Title of book: Nina the Birthday Cake Fairy
Author of the book: Daisy Meadows
Where does it take place?
- Human world
- Candy castle
- Kirsty Tate: She is friends with the fairies. It is also her birthday.
- Rachel Walker: She is friends with the fairies too and Kirsty’s friend.
- Mrs. Tate: She is Kirsty’s mother.
- Mr. Tate: He is Kirsty’s father
- Jack Frost: He takes the fairies’ magic object.
- Aunt Harri: She gives sweets to Kirsty and Rachel every time she visit them.
- Kirsty’s friends in school: They helped the surprise for Kirsty’s birthday.
- Nina the Birthday Fairy: She has a magic bracelet so the birthday cakes don’t get ruined.
What happened in the book?
“What would you like about your birthday Kirsty?” said Kirsty Tate’s parents. “I can’t choose,” said Kirsty. Kirsty’s friend Rachel Walker was staying at Kirsty’s house for a while. “There is a surprise for you Kirsty,” said her parents. Kirsty hold Rachel’s hand and ran to her house. Her parent followed them. Kirsty opened the door and her friends at school and Aunt Harri shouted SURPRISE! “It’s time for the cake!” said Aunt Harri. When they went in the kitchen and open the lid of the cake box. It was gone! “I don’t understand.” said Aunt Harri. The other kids played musical chair. Aunt Harri came to them. Kirsty was worried. She looked in the box.
It was Nina the Birthday Cake Fairy! She has a magic bracelet but now Jack Frost have it, the birthday cakes are ruined.
Nina turned them into fairies and went to Jack Frost’s candy castle. They saw him in the castle. When they went in they saw him wearing the bracelet. They started to think of a plan. They saw some goblins outside then they started to eat the castle. Jack Frost saw them and he started to run to them and the fairies went away and Jack Frost fell out of the window. Rachel got the bracelet and now all the birthday cakes are saved. Nina turned Kirsty and Rachel back to the human world and they enjoyed the party.
How did the story end?
Nina turned Kirsty and Rachel back to humans and went back to human world and enjoyed the party.
What did you learned about the book?
To enjoy birthday parties.
It was easy to read. The book was great because they saved Kirsty’s birthday.