The Wish List Series

Scholastic Press | ISBN: 978-0545941624

Halfway to Happily Ever After (The Wish List #3)

Coming May 29, 2018 from Scholastic Press!

Happily Ever After? Not so fast!

With two levels of fairy godmother training behind her, Isabelle is actually looking forward to Level Three. But when half the trainees go on strike, regular training seems to go up in sparkles again. But Isabelle’s too close to becoming a real fairy godmother to let her skills get rusty. And when she finds out her first two princesses are unhappy at summer camp, she has to do something! Can Isabelle grant a few wishes without crossing the picket line?

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Scholastic Press | ISBN: 978-0545941594

Keep Calm and Sparkle On! (The Wish List #2)

Now available from Scholastic Press!

Isabelle has finally made it to Level Two of Fairy Godmother Training– but just barely. She’ll really have to step it up if she wants to pass the next challenge.

Level Two of training comes with a twist, however. Isabelle’s newest practice princess isn’t who she expected– and granting the new girl’s wish means making her old princess, Nora, really unhappy.

What’s a godmother to do? Isabelle will need more than a few magic sparkles to make everyone happily ever after this time!

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The Wish List

Scholastic Press | ISBN: 978-0545941518

The Worst Fairy Godmother Ever! (The Wish List #1)

Q: What do you need to become a great fairy godmother?

a) kindness
b) determination
c) gusto
d) all of the above

Fairy-godmother-in-training Isabelle doesn’t know what gusto is, but she’s pretty sure she has what it takes to pass fairy godmother training with flying colors.

But then Isabelle is assigned a practice princess who is not a princess at all. Nora is just a normal girl—a normal girl who doesn’t believe in fairy godmothers or that wishes come true or happily-ever-afters.

Isabelle has to change Nora’s mind about magic and grant a wish for her. If she can’t, Isabelle will flunk training and never become a great fairy godmother!

 

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Reviews

Isabelle’s a smart and likable protagonist, and the third-person narration, refreshingly, assumes readers just like her.

Kirkus