Snow White Lucks Out
By Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams
Hi! Do you believe in lucky charms? Well, Snow White certainly does! A day never goes by where Snow White doesn’t have a lucky charm on her.
One year, a new boy came to the Academy. His name was Prince Prince. Snow White was in love with Prince Prince from the first moment that she saw him. And he liked her, too. Snow and her friends had been hunting down a treasure on their treasure map. But, unfortunately, the bad side, E.V.I.L., was looking for the map, too. So they had to come up with some way to use the map, but hide it from anybody else at the same time.
So one day, in knitting class, Snow started knitting without thinking. (That’s what she does sometimes. Just like sometimes you may sing without thinking or dance without thinking – your body just moves without even thinking about it.) Well, Snow could knit without thinking. It turned out that she was knitting a piece of the map that they were following. Suddenly an idea came to her – she could use the map for the enemy because it looked almost exactly like the map they had made. But there was one problem - she was using invisible thread, so nobody could see it until she was done with it. And another problem was the real map had magical x’s on it that followed the treasure if someone moved it. The map that Snow was knitting didn’t have that. She would have to find some way to put the spell on it that made it magic. If she could find some way to magic it, it was supposed to send the E.V.I.L. on a wild goose chase, looking for a treasure that was not there.
Later, when she goes to her mom’s class, they are looking at magic mirrors to see what their future is. Snow’s future is that she won’t go to the ball. (There is a big ball coming up in honor of the new prince, Prince Prince.) Snow is really pumped about going to the ball. But the mirror says she won’t go. Why won’t she go?
What will happen? Will Snow be able to get the fake map to the evil queen and have it made magical in time? Or will the evil queen use her crystal ball to find the real map? And what is the mysterious reason that stops her from going to Prince Prince’s ball? As I always say, read the book to find out!
I recommend this book to readers who love magic and adventure. This was an amazing story that will be loved by those who liked my last review of Rapunzel Cuts Loose. This is the book that comes right before that book.
A few helpful things I like to say about the books I read:
“Run and Get Mom” (how I describe the scariness factor):
Zero. None. Nada.
“Yucky-Lovey Stuff” (how I describe the romance factor):
There was a bit of yucky-lovey stuff, but not much.
I give this book 4 ½ wands.
I loved this book! It was an amazing story. I wish it could have been longer. It just gave a small amount of details. I think it should have given a few more details to help me better understand what the book was about.