Miss Fortune

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Penguin, Mar 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Frannie's parents throw a party for Frannie with a fortune teller and Frannie finds her next new job: fortune teller, obviously! Frannie begins making up the fortunes of her friends at school and realizes that there is a difference between seeing the future and simply telling people what to do. After Frannie's customers start taking their fortunes too seriously by refusing to shower, do their chores, and even go to school, Frannie discovers that being psychic wasn’t her hidden talent after all. And that is not an opinion!

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This book series is really easy to read. I think a lot of young readers would really enjoy these books because they are hard to put down. I think that these books would be great for beginning and struggling readers. Read full review

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AJ Stern lives in Brooklyn, New York. Doreen Mulryan Marts lives in Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey.

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