Double Trouble

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Random House Children's Books, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 119 pages
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Ali doesn’t feel like going to school today. And with Little Genie around, she doesn’t have to. She’ll let Genie take her place!

Is it a good idea to let a little genie pretend to be a human girl? The sparkling pink sand in Little Genie’s watch is starting to move—time for Ali to make a wish and find out!

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Miranda Jones lives in a regular house in London, England. She's sure a genie bottle would be much more exciting.
David Calver lives in a regular house in Rochester, New York and is a big fan of Lava lamps.

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