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Gwyneth Rees: The Magic Princess Dress

When Ava enters Marietta’s dress shop on the hunt for her missing cat, she has no idea how magical it will be– but before she knows it, she’s trying on a beautiful Princess Bridesmaid dress, only to be whisked away to Fairytale Land – where Cinderella is about to get married, and her Fairy Godmother is about to turn Ava’s cat into something a lot less cute and fluffy.

Really funny and enjoyable book to read, it was jolly, dramatic and really fun to read. It was super adventurous. I really liked Ava, she tells it how it is and feels very normal in what is very definitely not a normal situation. I also liked the way there were parallels between her life and Cinderella’s story and the stories of other characters all blended well and drew out

different threads from the story we all know so well. There was a good balance in the issues faced by Ava in both her real life and the magical world. There is plenty of humor too and plenty to keep you turning the pages.

Any girl who has loved princesses and fairy tales will enjoy the twists and turns of this well- crafted story. The story is left open for sequels but I haven’t discovered any. I hope there are more as this was a highly entertaining and clever read. I would definitely recommend this book to my friends and it is the perfect book if you are looking for something light to read. This book is suitable for children above the age of 9.

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