franchise has become a huge hit I

  • Title: Prilla's Talent
  • Author: Stefan Petrucha Magic Eye Studios
  • ISBN: 9781597071864
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • The popular Disney Fairy Prilla stars in the very first Fairies graphic novel from Papercutz Anchored by the massively popular Tinker Bell character, Disney s Fairies franchise has become a huge hit In this story, the Fairy Prilla appears at the home of a rich, lonely Clumsy human boy named Kenton When Kenton decides to trap her in a jar and keep her as a pet, sheThe popular Disney Fairy Prilla stars in the very first Fairies graphic novel from Papercutz Anchored by the massively popular Tinker Bell character, Disney s Fairies franchise has become a huge hit In this story, the Fairy Prilla appears at the home of a rich, lonely Clumsy human boy named Kenton When Kenton decides to trap her in a jar and keep her as a pet, she vows to change this cynical child from a sad introvert to a happy young boy Prilla can disappear from the jar and return to Neverland at will, but she doesn t let Kenton know that When it turns out that Prilla needs Kenton s help to save one of her fairy friends, the tables quickly turn in this delightful and heartwarming story from Disney s Fairies.

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    1. I've always loved Tinkerbell. She is the reason I like fairiesbut generally, I get bored with fairy books. I had originally picked it up for my kids but I ended up reading themMy sons aren't really into Tinkerbell, so, why I picked it up, I don't knowMaybe because I like Tink I guesslolI will make them sit through Tinkerbell movies with me just to say I had a reason to be sitting there watching TinkerbellA grown woman! Don't Judge me! lolBut, anyway, it was a cute bookA few stories in one little [...]

    2. Reason for Reading: Book #2 is a Cybils '10 nominee and as a panelist for Graphic Novels this is required reading for me. So I decided to go back and read #1 as well to get a feel for this series.I'm not a Disney fan so was not looking forward to reading this book but was pleasantly surprised. A collection of short stories about the fairies in Neverland, each one features a different fairy as the main character but Tinker Bell is in them all and the various fairies mostly turn up in every story [...]

    3. Prilla's Talent was such a cute graphic novel. Disney Fairies are always a big hit in our house. We watch Tinkerbell and the fairy's all the time when they are on Disney and now with this amazing graphic novel they can take the fairies with them and read in the car or where ever they are. My middle daughter just loved this book and she read it several times to her baby sister.This book isn't only written well but it is beautify illustrated. The beautiful and colorful pictures backed up with the [...]

    4. This was a fairly cute graphic novel geared towards pre-teens. I suppose that it would serve as a good introduction to graphic novels for that age-group or would be a fun read for fans of Disney princesses and fairies. The storylines are fairly cute while pretty simplistic, but the individual stories seem to jump around quite a bit with no real transitions or character building. I did think that the art work was all rather well done.All in all, not a bad book for preteens but I would have liked [...]

    5. Combining the beautiful artwork from the creators of our childhood favorites with magical stories sure to delight readers of any age, this is one graphic novel to take a chance on indeed. Join Tinkerbell, Prilla and all their friends as they test the bonds of friendship, help each other discover their inner fairy, go head to head in a little fairy competition and even discover the first blush of lovel in Disney-esque fun. So clap your hands and join the other "believers" as you take pause to wel [...]

    6. Who doesn't love fairies?! If you don't believe and say it out loud, a fairy dies. So please don't do that! I also know that every time a baby laughs the first time, a fairy is born. So please, laugh with your kids as much as you can.This was such a great story, and a great book for kids. We know Disney and its affiliates to be a great resource for our children, this book does not disappoint. I think it's a great line of stories!!!Plus the illustrations in the book are typical Disney fashion, an [...]

    7. Most graphic novels are filled with aggression - even the ones for kiddos. Hence, there are not enough good graphic novels for young girls. But this one is a true gem. My four and a half year old daughter and I really enjoyed spending time together and read it. Prilla's Talent is filled with familiar characters and good themes like working together. Plus it has wonderful artwork (which is a must for a graphic novel). Look no further if you are looking for a graphic novel for a young child especi [...]

    8. This is the first in a series of graphic novels featuring 4 tales about the Disney fairies, started in book by Gail Carson Levine.If you have not seen my other reviews on Disney fairies books, then let me just simply put it: I love them. I pretty much enjoyed all the stories I have read on them, and the movies. The tales in this book are short and sweet. The art is wonderful. These are a great addition to the fairy franchise.

    9. Okay, laugh if you want, but I've been sick and was searching my house for the fluffiest possible thing to read. Given that I'd received this book from No Flying No Tights, it was really no contest. My NFNT review is up here.

    10. Such a cute addition to your little girls' "fairy" collection. Can't wait to post my full review. Thanks for sending it, Paula!

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