No Flying in the House

No Flying in the House

Book - 2005
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A tiny talking dog arrives at the home of the rich Mrs. Vancourt and asks shelter for herself and her companion, a little girl
Publisher: New York : HarperTrophy, 2005
Edition: Rev. Harper Trophy ed
ISBN: 9780064401302
0064401308
Branch Call Number: JF Broc (paper)
Characteristics: 139 p. : ill. ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Tripp, Wallace - Illustrator

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Erika_50
Nov 20, 2017

Erika_50 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 3 and 11

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Erika_50
Nov 20, 2017

This is such a sweet story! I quite enjoyed reading it.

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Erika_50
Nov 20, 2017

One day Mrs. Vancourt finds a little 3 year old girl and a tiny talking dog on her porch. The dog, Gloria, can do up to 367 tricks, so Mrs. Vancourt agrees to keep the girl, Annabel, if Gloria will perform for Mrs. Vancourt's guests.
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Gloria always told Annabel that her parents will one day return. What Annabel doesn't know is that she is actually a fairy, and in order to free her parents from exile on a far-away island, Annabel has to choose to be mortal for the rest of her life over being a fairy, before she reaches the age of 7. Meanwhile there are also strange things going on with an enameled gold cat with sapphire eyes that Mrs. Vancourt's son broke before he ran away, long ago. Annabel once met this cat (who is actually an evil fairy) and it is through this fairy/cat (Belinda) that she comes to know the truth about herself.

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