How to Ditch Your Fairy

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Jul 15, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 336 pages
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If you lived in a world where everyone had a personal fairy, what kind would you want?

  • A clothes-shopping fairy (The perfect outfit will always be on sale!)

  • A loose-change fairy (Pretty self-explanatory.)

  • A never-getting-caught fairy (You can get away with anything. . . .)

Unfortunately for Charlie, she's stuck with a parking fairy-if she's in the car, the driver will find the perfect parking spot. Tired of being treated like a personal parking pass, Charlie devises a plan to ditch her fairy for a more useful model. At first, teaming up with her archenemy (who has an all-the-boys-like-you fairy) seems like a good idea. But Charlie soon learns there are consequences for messing with fairies-and she will have to resort to extraordinary measures to set things right again.

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Justine Larbalestier [Lar-bah-LUS-tee-ay] is the author of Liar and the award-winning Magic or Madness trilogy. She was born and raised in Sydney, Australia, and divides her time between Sydney and New York City (with sojourns in Mexico, New Zealand, Thailand, and anywhere else that strikes her fancy). She is married to author Scott Westerfeld.

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