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With a pretty, sparkly cover and a half vampire/half fairy main character, this is a really fun, first chapter book for children. Isadora Moon Goes to the Ballet is one of a series featuring Isadora, her parents, baby sister and her toy, Pink Rabbit, which was ‘magicked’ into life.
Isadora Moon loves practising her ballet and she is so excited when her class are going on a school trip to see a ballet show. The problem is that the teacher asks for some parents to volunteer to accompany the children and Isadora’s mother and father are happy to come. With Count Bartholomew Moon having to stay awake in the daytime and mum being a bit too happy to wave her wand around, what on earth will happen? Then, to make things even worse, Isadora loses Pink Rabbit…
Of course, everything works out fine and there is a lot of humour along the way. I love Isadora Moon and her family. Her pink and frothy mother, her mother the Count, always doing his hair (vampires are very particular about their hair) and doing some wonderful, flying acrobatics. A great story and a wonderful addition to an enjoyable series. There are lots of illustrations and the stories are sure to appeal to little girls – with Isadora Moon having a birthday party, going camping and going to school in other books in the series.
Isadora Moon loves being half vampire and half fairy. Her fairy mother changed her beloved Pink Rabbit into a living creature and he never leaves her side. Isadora's father is a friendly vampire. They are a unique family and therefore Isadora goes to a school where the children are also unique, a school for humans. The school has planned a wonderful outing, Isadora and Pink Rabbit love ballet. When they are going on a school trip to a show with Isadora's idol as the lead she's over the moon. However, when she's there she loses Pink Rabbit and might miss the performance. Will she be able to save the day?
Isadora Moon Goes to the Ballet is another wonderful story about the adorable Isadora Moon. Isadora is sweet with quite a bit of spunk and she has the most brilliant ideas. I absolutely love reading about her adventures. They're sweet and surprising and they always make me smile. I love how Harriet Muncaster writes about a main character that will melt every reader's heart. Isadora Moon is completely herself and she's such a happy go lucky character that every word is a joy to read.
Harriet Muncaster combines fabulous stories with beautiful drawings. The Isadora Moon stories are so much fun to look at and they are perfect to read over and over again. Most children will fall in love with her endearing personality and her funky parents. I love the world building together with the kindness and positivity behind the stories, it's a perfect combination. The cute pink and black colors are the ideal finishing touch. The Isadora Moon books are absolute must-reads for anyone who loves a creative story.
My daughter loves the Isadora Moon books. I ordered one for her on Amazon because our bookstore had a very limited stock. When it came she was so excited she shrieked and turned off her video game and ran upstairs to her room where she read for the rest of the night. She is 7. Highly recommend these books.