The Fairy's Mistake

The Fairy's Mistake

Gail Carson Levine Mark Elliott / Jul 21, 2019

The Fairy s Mistake Two very different sisters have two very different encounters with the fairy Ethelinda Rosella is kind and helpful Her reward Jewels and gems tumble out of her mouth whenever she speaks Myrtle is rude

  • Title: The Fairy's Mistake
  • Author: Gail Carson Levine Mark Elliott
  • ISBN: 9780060280604
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Two very different sisters have two very different encounters with the fairy Ethelinda Rosella is kind and helpful Her reward Jewels and gems tumble out of her mouth whenever she speaks Myrtle is rude and spiteful Her punishment Bugs and vipers slither out of her mouth The fairy Ethelinda feels she s meted out justice just right until she discovers Rosella has beenTwo very different sisters have two very different encounters with the fairy Ethelinda Rosella is kind and helpful Her reward Jewels and gems tumble out of her mouth whenever she speaks Myrtle is rude and spiteful Her punishment Bugs and vipers slither out of her mouth The fairy Ethelinda feels she s meted out justice just right until she discovers Rosella has been locked up by a greedy prince and Myrtle is having the time of her life

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      • Gail Carson Levine Mark Elliott

        Just letting you all know I m only going to review books I love There s enough negative criticism without me piling on A book is too hard to write.Gail Carson Levine grew up in New York City and began writing seriously in 1987 Her first book for children, Ella Enchanted, was a 1998 Newbery Honor Book Levine s other books include Fairest Dave at Night, an ALA Notable Book and Best Book for Young Adults The Wish The Two Princesses of Bamarre and the six Princess Tales books She is also the author of the nonfiction book Writing Magic Creating Stories That Fly and the picture book Betsy Who Cried Wolf, illustrated by Scott Nash Gail, her husband, David, and their Airedale, Baxter, live in a 1790 farmhouse in the Hudson River Valley of New York State.


    1. WrensReads Review:Do you like retelling of fairytales? Gail Carson Levine is the author for you. She is witty, and pokes fun at fairytales all the while making you love the story even more.“Once upon a time, in the village of Snettering-on-Snoakes in the kingdom of Biddle, Rosella fetched water from the well for the four thousand and eighty-eighth time.” – The Fairy’s Mistake by Gail Carson LevineJust by the first paragraph, you can grasp the humor Levine puts in her words. In The Fairy [...]

    2. Rosella is sent to get some water and when she gets to the well, she finds an old woman there. The woman asks her for a drink, and Rosella, the kind person she is, gives her a drink of water.This old woman, however, was really a fairy in disguise and she rewards Rosella for her kindness.When Rosella speaks, gems fall from her mouth. And when her mother finds out, she sends Rosella's twin, Myrtle to the well to give the old woman water, but instead she finds a knight and refuses to give him a dri [...]

    3. "The Fairy's Mistake" is a play on "Toads and Diamonds" a story from Perrault about gifts given by a witch to two sisters, one kind and the other unkind. Ethelinda is horrified to discover that her fairy blessing on the kind Rosella, that jewels fall from her mouth when she speaks, is being exploited by her greedy new husband, Prince Harold. Her curse on Rosella's sister, Myrtle, who drops slimy and creepy things from her mouth when she speaks, is also going awry; Myrtle uses this to get whateve [...]

    4. I bought this book thinking it would be just as incredible as Ella Enchanted, but it isn't. In the author's defense, it does say ages 7-12, so that explains a whole lot. It read as a children's book, because it was intended as one. I like the retelling of Mother Hulda (or as the Dutch know it 'Vrouw Holle), because it doesn't end after the reward and the punishment. The fairy realises she has made a mistake *cough cough* title *cough cough*, and has to find a way to fix it.I think I would have l [...]

    5. This was a cute story, a good read-aloud for my girls, ages three and five. I'm still pretty grossed out by things coming out of their mouths when they talked, especially bugs and snakes and ick! It's just not at all practical and I imagine (since none of this is real--I know!) that it gets old pretty fast. And I wish there was some explanation, even if it made no sense at all, of why Ethelinda didn't just take the gift and curse away. Even just saying it was against fairy rules would have been [...]

    6. This is another in GCL's delightful anthology of fairy tales about the Kingdom of Biddle. This time two sisters - twins on the outside but with temperaments different as night & day - are rewarded by the fairy Ethelinda for their characteristic choices. But Ethelinda's spells backfire and the rewarded sister is miserable while the cursed sister is triumphant. Will the fairy be able to right the wrongs before it's too late?Plot: BWriting: AVocabulary: BLevel: EasyWorldview: Moral Therapeutic [...]

    7. The illustrations are sublime. Some plot points are problematic ((view spoiler)[the prince stealing from the princess even after they are "happily" together? (hide spoiler)]) and while this is overall cute, it does not stand the test of time.

    8. This book is part of a series titled The Princess Tales. Each book is a retelling of a fairy tale. This is a short, sweet book with an interesting twist. Rosella and her twin sister Myrtle are bespelled by a fairy. Each time they talk something comes out of their mouths - for Rosella it's jewels and for Myrtle it's creepy crawlies. What happens is an interesting journey for all three parties (the fairy included). All of the books in the series are just as interesting. I expect them to replace th [...]

    9. Quite a clever retelling of this fairy tale. I did like how the reward turned into a punishment and the punishment, but I must admit to a niggling feeling that all was not set right. The heroine was still married to a prince who didn't love her and her wicked sister was still able to blackmail everyone into doing her wishes, so the fairy tale ending was lacking. Perhaps that was yet another way to tell us that fairy tales are rather imperfect when they are real, but I felt disappointed by it.

    10. 5 Stars!This was a really cute made up story. I like it was different from the original stories. It thought that this was not age appropriate for me because it is more like a children's stories. I did really think it would be more like a children's story. It still was a good book and I liked the writing.

    11. Loved this one, the first in a series of charming retellings of classic fairy tales.Remember the two sisters, one mean and one good, who go to the well and come backwith various things dropping from their mouths when they speak? A clever twist here!

    12. Very much a book for children - a very short, humorous story which I'm sure is based on an old fairy-tale but I'm not sure which one.

    13. I now remember reading this when I was eight!I was always likewhat was that book with the good princess that actually got hurt because of gems spewing from her mouth? Well. Now I know.:)

    14. They are in a village where the price and a poor family with a daughter lives. The daughter has diamonds that fall out of her mouth. Just because of a fairy godmother. So the prince and the girl are getting married. All because she has diamonds that fall out of her mouth. They where going to wait until the were ready to announce that they were getting married.Lorelei is a little girl whom is getting married to a prince. Lorelei lives in a small house with siblings. She has a twin sister. Lorelei [...]

    15. For a complete review, check out my Young Adult book blog:readsandroses/2017/10/16/When a fairy gifts Rosella jewels falling from her mouth when she speaks, she doesn’t realize how problematic it will turn out to be. People begin taking advantage of her, especially greedy Prince Harold, forcing her to speak all the time, simply because of the wealth flowing from her lips. In The Fairy’s Mistake, Rosella must find a way to make this gift a blessing, rather than a curse, for the rest of her li [...]

    16. Not bad for a quick read tailored to young readers. The main character, Rosella, is about the only likable character in it however. The prince and his entire palace are full of selfish morons, her mother and sister are both conniving creatures that never truly get their just punishments, and Ethelinda is an incompetent bungler. So, I guess what I'm saying is that this is the most realistic fairy-tale I've ever read. 3/5.

    17. I have to give this five stars, because I know that child me would never forgive me for giving it anything less. Rereading it as an adult was a fun experience, I remember thinking "This is the greatest thing, there's no way I'll ever find another book series this great." I was wrong of course, but I can say that she really contributed to my interest and love in Princess and fairy fantasy books.

    18. This was a quick easy read and a perfect little fairy tale. Although the jacket said it was a retelling of a fairy tale, I didn't recognize the tale. The tale was funny with an unexpected little twist that made it entertaining.

    19. Quick easy fairy tale retelling for young readers. I'm not a fan of the prince or really the whole resolution of the story, but it did make me chuckle a few times.

    20. A good story and much humour. Gail Carson Levine manages to capture the tone of fairy tales and spin it slightly. Had me laughing out loud.

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