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It's not fair! Just as they were settling in at Pixie Hollow, Kate, Mia, Lainey and Gabby have to go home! Tinker Bell says no kids have ever come back to Never Land, but Lainey refuses to believe it. Will she never get to ride a deer through the woods again? And how can she learn the languages of animals away from the fairies? Even when the girls leave Never Land, its magi It's not fair! Just as they were settling in at Pixie Hollow, Kate, Mia, Lainey and Gabby have to go home! Tinker Bell says no kids have ever come back to Never Land, but Lainey refuses to believe it. Will she never get to ride a deer through the woods again? And how can she learn the languages of animals away from the fairies? Even when the girls leave Never Land, its magic seems to follow them. That mouse in Lainey's kitchen -she's sure it was one of the fairies' dairy mice! Is there some king of splinter between the worlds?


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It's not fair! Just as they were settling in at Pixie Hollow, Kate, Mia, Lainey and Gabby have to go home! Tinker Bell says no kids have ever come back to Never Land, but Lainey refuses to believe it. Will she never get to ride a deer through the woods again? And how can she learn the languages of animals away from the fairies? Even when the girls leave Never Land, its magi It's not fair! Just as they were settling in at Pixie Hollow, Kate, Mia, Lainey and Gabby have to go home! Tinker Bell says no kids have ever come back to Never Land, but Lainey refuses to believe it. Will she never get to ride a deer through the woods again? And how can she learn the languages of animals away from the fairies? Even when the girls leave Never Land, its magic seems to follow them. That mouse in Lainey's kitchen -she's sure it was one of the fairies' dairy mice! Is there some king of splinter between the worlds?

30 review for The Space Between

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kaija Bullock

    Finished this in one night!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey

    These cute little girls and these cute little fairies! Love!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Leila Gookins

    I love this book it is a fun fantasy about fairies and clumsies,(people from the mainland which mainland is also known as earth,. This is a good book and a nice quick read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laura-Lynne Smith

    This series is a nice break from the more serious books I usually read. The characters are enjoyable & there’s a nice combination of classic Disney Peter Pan characters and references mixed with regular little girls who stumble into Neverland. Lovely!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bev Walkling

    I picked up a copy of this at a second hand store thinking it might be of interest to my granddaughter and thought that I should read it before sending it to her. It is book two in a series but I found it easy to pick up the story without having read book one. It describes the experience of four young female friends who having found themselves in a Never Land with the fairies, suddenly have to return to their homes not knowing if they will ever be able to get back with their fairy friends. Littl I picked up a copy of this at a second hand store thinking it might be of interest to my granddaughter and thought that I should read it before sending it to her. It is book two in a series but I found it easy to pick up the story without having read book one. It describes the experience of four young female friends who having found themselves in a Never Land with the fairies, suddenly have to return to their homes not knowing if they will ever be able to get back with their fairy friends. Little do they know, there is an unexpected opening between the two worlds which leads to confusion and trouble. It is clear that there will be more books in the future. While not particularly exciting to this adult reader, I am hoping it will work to capture the attention of my granddaughter who has yet to completely fall in love with reading.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Lasen

    I didn't think this book was as great as the first one. My little sister (7-years-old) didn't like it as much either. It just wasn't as exciting as the last one. I found it to be a bit boring, honestly. We look forward to the next one which we hope will have the same magical ambiance of the first. I didn't think this book was as great as the first one. My little sister (7-years-old) didn't like it as much either. It just wasn't as exciting as the last one. I found it to be a bit boring, honestly. We look forward to the next one which we hope will have the same magical ambiance of the first.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    it was good

  8. 5 out of 5

    Breanna

    The Never Girls: the space between Summary: Continuing from the first book, in a blink, Kate, Lainey, Mia, and Gabby have made it home. Before the girls left Never Land, Lainey was spending a lot of time with an animal-talent fairy named Fawn. Fawn believed Lainey could be an animal-talent Clumsy so she was teaching Lainey how to talk to animals. Once Lainey was back home, she tried talking to the neighbor dog with no luck. Just as she arrived at her house, she spotted Milkweed, a dairy mouse fro The Never Girls: the space between Summary: Continuing from the first book, in a blink, Kate, Lainey, Mia, and Gabby have made it home. Before the girls left Never Land, Lainey was spending a lot of time with an animal-talent fairy named Fawn. Fawn believed Lainey could be an animal-talent Clumsy so she was teaching Lainey how to talk to animals. Once Lainey was back home, she tried talking to the neighbor dog with no luck. Just as she arrived at her house, she spotted Milkweed, a dairy mouse from Fawn’s farm! But how did he get to the mainland? Was is possible that she, Kate, Mia, and Gabby could find a way back to Pixie Hollow? Activity: What would your fairy-talent be, and why? Draw a picture of your talent! This activity highlights a student’s, ranging from 6-10 years of age, strengths and encourages them to use some creativity. Citation: Thorpe, K., & Christy, J. (2014). The space between. Gosford, N.S.W.: Scholastic Australia.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

    Another tiny discrepancy between this and Peter Pan's world: The Space Between is all about another unusual way to get into Neverland. This time it's a small crack or whole between the two worlds. Even so, the stories remain charming and have some solid messages for the reader about developing talents. Lainey fears she has no talent, but has a deep connection to animals. In Neverland, she's learning how to speak to them like a real animal-talent fairy, or at the very least, an animal-talent clums Another tiny discrepancy between this and Peter Pan's world: The Space Between is all about another unusual way to get into Neverland. This time it's a small crack or whole between the two worlds. Even so, the stories remain charming and have some solid messages for the reader about developing talents. Lainey fears she has no talent, but has a deep connection to animals. In Neverland, she's learning how to speak to them like a real animal-talent fairy, or at the very least, an animal-talent clumsy. "Clumsies" are the name given to humans by the fairies themselves. When animals from each world find their way through the space between the worlds, will Lainey discover her talent at last?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    The girls go back home but Milkweed, a mouse, seems to come through with them. Mia's cat seems to be missing now. Then Lainey discovers a breach in a fence near their homes. Lainey goes back and finds Mia's cat who is reeking havoc in Never Land among the fairies. What is going on? I enjoyed the girls finding a breach in the area between earth and Never Land. I also liked them fixing what the cat has done to the fairies. I like that there will be more stories between the girls and Never Land. Thi The girls go back home but Milkweed, a mouse, seems to come through with them. Mia's cat seems to be missing now. Then Lainey discovers a breach in a fence near their homes. Lainey goes back and finds Mia's cat who is reeking havoc in Never Land among the fairies. What is going on? I enjoyed the girls finding a breach in the area between earth and Never Land. I also liked them fixing what the cat has done to the fairies. I like that there will be more stories between the girls and Never Land. This is perfect for an young elementary school reader. All with Tinkerbell and the other fairies.

  11. 4 out of 5

    AMY

    120 pgs. Another great book in the series when the fairies send the girls home. They are not happy about leaving Neverland but go nonetheless. One day while in the kitchen, Lainey sees a mouse with a bell around its neck. She figures out it is Milkweed, a mouse from Neverland. She cannot figure out what he is doing in her world. In the meantime, Fawn, a lively fairy accidentally lets Mia's cat, Bingo, into the Fairy realm. There is a lot of drama, as you can imagine. Lots of action and great fan 120 pgs. Another great book in the series when the fairies send the girls home. They are not happy about leaving Neverland but go nonetheless. One day while in the kitchen, Lainey sees a mouse with a bell around its neck. She figures out it is Milkweed, a mouse from Neverland. She cannot figure out what he is doing in her world. In the meantime, Fawn, a lively fairy accidentally lets Mia's cat, Bingo, into the Fairy realm. There is a lot of drama, as you can imagine. Lots of action and great fantasy scenes. Girls will really enjoy this series. Highly recommended for Grades 3-5.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Courtney Umlauf

    This is a sweet series, especially good for very advanced young readers. The writing is great and features a varied vocabulary, but the content is light and appropriate for little ones. Series Review | TpT Store | Pinterest This is a sweet series, especially good for very advanced young readers. The writing is great and features a varied vocabulary, but the content is light and appropriate for little ones. Series Review | TpT Store | Pinterest

  13. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Namba

    I have not read this first book but this one was cute. I prefer the Rainbow Fairies series to this one so far. Basically the little human girls go back to earth but suddenly a gateway that connects the two is discovered. A cat goes to Neverland, a fairy and mouse end up in the "Clumsy"'s world. Mayhem! not really. But it sets up the rest of the series for the girls to keep hopping back to Neverland. I have not read this first book but this one was cute. I prefer the Rainbow Fairies series to this one so far. Basically the little human girls go back to earth but suddenly a gateway that connects the two is discovered. A cat goes to Neverland, a fairy and mouse end up in the "Clumsy"'s world. Mayhem! not really. But it sets up the rest of the series for the girls to keep hopping back to Neverland.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marylovesreading

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A light read about four friends who are given the chance to have an adventure in Neverland. This book follows the girls as they return home from their adventures in book 1 and realize time passes different in their world than in Neverland. This account mostly follows the adventure of Lainey who has a talent for speaking with animals. A portal between worlds opens and presents some issues. My seven-year-old daughter is really enjoying reading this series with me.

  15. 5 out of 5

    aaron

    This was another cute book that my daughter and I read at bedtime. She seems to be enjoying these ones as she's picked two of them for me to read. This one finds the girls being whisked back to their home but finding out there is a "tear" that can take them back to Neverland. What is next for the girls? I'm sure my daughter will want to know so I assume I'll find out soon! This was another cute book that my daughter and I read at bedtime. She seems to be enjoying these ones as she's picked two of them for me to read. This one finds the girls being whisked back to their home but finding out there is a "tear" that can take them back to Neverland. What is next for the girls? I'm sure my daughter will want to know so I assume I'll find out soon!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Hartley

    My daughter enjoyed it but not as much as the first one.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Girard

    It was a cute story but it was kinda repetitive. I'm not too sure if I'll continue the series... It was a cute story but it was kinda repetitive. I'm not too sure if I'll continue the series...

  18. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    The second installment in the Never Girls series finds the girls returning home but a discovery of a hole between their backyard and Never Land.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kylee Makenna

    I enjoyed the book but it was not as good as the first one. It was very wordy and had a simple plot line.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Licht

    Honestly, this series is so adorable. I would have totally loved this as a child!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie

    Read aloud to my 6 yr old.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Daria

    I love the first one But i foud myself forcing me to finish this one it is just not as magical

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bianca Richards

    this was for my book club i am in i was little bit behind so thats why i read two in one day.

  24. 5 out of 5

    McKayla

    I just- there was no plot!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Stacy Renee (LazyDayLit)

    Finished this up and now I need to hustle on finding the sequels. This review was originally shared on Lazy Day Literature. Mia, Kate, Lainey, and Gabby returned home from Never Land at the end of In A Blink and are not too happy about it when they realize the bag of fairy dust the Queen gave them has disappeared. And so has the cat! Meanwhile, in Pixie Hollow, Fawn realizes that one of the dairy mice, Milkweed, is missing, and in her search for him finds a portal to the Clumsies' world! This was a Finished this up and now I need to hustle on finding the sequels. This review was originally shared on Lazy Day Literature. Mia, Kate, Lainey, and Gabby returned home from Never Land at the end of In A Blink and are not too happy about it when they realize the bag of fairy dust the Queen gave them has disappeared. And so has the cat! Meanwhile, in Pixie Hollow, Fawn realizes that one of the dairy mice, Milkweed, is missing, and in her search for him finds a portal to the Clumsies' world! This was a nice continuation of the story, giving the girls a connection between Never Land and their home, assuring that there will be many more stories ahead! The story is split between the four girls in our world and Fawn and Tinker Bell in Pixie Hollow as their worlds and stories collide once again. My daughter is younger than the suggested ages but she requested I read longer books to her so we read a chapter (or a half) every night and still seem to fly through them. We currently don't have any more in this series but I'm already on the lookout so we can continue. My one complaint about this sequel is that so little actually happened other than giving them a door to a future story. It definitely wasn't a satisfying story on its own.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Pop Bop

    The Girls Remain Appealing Companions This is the second book in the Never Girls series. I was pleased with the first book and this book is equally good and follows closely upon the first. "Never Girls" is a very engaging series. It seems well designed for its intended audience - readers who are ready for a book that is just a bit more advanced than a basic chapter book. The four girls who visit Pixie Hollow, (Kate, Mia, Lainey, and Gabby), continue to display distinct personalities and are more d The Girls Remain Appealing Companions This is the second book in the Never Girls series. I was pleased with the first book and this book is equally good and follows closely upon the first. "Never Girls" is a very engaging series. It seems well designed for its intended audience - readers who are ready for a book that is just a bit more advanced than a basic chapter book. The four girls who visit Pixie Hollow, (Kate, Mia, Lainey, and Gabby), continue to display distinct personalities and are more developed as characters than I've generally found in books like this at this reading level. Kate is athletic and sporty; Lainey is the animal lover; Mia is a bit of a fashion maven; Gabby is Mia's five year old fairy obsessed sister. It looks like Book 2 features Lainey, Book 3 features Mia and Gabby and Book 4 features Kate. Don't know beyond that, but there are at least a few more after them. The plot for this book is a good one. The girls eventually return home and are bummed that they can't get back to Pixie Hollow. MILD SPOILER AHEAD. But creatures from Pixie Hollow show up in Mia's backyard and Mia's cat disappears. So, there's a leak or portal somewhere. Have to get the cat back from the Hollow and the fairy creatures back into the Hollow. Lots of running around and confusion. Very exciting stuff. So, as in the first book, there is some action, a bit of adventure, travel in and about Pixie Hollow, and more examples of common sense decision making As before, the writing is direct, descriptive and not overly cutesy. The author respects the reader and the genre and isn't trying to have it both ways by mocking the fairy angle. That said, the books are generally cheerful, mild fantasy adventures, with a satisfying and pleasant feel. This book is distinguished by a lot of action on the fairy side, with lots of different fairies involved. So, if you want an early reader that has a bit of fantasy/adventure and a nice vibe, the books in this series are certainly worth considering. For what it's worth, you can read the books out of order, since the background is always laid out in the first few pages. If you start at the beginning of the series, though, you get to start with the girls' initial discovery of Pixie Hollow, which is sort of fun, and you get to see the development of the characters. Please note that I secured my copy of this book from my local elibrary. I have no connection at all to the author or the publisher of this book. But I do vaguely remember going to Disneyland as a kid, (or at least my parents told me we went.)

  27. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    I'm not sure I like the book switching point of view and perspectives to a different girl. still think the plot is cute and inventive. love the interactions between the kids. I'm not sure I like the book switching point of view and perspectives to a different girl. still think the plot is cute and inventive. love the interactions between the kids.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    Original Summary: While Kate, Lainey, Mia, and Gabby were having the time of their lives in Pixie Hollow, they all knew that it would soon come to an end. Skye, the seeing- talent fairy, rushed to tell the girls that it was time to leave; if they did not leave now, they may never know when they might get a chance again. But as the girls settled back into normal life, something still seemed very off. There were mice with bells, cats missing, and flamingos in the garden! Pixie Hollow was with them Original Summary: While Kate, Lainey, Mia, and Gabby were having the time of their lives in Pixie Hollow, they all knew that it would soon come to an end. Skye, the seeing- talent fairy, rushed to tell the girls that it was time to leave; if they did not leave now, they may never know when they might get a chance again. But as the girls settled back into normal life, something still seemed very off. There were mice with bells, cats missing, and flamingos in the garden! Pixie Hollow was with them but how? As the searched and searched they ran straight into their answer, literally. There was a space between two fence boards that would allow a portal between the two worlds. 5 discussion questions: 1. Would you tell your parents about where you have been/ what you have seen? 2. What are some possible negatives about there being a portal between the two worlds, besides the things that have already happened? 3. When Fawn, the animal-talent fairy, says, "even I mess up sometimes", what message do you think she is trying to get across to Lainey about her own animal talents? 4. Why do you think Fawn wouldn't join everyone else when saying good-bye to the girls? How do you think Lainey felt when she didn't see Fawn in the circle with the rest of the fairies? 5. Would you be more sad about leaving Pixie Hollow or more happy going to see your family again? Why? APA citation: Thorpe, K., & Christy, J. (2013). The space between. New York: Random House.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dharia Scarab

    My love of reading started when i was young, and it gives me immense pleasure to provide books to Spread the Word Nevada, an organization that passes them on to children in the community. They are a terrific organization supporting an important cause. If your local I encourage you to check them out. For those living further a field, look in your own community, their may already be a similar program in place. And if not, you can always help start one. http://spreadthewordnevada.org/ Myself, I go ou My love of reading started when i was young, and it gives me immense pleasure to provide books to Spread the Word Nevada, an organization that passes them on to children in the community. They are a terrific organization supporting an important cause. If your local I encourage you to check them out. For those living further a field, look in your own community, their may already be a similar program in place. And if not, you can always help start one. http://spreadthewordnevada.org/ Myself, I go out on the weekends and shop thrift store and bulk book lots to rescue books and donate them. Sometimes I'll find a book I remember reading when I was young and will read it again before passing it on. I don't rate these books using my normal scale, instead I give most of them three stars. This isn't a Criticism of the book, simply my way of rating them as good for children.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Linda Lou

    This is the second book in the Never Girls series and focuses, more or less, on Lainey, the shyer of the girls. Lainey is an average kid and feels that she has no talents...nothing special. She feels she just kinda blends in and is not really noticeable. She soon discovers that she does have a talent and she is "awakening" to her self. This is a story of one girl's journey of beginning. I think this book is better than the first. I have sent this to my 6 year old granddaughter. I can't wait for This is the second book in the Never Girls series and focuses, more or less, on Lainey, the shyer of the girls. Lainey is an average kid and feels that she has no talents...nothing special. She feels she just kinda blends in and is not really noticeable. She soon discovers that she does have a talent and she is "awakening" to her self. This is a story of one girl's journey of beginning. I think this book is better than the first. I have sent this to my 6 year old granddaughter. I can't wait for her to read it so we can discuss it over the phone...our very own book clutch long distance. I just finished the next book in the series, A Dandelion Wish...I am hooked.

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