Tinker Bell: A Fairy Tale - Disney Book Group

Tinker Bell: A Fairy Tale

By Disney Book Group

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-08-09
  • Book Genre: Early Readers
  • Author: Disney Book Group
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 228 Ratings)

Tinker Bell: A Fairy Tale Disney Book Group read online review & book description:

The Fairies of Pixie Hollow are in for some surprises when Tinker Bell decides she wants to learn a new talent. Find out what happens in this reader, which simply retells Disney's direct-to-DVD movie Tinker Bell.

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Posted Reviews

  • Great pictures

    By Toadnuckle
    This book is good for young kids
  • Love this book!

    By Azkkaban
    This is the best fairy book ever! All of us love it! A and S
  • I luv fairy books

    By Fawn123
    I luv them sooooooooooooooooooooo much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Tinker bell

    By Nakyoung
    I love the pixie hollow books.they show action, dialogue, sound, and thoughts and questions.
  • Love me some Tink

    By Blessedmom&wife
    Can't go wrong with Tinkerbell!
  • Depressing

    By Brianlring
    The entire series of Disney iBooks for kids is depressingly awful. The writing is terrible and the moral take-aways are even worse. This Tinker Bell book feels like it was written in a half day by a random freelance copywriter recruited off craigslist - probably one that finished a set of McDonalds print ad coupons the day before. And given my day job, including professional experience with large corporate new media production, I'd bet dollars to doughnuts that this is darn close to the truth. Tinker Bell is somehow endowed with emotional yearnings that come from nowhere and cannot be fulfilled except in the ways dictated to her by others. Her specific talents, or lack thereof, are predetermined and immediately judged. No room whatsoever for concepts such as practice or perseverance or internal compass. And her friend is hugely overweight. If we raise our kids with books like this, the only beneficiaries will be the media food industrial complex. So sad. I know you won't be able to avoid purchasing this book. Great graphics at a terrific price are the lipstick on this evil pig.

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