Rosemary is not the type of girl who goes on adventures - at least not until she steps on the head of a talking fairy-turned-gopher, and her world flips upside down.
Suddenly, she learns that there is a gopher-city growing beneath her farm, and if she doesn't act soon, her land will collapse and her farm will disappear underground forever.
With her parents away at the Giant Fruit and Vegetable Competition and precious little time to waste, Rosemary sets off on a quest with a sixty-five year old shaman, a poetry-spewing magic mirror, and a handful of species-confused rodents. Their goal: to persuade the illustrious (and slightly insane) Fairy King to remove his courtiers and return her home to normal before it's too late.
Of course, this would be much easier if there weren't pixies, giant flying snakes and grown men in lavender tights constantly getting in her way.
Just as I'm about ready to say "you're kidding right" it occurs to me to think what a hook for Charlotte's Web or Stuart Little might be.
This is the right form for a hook.
It's all going to come down to the writing!