Ivy and the Meanstalk by Dawn Lairamore

August 24, 2011 at 2:15 pm

Ivy and the MeanstalkSummary: Fourteen-year-old Princess Ivy wants nothing more than to have a little fun in the company of her dragon friend, Elridge, but unless she can recover the magical harp snatched by a thieving youth named Jack long ago, her entire kingdom will suffer an unspeakable fate.

 

                                                                                                                                              Reviews:
This book is filled with fantasy things like dragons and fairies and other things. Ths book is perfect for boys and girls. It’s a mix of girl and boy. It should be called goy or birl book. It’s so interesting I can’t describe it. Dawn really has a great imagination and talent. This book it’s not like any other book I read, and it has that little something that kids want. It’s called imagination. Dawn wrote this book so well that I spend every minute that I can with this book. You have to get it, grab it, and go home and read as much as you can. This was a really great book. My opinion: This is the OPLbery WINNER.-Florencia

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