It is Lily's big day...her dream of earning her wings to attend Amelia's Angel Academy may just come true.
But who has hidden her practice wings?
And will Lily be able to find them in time to take the test?
Be charmed by Lily, the littlest angel.
Lily is the littlest angel at Amelia's Angel Academy and is ready to sit the test to earn her learner wings and stay at the academy. Of course things aren't going to be so easy with her practice wings having disappeared!
This is a very sweet book for the younger reader. We read this a chapter a night to Miss 4.75 and even she enjoyed it a lot. In a way Lily reminded me a little of an Anne of Green Gable type character, a loveable girl with a habit of getting into scrapes but a heart of gold. Really that is what this story is, the reader follows the little Lily though a series of mishaps and mistakes until things work out.
I also really love that there are lessons to be learned from the story for the young readers: be true to yourself, be honest and that is what will take you far. I wouldn't hesitate in getting more of these in the series for Miss 4.75.
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