Fairy Compass (Fairy Senses #2)

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 53 pages
  • Fairy Compass (Fairy Senses #2)
  • Emily Martha Sorensen
  • English
  • 03 April 2018

10 thoughts on “Fairy Compass (Fairy Senses #2)

  1. says:

    Great fun A girl in a normal busy household finds a small compass at the mall In between coping with her older sister s sulks and her baby sister s tantrums, she sets herself the challenge of learning about magnetism and how the compass can help her to see something nobody else can see While the blue blurs aren t very clear, Daisy is certain that they are fairies I had a good time reading this book and a young reader will enjoy learning quite a lot to learn as it turns out and even an orienteering expedition at the end A copy was sent to me for an unbiased review.

  2. says:

    Fairy CompassFairy Senses 2Emily Martha Sorensen, Apr 201663 pages, ebook, paperbackMiddle grade fantasy I purchased this book at the current price This is my honest review for which I am not being compensated in any way.The cover is simple and attractive as are the others in this series The story is very readable alone or together It s all girls again, so I would think it would appeal to girls than boys, but the concept could appeal to either The characters are well done The main character is, of course, the most in depth character The pace is nice and steady and the tension builds slowly with the story It s a very nice addition to this wonderful series.Here be the reveal In the first book, Cassie found glasses that allowed her to see fairies Once she was aware of the fairies and promised to stay aware and mindful of the fairies, she no longer needed the glasses So what does a compass have to do with seeing fairies Daisy is at the mall with Dad and her two sisters and finds the compass She doesn t understand what a compass is or how it works, but she tucks it in her pocket after noticing blue smudges around the food court as they are leaving These must be fairies The fairies had left this just for her, just like they did Carrie s glasses She gets together with Carrie to share her news and see if Carrie can help her figure out how this compass should work Unfortunately, Carrie doesn t understand compasses either But she s excited for Daisy Together they discover some things about Daisy s abilities, though Daisy can apparently see through walls And she can only see them with her right eye, but not in the dark Apparently what she s seeing is the fairies magnetic fields rather than the fairies themselves.Daisy asks her father about compasses and how they work Using his camping compass, he shows her how one works that really works to show direction But Daisy s compass doesn t work quite that way Daisy s compass doesn t point north Daisy tries to explain that it s a fairy compass This rather upsets her parents, especially her mother, and they take her compass away from her Daisy calls Carrie and her parents to get some support, and they come to the house to talk about the situation Carrie s parents try to convince Daisy s parents to allow Daisy to use her compass, to trust her with it But Daisy s mother isn t budging and won t give it back As they are leaving, Carrie s Mom tells Daisy to try using the magic words that Moms love to hear And Daisy asks what those are She replies, What can I do to help And Daisy is sure things will never get so bad that she will say those words She hates to help around the house.But with her baby sister being who and how she is, things reach that point sooner than she thinks And she finds herself asking What can I do to help She even gets her sister, Aneeka to help, too Of course, Aneeka claims credit for the whole idea when Mom comes home and is pleased to find the livingroom vacuumed and the kitchen cleaned up by the two girls.To reward Daisy, Mom and Dad agree to follow her compass to find out where it points It s getting dark when they finally find the spot and uncover a large silver medal The compass WHOOSHES into the medal leaving an outline of hands on the front that don t move Daisy thinks it s absolutely perfect But when they get back home that evening, Mom makes Daisy hand over the medal for safe keeping She tells Cassie in school the next day that that s okay, because the medal actually keeps the fairies away Without it, the fairies are attracted to her and she sees them all the time Book 3 Fairy EarmuffsRecommended

  3. says:

    This was a great children s story that s appropriate for children ages 7 through 13 or so but a wonderful read for all ages I m rating this book five stars and moving on to the next book as soon as possible.This Book follows Cassie s best friend Daisy One day while at the mall with her father and two sisters Daisy found an old beat up compass She was supposed to turn it into the lost and found but decided not to which was a great decision she figured out afterwards Her found Compass had strange powers to allow her to see the magnetic field of fairies After trying to convince her parents that fairies were real she enlisted the help of Cassie s family.Join the adventure as Daisy tries to figure out what her compass is supposed to lead her to do This is a quick read that will keep you very entertained.

  4. says:

    Treasure hunt in original form The second book in the Fairy senses series did not disappoint at all fast and joyful story, interwoven with experience in parenting and subtle wisdom Daisy finds a compass in the mall and starts to notice the presence of fairies Telling the news to her friend Cassie, she also finds out she could see them through walls Daisy makes her father explain everything about magnetic fields and compasses, doing a little research on her own When her younger sister Shelby breaks the glass on fairy compass, she confesses the truth to her parents, but they don t believe her until Cassie and her parents intervene Daisy is not allowed to use the compass without surveillance, but when she helps to clean the mess after Shelby, her parents agree to go on a treasure hunt with her, in order to find out where the compass points Daisy finds a silver medal on blue ribbon, repelling the fairies or not affecting them, figuring out she is a fairy magnet I loved the realistic description of relationships between siblings and the development in opinions and approaches of the characters I felt for Daisy s parents, trying to raise three girls, explain and give them example of love and compromises I also liked the complex, diverse characters supportive father, decisive mother, selfish and whimsical Aneeka typical teenager , toddler Shelby smashing things and enjoying making a mess, or impatient Daisy, always in the shadow of her sisters, desperate to be unique, even for a little while This short children story speaks much about behavior and acceptance, the power of apology, grace and trust It shows the impact and appreciation of offering much needed help and the commonly known moral if you want to deserve something, you should put your efforts in it.

  5. says:

    Another adorable fairy book for young readers In this second installment of the series, we get to follow Daisy, Cassie s friend who doesn t seem to have a lot going her way Her sisters get all of the attention, her mom is always working, and she doesn t have the cool ability to see fairies like Cassie does But then Daisy finds a compass that doesn t exactly point north When she touches it, she can see blue blurs, pointing her toward the fairies But why Once again, this series is super cute and a great, fast paces that young readers will love I didn t double check that all of the cool facts presented in the story are indeed correct, but there is a lot of academic information about magnets and how compasses work I learned all kinds of cool stuff about birds seeing electromagnetic fields that I d never even heard before and from a children s book, no less There weren t so many fairies in this book, and the ending was a little vague, but I suspect that it is just going to set us up for what is to come in the next book I can t wait

  6. says:

    Daisy is best friends with Cassie She knows Cassie found a pair of special fairy eyeglasses, in the first book of the Fairy Senses series Fairy Eyeglasses , that let her see fairies All she wants is to see them, too One day at the mall she finds a compass When she touches it she sees blue blurs and hopes they are fairies She shares her find with Cassie and they discover she seems to be able to see them through walls, wow x ray fairy vision This is another great installment in the fairy senses series I can t wait to see what else happens to these friends and what other journeys of self discovery they go on LOVE this book and can t wait to read Fairy Earmuffs I was given the opportunity to read Fairy Compass by Emily Martha Sorensen in exchange for an honest review.

  7. says:

    What A Cute Little Book I think this book is perfect for young girls, maybe even some younger boys I would actually like to read The 1st book in the series Fairy Eyeglasses to read about Cassie s glasses, and the next one too, about Amanda s earmuffs This book is about a cute little girl, Daisy, who can see fairies with a magical compass I felt her little sister Shelby was a real brat and her older sister Aneeka was mean to her So I m glad Daisy felt so special when she found the compass and that she found it and not one of her Sisters I received a free review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  8. says:

    Fairy s are everywhere 3 young girls and each have received a gift from them A compass found at the mall and the fun begins Where does it point and what is this gifta magical tale.

  9. says:

    FAIRY COMPASS IS A GREAT BOOK FOR CHILDREN.

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