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  1. Exina Exina says:

    The Secret of the Twins is the first book of the Fairy Oak trilogy, for kids age 9 and up The story takes place in a magical village, Fairy Oak, named after a talking oak, where Magicals wizards, witches, fairies and Nonmagicals citizens without the ability of magic live in peace and harmony The story is told by Telli, the fairy nanny of Lavender and Vanilla The girls are twins, born on the same day, but twelve hours apart Twins aren t supposed to inherit magical powers, but their pare The Secret of the Twins is the first book of the Fairy Oak trilogy, for kids age 9 and up The story takes place in a magical village, Fairy Oak, named after a talking oak, where Magicals wizards, witches, fairies and Nonmagicals citizens without the ability of magic live in peace and harmony The story is told by Telli, the fairy nanny of Lavender and Vanilla The girls are twins, born on the same day, but twelve hours apart Twins aren t supposed to inherit magical powers, but their parents and aunt hope that twelve hours make an exception in their case.Years go by, and the hopes begin to fade But finally, the girls reveal their powers But an old enemy appears and threatens the peace of the village Family, friendship, mysteries, magic, mischiefs and gossip make Lavender and Vanilla s life adventurous and exciting in this lovely story


  2. Irina Irina says:

    This book was a staple of my childhood The whole series, really, but this one is the one that triggers the most memories, and a significant part of the love that I have for it can be traced back to those memories and the comfort element of a childhood book rather than to its actual qualities.That being said, it s a damn good book, and reading it now, as an adult, I m evenaware of it than I was as a kid It s a classic story of magic and wishes and fairies and woods and mysterious enemies, This book was a staple of my childhood The whole series, really, but this one is the one that triggers the most memories, and a significant part of the love that I have for it can be traced back to those memories and the comfort element of a childhood book rather than to its actual qualities.That being said, it s a damn good book, and reading it now, as an adult, I m evenaware of it than I was as a kid It s a classic story of magic and wishes and fairies and woods and mysterious enemies, but there s something about it that stands out to me, among all the other magical stories I read as a kid.Every detail, name and image is deliberately quaint and reminiscent of natural elements, scents and visuals and that, as a kid, used to drive me absolutely nuts, in a good way I just loved it So much It was adventurous and playful, but also so deliciously cozy And there s a depth of character and variety of relationships here that kind of surprises me even now It s written like a children s book, with made up magical words and a lot of exclamation marks, but there s something in it that appeals to the grown up reader in me, something about the way it explores its characters just as deeply as its fantastical traits in a way that s perfectly understandable to kids and carries a littleintrigue and emotion for the older ones who can catch it.After I closed this one, I was actually excited to read the sequel For like the fifth time That s what this series does to me.Oh, also, the illustrations are gorgeous


  3. Maria Maria says:

    this still holds up to everything i remember, I m so happy I decided to pick it up for a reread totally gonna read the rest of the series


  4. Ester Ester says:

    Wow


  5. moorina moorina says:

    omg this was horrible.I didn t have any true memory of this book, but I remember I was fond of it, kinda Well it s all gone It s boring, tedious, the characters are plain as an iron mat PLUS gee the ideals This is super sexist With the twins fighting each other for that stupid brat, competing for the man Almost like a boy , which is the best compliment a boy can make Are you fucking kidding me I read this as a kid I didn t think any of it This is so wrong.


  6. Michelle torres ponce Michelle torres ponce says:

    ME ENCANT EL LIBRO LO RECOMIENDO.


  7. María María says:

    Re reading childhood books is priceless


  8. Giorgia Giorgia says:

    rereading one of my childhood favourites


  9. Inia Gwath Inia Gwath says:

    I have a special love for this wonderful book I used to wait every year for the next one to arrive to my country when I was a child I grew up with Vainilla and Pervinca, they were the same age I was while reading it Now, I am almost finishing studying literature in the uni and still, I believe Elisabetta created a work that deserves muchrecognition I am so happy when working as a bookseller, children come with hope they can take home a book that would encourage them to read I, not wit I have a special love for this wonderful book I used to wait every year for the next one to arrive to my country when I was a child I grew up with Vainilla and Pervinca, they were the same age I was while reading it Now, I am almost finishing studying literature in the uni and still, I believe Elisabetta created a work that deserves muchrecognition I am so happy when working as a bookseller, children come with hope they can take home a book that would encourage them to read I, not without joy, talk to them about Fairy Oak, the landscapes, the smelles, the inhabitants and encourage them to visit it by reading it Is so much the joy when they do not only take the book but come back telling me some of their adventures The book has beautiful illustrations that makes it muchinteresting to read, specifically for children who don t like to, it makes it very attractive


  10. Iris Iris says:

    To this day, no book series has been able to give me the content and happiness Fairy Oak has brought me I believe it is one of the sweetest book series ever written I love the universe that is built, the characters, the way it is written, everything about it makes me truly happy This first book allows us to get to know all of our characters, not all of them Witches or Wizards and I love that human kids also help our protagonists in ways they can, it s lovely and we get a glimpse of the terro To this day, no book series has been able to give me the content and happiness Fairy Oak has brought me I believe it is one of the sweetest book series ever written I love the universe that is built, the characters, the way it is written, everything about it makes me truly happy This first book allows us to get to know all of our characters, not all of them Witches or Wizards and I love that human kids also help our protagonists in ways they can, it s lovely and we get a glimpse of the terror that is to come to Fairy Oak We get a sense of the bond that exist between Vanilla and Pervinca and see their different powers develop in the same household It is a great introduction to everything that happens along the story


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Il segreto delle gemelle. Fairy Oak Fairy Oak un villaggio magico e antico, nascosto fra le pieghe di un tempo immortale A volerlo cercare, bisognerebbe viaggiare fra gli altopiani scozzesi e le scogliere Normanne, in una valle fiorita della Bretagna, fra i verdi prati irlandesi e le baie dell oceano Il villaggio abitato da creature magiche ed esseri umani, ma difficile distinguere gli uni dagli altri Infatti, fate, maghi, streghe e cittadini comuni abitano quelle case di pietra da tanto di quel tempo che ormai nessuno fa pi caso alle reciproche stranezze E dopo tanto tempo, tutti si somigliano un po A parte le fate, che sono molto, molto piccole e luminose e volano I maghi e le streghe della valle le chiamano per badare ai piccoli del villaggio I libri della Quercia sono realizzati nel massimo rispetto dell ambiente in carta interamente riciclata secondo gli standard del Forest Stewardship Council Et di lettura daanni

  • Hardcover
  • 277 pages
  • Il segreto delle gemelle. Fairy Oak
  • Elisabetta Gnone
  • Italian
  • 16 April 2018
  • 8841862262

About the Author: Elisabetta Gnone

Elisabetta Gnone is an Italian writer In April 2001, she co created the Italian comic magazine W.I.T.C.H with Alessandro Barbucci and Barbara Canepa The publication was later made into the television series of the same name Gnone also wrote the children s trilogy Fairy Oak Il segreto delle gemelle The Secret of the Twins , L incanto del buio The Spell of Darkness , and Il potere della luce The Power of Light She expanded the Fairy Oak Universe with fourbooks, The four mysteries Captain Grisam s love , Shirley s wizarding days , Flox smiles in autumn , and Good bye Fairy Oak information taken from wikipedia.com