How to Ditch Your Fairy

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Allen & Unwin, 2009 - Fairies - 298 pages
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"Welcome to New Avalon, where everyone has a personal fairy. Though invisible to the naked eye, a personal fairy, like a specialized good luck charm, is vital to success. But for 14-year-old Charlie, having a Parking Fairy is worse than having nothing at all - especially when the school bully carts her around like his own personal parking pass. Enter: The Plan. At first, teaming up with arch-enemy Fiorenza (who has an All-The-Boys-Like-You Fairy) seems like a great idea. But when Charlie unexpectedly gets her heart's desire, it isn't at all what she thought it would be like, and she'll have resort to extraordinary measures to ditch her fairy."--Publisher details.

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I really enjoyed this book however one downside is that there is made-up words that you have to look up in the glossary at the back but apart from that it is wonderful!

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It is a good yet very different . this book is about a girl who has a fairy and her town has lots of people with them.I LIKED THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAS FAIRYS AND I LOVE BOOKS ABOUT THEM!

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About the author (2009)

Justine Larbalestier was born and raised in Sydney, Australia. She is a young-adult fiction author and is best known for the Magic or Madness trilogy: Magic or Madness, Magic Lessons and Magic's Child. Her other works include Liar, How to Ditch Your Fairy, and The Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction. In 2014 her title, Razorhurst, won the Aurealis Award in the Horror Novel category. This title also made the Inky Awards 2015 shortlist and the Queensland Literary Awards 2015 shortlist in the Young Adult category. She will be at the Melbourne Writers Festival Schools Program 2015.

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