With their new book of Fairy Magic, best friends Pish and Posh are ready to be fairies. Fairies need wings, and in order to get their wings they must make a wise wish. Wishing wisely is not so easy, especially when two friends sometimes have trouble seeing eye to eye. Thankfully, with a little help from the Monster Under the Bed, Pish and Posh are reminded that cooperation can bring rewards.
The second book about this funny pair is filled with more magic!
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Barbara Bottner is the author of many favorites for young readers, including Rosa's Room, illustrated by Beth Spiegel; the ever-popular Bootsie Barker Bites, illustrated by Peggy Rathmann; and Bootsie Barker Ballerina, also an I Can Read Book, illustrated by G. Brian Karas. Together with her husband, Gerald Kruglik, Ms. Bottner has authored the award-winning picture book Wallace's Lists, illustrated by Olof LandstrÖm, and the I Can Read Book Pish and Posh, which she illustrated.From Booklist:
Pish, who likes things just right, disapproves of Posh's slapdash ways. "If you listened, you would not lose things, or burn toast," scolds Pish, who goes on to declare, "I wish you would listen to me!" Then the Monster Under the Bed (MUB) intervenes, warning Pish and Posh to be careful what they wish for. The brightly colored artwork presents Posh as a kid and Pish as a big sister or mom (it's not entirely clear which). New readers will enjoy the yelling standoffs as much as the turnarounds, when the child does what she is told and it doesn't work out, and the characters' reconciliation is fun, too: the older character learns not to be so bossy, and the younger one gets them both fairy wings. An I Can Read! selection. Hazel Rochman
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