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Disney Manga: Fairies- Vidia and the Fairy Crown (Disney Fairies Book 1)

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  • Title: Disney Manga: Fairies- Vidia and the Fairy Crown (Disney Fairies Book 1)
  • Author: Haruhi Kato
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Queen Clarion s crown goes missing on the night of Pixie Hollow s biggest bas, all fingers point to one thief the rude and standoff ish fairy Vidia To keep from being banished from Pixie Hollow forever, Vidia goes on an outrageous hunt for the crown that takes her from one end of Neverland to the other Can she find the crown in time to save Vida s reputation.

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    1. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review!Oh boy, oh boy, this was just too good. I am so glad that I went with my gut instinct and clicked on the read now button. I was at first not sure, I wavered a bit. Why? Because this is about Neverland, about the fairies, and I was worried one particular little bitchy fairy may make an appearance or even have a big appearance. Namely Tinker Hell.Thankfully Tinker Hell apparently doesn't have a lot of appearances in this one, thou [...]


    2. I believe this is one of the mangas or graphic novels I've read that gave me deep realizations. The story might be simple but it still tugged some deep thoughts to ponder on.A heed of warning: my summary might spoil you so you better skip that part.--Vidia and the Fairy Crown is about the Queen losing her crown and another fairy being accused of stealing it. Tinker Bell mentioned Vidia saying that she wants to wreak havoc in the party by getting the crown. But I believe it was just a spunky joke [...]


    3. Central Theme:The most central theme of this manga is understand that an individual is accountable for the words that they say, so watch your words that are chosen. They may come back later to bite you in the rear. It also seems to be about fighting for yourself when you know that you are in the right. These themes are very important, in my opinion, for children to learn. My Feelings:I received this book for free again from NetGalley. I love that I can get some graphic novels this way to review, [...]


    4. Conseguí una copia en netgalley y la verdad es que la he disfrutado.A pesar de mi edad siempre veo todas las pelis de Campanilla (sí lo sé muy fuerte pero así es) así que cuando vi esta historia quise leerla.Debo decir que, como historia de las Fairies, me ha gustado ya que la protagonista es Vidia y me encanta como todo lo contrario que es a Campanilla jajajaja Además me gusta que hayan introducido a muchas hadas nuevas y más originales en la historia^^Lo único que no entiendo es porqu [...]


    5. I would like to thank netgalley and Diamond Book Distributors for the opportunity to read this book.A cute story set in pixie hollow, I love the background information you get on Neverland. I also liked that Vidia was a bit more of a realist then the rest of the fairies.


    6. I really enjoyed this manga. It delved into a suspenseful mystery plot, while also challenging us to interrogate our assumptions about individuals, with strong character development.


    7. I love Disney. Love love love love it. I'm a big fan of their novelizations and manga adaptations as well, so I was really happy to pick this one up. It's a pretty cute book. The artwork isn't my favorite, but it's pretty cute.The story is really simple and a bit lacking in my humble opinion, but I really liked the attention that was paid to the characters. You really got to know them and got a lot of information about them, and got to watch them change over the course of the story. I think it'd [...]


    8. I would like to start by thanking Netgalley, the publishers and Haruji Kato for the opportunity to read this book for an honest reviewI am a massive fan of Tinkerbell, Disney and all things magic and fairy related. So I couldn't pass up the opportunity to read this book. This is a very sweet story of when queen Clarion's crown goes missing. All fingers point to the fast flying fairy Vidia. Who is a little bit of a minx. Vidia is determined to clear her name and so together with Tinkerbell. Goes [...]


    9. I Love Vidia. She's stubborn and independent, but her attitude kind of sucks. This story is a mystery. It covers assuming without fact, falsely accusing others, patience, not giving up, doing the right thing, and giving credit to those who deserve it. I would for sure suggest this story. It was cute, and besides who doesn't love the Disney fairies. This was my first Manga. It was a little awkward getting the hang of it in the beginning but in the end I was able to flow through it easily. I let m [...]


    10. So I guess Disney paid someone to make a manga version of the second book (same title) of the Tales of Pixie Hollow series. Vidia is the protagonist of this book and she's my favorite character in the series, so I had to pick this up from my library. I loved it just as much if not more than the original book. Vidia is one of my favorite characters in general, and one that I relate to, so I enjoyed this on a personal and emotional level, but aside from that it still has merit by being a fast-pace [...]


    11. Disney Fairies is a Manga style graphic novel aimed toward young preteen girls. The characters and topics are age appropriate The fairies look for the queen's missing crown and is full of fairy mishap and adventure. It is awesome to see a Manga graphic novel targeting this demographic. There are no hints at romance, just dress up, parties, and fairy girl friendship. Who will be banished when the crown goes missing? This is a good introduction for reluctant readers to this style of book, and due [...]


    12. Disney Fairies, Vidia and the Fairy Crown by Haruhi Kato. Children's Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels. Fantastic fairy land illustrations with a mystery among the fairies at Pixie Hollow. A new Disney favorite for preteens and young teens. Thanks to NetGalley, Diamond Book Distributors and Tokyopop for providing this ebook for review.


    13. ARC copyI admit it felt weird to read the manga ver. after being familiar with the western art ver. of the tale but it works. Vidia seem to work out as the moody anime anti-hero archetype and Tinkerbell seems just made to adapt to the manga world. So as a manga pick for Disney fans I would say yes.



    14. Decently done adaptation of the chapter book. Still, I prefer the original, if only for the improved character exposition. The artwork here is nicely done and helps to tell the story, but aside from Vidia, we don't really get to know the other characters. In the original version, Prilla and several of the minor characters have a little more personality. Good story, though, and the lessons -- don't jump to conclusions and, essentially, defend your honor -- are clearly taught. And Vidia's still th [...]


    15. This book is about the faeries in Never land that go to have a party but end up cancelling it because Queen Clarions crown goes missing and they blame Vidia. Vidia goes on a quest with Prilla to go find the crown and it turns out that it was just a bunch of unfortunate events. Vidia goes to trial the next day and has all the other people that helped her discover the crown testify to tell the queen what had happened.I liked the art it had a lot of detail. The story could have been more elaborate [...]


    16. **3 Stars**Ok, I picked this up because next to Tink, Vidia is my favorite fairy. However, I was not thrilled with massive character changes and the lack of the other main fairies (Rosetta, Fawn, Silvermist, Dessa). I did find out that this is based off a short chapter book, and knowing that made it easier to deal with the character changes in the manga. I don't think I would have been as receptive in the chapter book. I would read more if they are ever released, but it wouldn't be the first thi [...]


    17. The fairy crown is missing! and the fairys can't have their party until it is found. All the fairys blame it on whom but Vidia! Vidia is a sour fairy who lives all alone. So if Vidia does not find the crown in two days she will be banished from pixie hollow forever. Is Vidia the thief? If not who is?


    18. This was a really cute book. I have never seen a pixie hollow manga before. My only complaint is that I wish there was more Tinkerbell in it. I adore Tinkerbell. I was expecting more since she takes up so much of the cover image. I really thought it was going to be about Vidia and Tinkerbell. Not Vidia and a bunch of random fairies.


    19. I started reading it yesterday and finished it yesterday. This is my second book. It was about Vidia trying to find the real crown and goes on an adventure all over the home tree lokking for it by following everyones foot steps who had touched the crown before it went missing







    20. Disney fairies, anime style? WHAT'S NOT TO LIKE?? This sweet story, based on the mini book by the same title, is perfect starting material for little girls who are interested in manga.


    21. Vidia is thought to have taken the fairy crown. With a little bit of help from Prilla, they go on a mission to learn the truth. This proves the idea of not jumping to conclusions about matters.


    22. I read this book a long time ago, but in a novel format. It was okay. I guess I don't really like manga illustrations that much.


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