The Wishing Well: Another Weaver Tale

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The Wishing Well: Another Weaver Tale

The Wishing Well Another Weaver Tale Molly Minstrel is treated worse than Cinderella by her mom and sisters When Molly meets the magical creature Unwanted she wishes her problems away However you must first understand what you need be

  • Title: The Wishing Well: Another Weaver Tale
  • Author: Kai Strand
  • ISBN: 9781616333027
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • Molly Minstrel is treated worse than Cinderella by her mom and sisters When Molly meets the magical creature, Unwanted, she wishes her problems away However, you must first understand what you need before knowing what to ask for Molly will have to look within for the solution to her troubles.

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    1. Mymcbooks on said:

      My Review: Meet modern day Cinderella, Molly. She is the youngest of three sisters. Her mother Gert and her sisters Hannah and Eva treat her as if she is their maid. She is made to do her chores twice and treated as an outsider.While out and about with her friend Riddle, Molly came across an ugly blue creature from the stories she has heard known as Unwanted. Before Molly could ask Unwanted any question, they are interrupted by the other children and he disappears. Molly told her friend Riddle t [...]

    2. Patricia Kemp Blackmon on said:

      Does this sound like a cinderella story? Well there is no Fairy God-Mother but there is the UNWANTED, he is blue and looks kinda like an elf/troll and he does grant wishes under special circumstances.Do you think the UNWANTED could grant Molly a wish? Would this solve her problems? What would her wish be if she could find him?The characters of Weaver Tale are known for the tales they weave. Will Molly weave a tale?It was a nice turn that Molly's sister Eva took an interest in Molly and the way s [...]

    3. ACS Book-finder on said:

      "The Wishing Well" is the second book in a series of books about the people in the village of The Wales written by Kai Strand. The storyline is built on the Cinderella premise and will probably be more enjoyable to girls than boys. Molly Minstrel is an 11-year old girl who is a servant in her own home. Just like Cinderella, Molly has to do all the chores and is constantly told she has done nothing right by her mother Greta and her two older sisters, Eva & Hannah. The only "chore" that Greta, [...]

    4. Penelope Cole on said:

      The Wishing Well, Another Weaver Tale, by Kai Strand, with cover art by K.C. Snider, is the second in the Weaver Chapbook series for ‘tweens about folks in the town of The Tales who are “word weavers.” At the drop of a hat, or when asked, each person can weave tales, stories, riddles, poems, or fables to entertain and instruct. Their last names - and sometimes their first names - are word-related as well. The story is compelling from the first page and keeps your interest throughout -- I c [...]

    5. Wayne Walker on said:

      If you could be granted one wish, what would you ask for? Eleven-year-old Molly Minstrel lives a Cinderella-like existence in the town of The Tales with her mother Gert and two older sisters Eva and Hannah, who all treat her very badly as if she were a slave. Molly’s father died when she was only a small child. The older girls are interested only in chasing boys such as Vincent Chronicler or William Termsmith, and their mother seems intent on finding them husbands, even if one is the old, fat, [...]

    6. Beverly McClure on said:

      THE WISHING WELL, ANOTHER WEAVER TALE (Review)By Kai StrandOne of my favorite stories when I was younger (and even today) is the tale of Cinderella and her two despicable sisters. I love how in the end Cinderella wins the love of the handsome prince, while her sisters and stepmother get what I feel like they deserved.Author Kai Strand’s novel, THE WISHING WELL, ANOTHER WEAVER TALE, written for middle grade/tween readers, tells the story of a girl named Molly and her two sisters, Hannah and Eva [...]

    7. Rhonda on said:

      4 STARSI had won this book from Kathy at I Am A Reader, Not A Writer blog last October 2012. I just finished reading it. I had not read any of Kai Strand books before. This was good and different twist on a Cinderella type story. It is aimed at readers 8-12 years old.It has lots of poems or tales in the story itself. It is a enjoyable story and has a lot of good lessons in it. I was most impressed with Molly's good friend Riddle.Molly is the youngest of three girls. She is treated like a Cindere [...]

    8. Cynthia on said:

      As it states, it is written for a tween reader. Well done work kept within the appropriate reading level. A wonderful rendition of a classic tale.

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