The Wizard, the Fairy, and the Magic Chicken

The Wizard the Fairy and the Magic Chicken The three principal characters compete against one another Then one day they must learn to cooperate

  • Title: The Wizard, the Fairy, and the Magic Chicken
  • Author: Helen Lester
  • ISBN: 9780395479452
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • The three principal characters compete against one another Then one day they must learn to cooperate.

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    853 thoughts on “The Wizard, the Fairy, and the Magic Chicken

    • Great for teaching teamwork. Tells the story of a wizard, a fairy, and a magic chicken who always try to outdo each other. Ultimately they create a bunch of monsters who try to take them down.

    • I think I would like to be friends with Helen Lester. She, apparently, has a sense of humor like mine. The Wizard, the Fairy, and the Magic Chicken argue constantly over who is the greatest in the world (never mind that there might be somebody else out there more powerful than the three of them combined). Their attempts at one-up-manship nearly result in disaster, and they certainly don't learn a lesson. Tip of the Hat to Lynn Munsinger: the Magic Chicken makes some great facial expressions, and [...]

    • I may have had to wait forever to get a copy of this book (the only copy in the library system was checked out to a librarian = no fines for keeping the bookr), but it was worth the wait! It was a cute story about the friendly competition between the Wizard, the Fairy, and the Magic Chicken in order to decide who was the greatest in the world.

    • This was my favorite book as a child so I found it on half and bought it. Re-reading it, the story is fairly simple, but I give it 5 stars for the fact that I still remembered it and remember loving it from when I was 3. Wizard, Fairy, and Magic Chicken? Which young child wouldn't love that?

    • This is a humorous story about three magical characters who are always competing. All of their one-upmanship creates a situation that requires cooperation and teamwork. The narrative is short and entertaining and the illustrations are funny. We enjoyed reading this story together.

    • This was super cute and funny! I loved the magic chicken! The message of the book was to work together and that you can be friends even if you fight sometimes.

    • I love Lynn Munsinger's illustrations! I have almost all of her books. This is a very silly story about 3 friends and competition

    • This book iswell, pure magic. Every now and then I get sick of reading novels, particularly modern novels, as so many of them are unmitigated trash. Why is it so hard to find a good book? Hello? Universe to Earth! Get your story act together!Er I was saying, I get sick of reading novels quite often. When I do, I medicate myself by reading books from my kids' shelves. Picture books, minimal text books, all that sort of thing. It's easier to find quality there, probably because my wife and I buy b [...]

    • The wizard, the fair, and the magic chicken are constantly competing to show who is the best. They keep outdoing each other until their magic creates some scary monsters. The only way to save themselves is to work together as they are not strong enough alone to do so. This tale of three is built on the fairy tale use of the number 3 and the idea in witchcraft that there is power in three. This proves to be the case as three are able to stop the monsters they created. The illustrations are more w [...]

    • A wizard, a fairy, and a magic chicken are each other's best friends -- and each other's biggest competitors. When each one tries to outdo the other by making the scariest monster, the results are so terrifying that they all finally agree on one thing: Run! But defeating the monsters isn't that easy. It will require teamwork, the one skill none of the three has yet mastered. Includes a free downloadable audiobook version.This humorous story about teamwork and one-upmanship is not only fun, but i [...]

    • Great story! The Wizard, the Fairy and the Magic Chicken were jealous of each other and try to outdo each others magical abilities. They make some monsters who scare them and have to work together to scare away the monsters. Even though they argue, they really are good friends.This story has potential for reader's theater or a flannel board. There is such ease to the storytelling and would be really fun to make flannels out of and tell the story that way. I think that might be my next project!

    • There once lived a wizard, a fairy, and a magic chicken. They argued a lot (indeed, they argued through this whole book), but they were very good friends (so the story says). Of course, they keep on arguing even after they learn that trying to outdo each other only results in three scary scary monsters.

    • it is a heart touching story which can teach us how to do teamwork it is better for kids who love reading or sometimes called by the name of bookworm,the wizard the fairy and the magic chicken is our favorite book we love reading this and totally we can read it 10 times a day we love it so much i predict that so many kids would like to read this book such as wonderful collection of book

    • Couldn't resist the title, and the story was fun too. The best part: the chicken's magic wand had a pickle on it.Read for children's lit class in college.

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