Overall there isn't anything wrong with the plot. It's meets all the requirements I think a book for younger girls should contain. It's fun, has adventure, and strong female characters. But my inner eight-year-old just doesn't want to read a book about fairies (actually, my inner twenty-something doesn't want to either. And she's not a fan of anything Tinkerbelle related, so other Never Land fairies aren't interesting as well). That being said, I can completely see the appeal of these books and know that they will be a hit for girls that are fans of the Tinkerbelle franchise. They are also a great starting point for girls with an interest in fantasy that aren't ready to read some of the longer books out there.