Piper Green and the Fairy Tree

Too Much Good Luck
CD - unabridged
Audio (1 disc)
Product Number: DD22798
Released: Nov 30, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781430119029
Narrator/s: Tavia Gilbert
Publisher: Live Oak Media
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Description

From award-winning author Ellen Potter comes a charming new chapter book series where kids, lobster boats, and a hint of magic are part of everyday life. There are three things you should know about Piper Green: 1. She always says what's on her mind (even when she probably shouldn't). 2. She rides a lobster boat to school. 3. There is a Fairy Tree in her front yard. Life on an island in Maine is always interesting. But when a new teacher starts at Piper's school-and doesn't appreciate the special, um, accessory that Piper has decided to wear-there may be trouble on the horizon. Then Piper discovers the Fairy Tree in her front yard. Is the Fairy Tree really magic? And can it fix Piper's problems?

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CD
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Author(s): Ellen Potter
Narrator(s): Tavia Gilbert
Series:
Product Number DD23202
Released: Nov 30, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: Live Oak Media
ISBN: #9781430120100
eBook
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Author(s): Ellen Potter
Series:
Product Number EB00588322
Released: Aug 04, 2015
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780553499254
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Author(s): Ellen Potter
Series:
Product Number EB00588323
Released: Aug 04, 2015
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780553499292

Professional reviews

"Tavia Gilbert performs this first-person narration with an enthusiastic high pitch--which is perfect for the eccentric young heroine who lives on an island in Maine and takes a lobster boat to school. Piper is a small girl with big feelings, especially strong since her older brother left for boarding school. Her emotions shift frequently, and Gilbert captures them all, especially Piper's wonder at discovering the gift-giving Fairy Tree. Gilbert also transitions easily to portray other characters. She adopts a Maine accent and jovial tone for the caring lobster boat captain. She's just as convincing as Piper's snooty classmate and the beautiful new teacher whose manner is commanding, rather than princess-like as Piper expects. Gilbert stresses the positive feelings and humor more than the underlying pathos of this story. S.W. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"

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