The Last Fairy-Apple Tree

Emily Rodda Raoul Vitale

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The Last Fairy-Apple Tree

The Last Fairy Apple Tree Enter the Realm of WonderJessie s had amazing adventures in the magical Realm She s flown with the flower fairies and swum with the mermaids Now Jessie s grandmother senses something wrong in the Real

  • Title: The Last Fairy-Apple Tree
  • Author: Emily Rodda Raoul Vitale
  • ISBN: 9780060095925
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Enter the Realm of WonderJessie s had amazing adventures in the magical Realm She s flown with the flower fairies and swum with the mermaids Now Jessie s grandmother senses something wrong in the Realm The gnomes that grow the fairy apple trees in the Hidden Valley are in trouble, and not even the Queen can help them Jessie and her friends must travel to the Hidden VEnter the Realm of WonderJessie s had amazing adventures in the magical Realm She s flown with the flower fairies and swum with the mermaids Now Jessie s grandmother senses something wrong in the Realm The gnomes that grow the fairy apple trees in the Hidden Valley are in trouble, and not even the Queen can help them Jessie and her friends must travel to the Hidden Valley to find out what s wrong and help the gnomes.Along the way, they travel through secret passages to a wild part of the Realm and meet the storytelling furry bears of Brill.

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    One thought on “The Last Fairy-Apple Tree

    1. *Jinglemarco - Маркуша - Мишутка (Nursery rhymes enthusiast)* on said:

      This is the best in the series! A really cute tiny story. I love bears and the furrybears in this one weren't an exception, and I really like apples and pies! :)

    2. Dawnetta on said:

      My girls love these books. These a great beginner fantasy books, which I even enjoy reading. The plots are simple yet exciting and diverse. These are a good read.

    3. Gretchen Ingram on said:

      I think it's funny how the problems of fairyland are most often solved by an application of common sense.

    4. McKenzie on said:

      i liked this book a lot. it's probably one of the best books in this series. it had some funny moments. only because of the dwarf.

    5. Sarah Eagle on said:

      Compared to Emily Rodda's other series, between all the Deltora books and the Rowan of Rin books, these are incredibly juvenile. But moments of her brilliance shine through. The plot is usually tight, the way in which Jessie solves the conflict is always the same kind of cleverness each time, but the solution is never the same. The books don't feel like a cheap repeat of previous installments, at least so far.I'm impressed with this little series.

    6. Bunyip on said:

      These books are so sweet, how can I not come back for them? They're candy.

    7. Alana on said:

      This series is really cute, I think it would have made a good miniseries

    8. Sarah Crawford on said:

      This is another in the Fairy Realm series. The story is more message-oriented than the others so far, though, as it concerns major topics like greed and damage to the ecology.The gnomes have been selling the fairy-apples that grown in their valley, but they let their greed for gold get the best of them and, as a result, the fairy-apples all die off and their land ends up looking horrible.One goes to the human world to try and find another tree, but is turned to stone. Jesse and her grandmother f [...]

    9. Edwina on said:

      Well honestly, this was probably the only book I wanted to read as a child. Although I can't remember much what happened in the book, I loved exploring the world of fantasy along with the character; Jessie. I swear that this book probably changed my life in the process of be becoming a writer as I am now, and I love reading fantasy books because I get to expand my imagination as a reader and a writer. Honestly, I have been trying to find my copy of this book, at home which I had gotten as a youn [...]

    10. Reagan on said:

      Jessie's grandmother sensed trouble in the realm. When she got there she went to the hidden valley. Soon she heard that the gnomes who worked there couldn't grow fairy apple trees and even the queen couldn't help them. So Jessie tried to help them.She got an idea because when she saw all the crumbs in a gnomes long beard she thought he could shake all the seeds and crumbs out of his beard and then fairy apple trees would grow. That's just what they did. The queen was so very happy to hear this n [...]

    11. Kathryn on said:

      Aahhh! I read these when I was TINY!! I'd completely forgotten abut them but after reading the synopsis it's all coming back - the first book came with a charm-bracelet and each one after that had a charm(when I was a bit older I read the Deltora Quest and Rowan of Rin series - didn't realise that they were by the same author!)

    12. Jenna on said:

      I would give this book (and the rest of the series) two or three stars. It is a really good book, for younger kids (7-9). For me, I enjoyed it when I was younger, but now, it wasting. Totally great series for young girls. Pretty easy read too.

    13. Abbie on said:

      It was interesting how the fairy apple trees die and so the gnomes chopped down the trunks and forget to plant the seeds from the trees. So Jessie tells Bilbert to brush his beard because it is always dirty and seeds come tumbling out. Then trees grow from the seeds!

    14. Makenzie on said:

      This book was just a fun book to read and it was so funny it made me laugh!!

    15. Natalie on said:

      These are really cute. I might give in and buy them since Sam likes them so much and I have to put them on hold at the library (our library doesn't have all of them).

    16. Max on said:

      i don't really remember, but i know i loved these when i was very young.

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