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Genie With the Light Blue Hair (Inglese) Copertina rigida – feb 1989

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2.0 su 5 stelle Slapstick and joke-led, but not very funny 8 luglio 2014
Di Swank Ivy - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile
I thought this book was kind of disturbing. Mostly because it was about a girl getting unlimited wishes from a genie and she does nothing but screw everything up in ways that I guess are supposed to be funny to the reader. (It actually just irritated me. Characters who don't know what to do with magic so they can be put in slapstick situations always irritate me.) There are a couple explanations for why the magic never seems to give her what she wants--most notably, that the lamp she receives isn't supposed to be for her in the first place--but the genie rambles about weird references I guess little kids are supposed to understand (but probably don't), and the main character (who's goofily named, of course, Jeannie) wishes for generic things like "the perfect man." Word to the wise (which I guess doesn't include Jeannie): don't begin any sentences with the words "I wish" when the genie has been summoned and is listening to you. The book seemed less like a modern fantasy story and more like an excuse for wish-based jokes with terrible consequences.
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3.0 su 5 stelle I can't believe this is out of print! 5 ottobre 2000
Di K. Paynter - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
Out of nostalgia, I am going through, searching for books that particularly stood out from my middle school years...this book was one of them (along with Alfred G. Graebner Memorial High School Handbook of Rules and Regulations, also by Conford, and also out of print - tragedy!). Ellen Conford had such a way of identifying with her readers.
In this book, the protagonist finds a lamp, which of course, when she rubs it, produces a genie that grants her every desire. Or so she thinks. For example, when she wishes for the "perfect man," a guy suddenly pops up in her bedroom, bearing flowers in hand.
So saddened am I by the gradual disappearance of my childhood books such as this that I am going to try to track them all down and buy them for my future children. Other "classics" that are out of print (grrr) are This Time of Darkness by H.M. Hoover and the entire Trixie Belden series. Sniff sniff.
3.0 su 5 stelle An exciting book 12 aprile 2007
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Formato: Copertina flessibile
The Genie With The Light Blue Hair by Ellen Conford is an exciting fantasy book that I would recommend to anyone. At the beginning of the book it's Jeannie's birthday. Her aunt and uncle give her a lamp. When she lights the lamp she is horrified when a genie comes out. The Genie's name is Arthur. Arthur offers to grant her unlimited wishes. But that can lead to problems!

Jeannie is a teenage girl. She doesn't have much of an imagination. Arthur is a blue genie who likes to smoke cigars. When ever the candle of the lamp is lit, he comes out. When you blow the candle out he vanishes. My favorite part of the book is when Jeannie lights the lamp for the first time. She doesn't believe it when a genie comes out.

In conclusion The Genie With The Light Blue Hair is a great book.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Great Book! 22 ottobre 2002
Di TheDad - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
I read this book for the first time probably in third grade, the last time I read it was probably in 6th grade, I'm 18 now and can still remember almost every word, it is definetly one of my favorite books ever