Alice, who claims to be a Temporary Fairy, still has a lot to learn, such as how to make her clothes put themselves away in the closet. Caldecott Honor artist and bestselling author David Shannon's warm and funny new picture book introduces Alice, a mischievous little girl with a magic wand and a "No, David!" nose for trouble. Alice the Fairy uses her magic wand to change frogs into princes and dads into horses. She can also make leaves fall from trees and turn oatmeal into cake. Sometimes she can even disappear! Being a fairy is very useful - even if your spells don't always come out right. And best of all, you get to use your imagination! What could be more fun? With the same saucy humor as his No, David! books and equally hilarious illustrations, David Shannon's Alice the Fairy is sure to delight young readers as she transforms everyday events into magical experiences.