Item description for Julie & The Lost Fairy Tale by Lancaster Janie...
In Julie's story, you come across a mysterious travel chest, a lost fairy tale, Miss Eagle Eyes, an editor with a squirrel and kindred spirits. You travel back in time, go to an Extravaganza, and meet me, Cordelia Grimm, great, great granddaughter of one of the Brothers Grim.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Nov 7, 2006
Publisher Star Publish
ISBN 1932993606 ISBN13 9781932993608
Availability 77 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 28, 2016 03:00.
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First published as a serial story in the newspapers Jul 11, 2008
First published as a serial story in the newspapers, "Julie & The Lost Fairy Tale" is now compiled into the form of a novel for children and young adults. An original and captivating tale, "Julie & The Lost Fairy Tale" follows the relationship between Julie, her grandmother, and a mysterious travel chest. Highly recommended for community library young adult fiction collections.
Charming modern-day fairy tale Mar 27, 2008
Every kid knows there are treasures waiting for them in Grandmother's attic. When Julie goes up to investigate, she expects to find baby squirrels. Instead she discovers a lost fairy tale.
The original owner of the manuscript came to the United States fifty years ago with the goal of seeing it published. Since she wasn't able to complete her mission, Julie takes over for her, making a promise to see the fairy tale in print.
Julie's quest to fulfill her promise sets in motion her own magical fairy tale. The reader will delight in her enthusiasm and determination in achieving her mission. And this story, just like the best fairy tales, has a happy ending that will leave you smiling.
Reviewer: Alice Berger Bergers Book Reviews
It All Starts in the Attic Apr 8, 2007
If you can recall the sense of awareness you felt as a child, the intimacy with family members, the thrill of climbing into a musty attic, unknown adventures waiting every time you opened the door and went out into the hot summer days, then this book is for you. Julie feels no doubt about her place in a loving family, and finds a way to express that affection in return. Along the way she encounters a bit of history, plenty of memorable characters around town, and a mystery to puzzle out. What more can you ask for in a good book? If you are a parent in search of wholesome reading for your child, look no further.
This book is charming! Mar 13, 2007
Julie and the Lost Fairytale is a heartwarming story. I love the way this book deals with the dreams and imagination of a child and how she helps to fulfill the dreams of those around her. Parents who monitor their child's reading are going to love this book. It sends a positive message about the importance of friendships. I especially enjoyed Julie's close relationship with her grandmother. I think this story can be used to help children take in interest in the lives and history of those around them. Looking forward to many more from this author :)
Julie and the Lost Fairy Tale Jan 5, 2007
This is a wonderful story that let's you get lost in beautiful descriptions of friendships, scenery, and the innocence of childhood. The author does a wonderful job building suspense with her vivid words in a way that makes you feel as though you are right there with the characters. It was a delight, and very refreshing to read this story.