How to Ditch Your Fairy   by Justine Larbalestier

By Justine Larbalestier

If you lived in an international the place every person had a private fairy, what style could you will have?

A clothes-shopping fairy (The ideal outfit will regularly be on sale!)
A loose-change fairy (Pretty self-explanatory.)
A never-getting-caught fairy (You can escape with something. . . .)

Unfortunately for Charlie, she's caught with a parking fairy-if she's within the vehicle, the driving force will locate the fitting parking spot. uninterested in being handled like a private parking cross, Charlie devises a plan to ditch her fairy for a extra worthwhile version. initially, teaming up along with her archenemy (who has an all-the-boys-like-you fairy) sounds like a good suggestion. yet Charlie quickly learns there are effects for messing with fairies-and she is going to need to hotel to impressive measures to set issues correct again.

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I bit my bottom lip to keep the joy from bubbling out. “She has this fairy that . ” I trailed off. Steffi grunted, clearly unintrigued. “Anyway, the article said statistically. You need a bigger sample size than just two. Not that the article said where those statistics came from. ” I stared at him. “What’s to doubt? Every time I’m in a car, there’s a parking spot waiting for it. ” “I’m sure. I don’t doubt your parking abilities. But is it really tiny little invisible people with wings? ” I wondered again what Steffi’s fairy was.

CHAPTER 6 : Danders Anders CHAPTER 7 : More Demerits CHAPTER 8 : Best Dad Ever CHAPTER 9 : An Intervention CHAPTER 10 : Statistical Torpor CHAPTER 11 : Public Service CHAPTER 12 : Worst Sister Ever CHAPTER 13 : Steffi CHAPTER 14 : Doctor Tahn CHAPTER 15 : Rochelle’s Lucky Day CHAPTER 16 : Attack of Danders Anders CHAPTER 17 : Tamsin Burnham- Stone CHAPTER 18 : Two Fairies CHAPTER 19 : A Surprise CHAPTER 20 : A Revelation CHAPTER 21 : Ruins CHAPTER 22 : All Over CHAPTER 23 : Hope CHAPTER 24 : Metal Box CHAPTER 25 : The Ultimate Fairy Book CHAPTER 26 : Bleaching, Starving, and Flensing CHAPTER 27 ; Swap CHAPTER 28 : Waverly Burnham- Stone CHAPTER 29 : A Different Fairy CHAPTER 30 : Best Fairy Ever CHAPTER 31 : Impossibilities CHAPTER 32 : Possibilities CHAPTER 33 : Less Than Doos CHAPTER 34 : Love and Hatred CHAPTER 35 : Crossing the Field CHAPTER 36 : Luge Hall CHAPTER 37 : Cold and Ice CHAPTER 38 : Trying to Nearly Die CHAPTER 39 : Fairy Free CHAPTER 40 : Gambling CHAPTER 41 : Friends Again CHAPTER 42 : Monkey Knife Fight CHAPTER 43 : Reckoning CHAPTER 44 : Fairy Attracting CHAPTER 45 : True Best Fairy Ever DEMERITS AND SUSPENSIONS LIST OF KNOWN FAIRIES GLOSSARY ACKNOWLEDGMENTS PROMISE BEFORE HISTORY OF ME NOTE TO READERS How to Ditch Your Fairy isn’t set in Australia or the United States of America but in an imaginary country, perhaps a little in the future, that might be an amalgam of the two.

Fiorenze nodded, but didn’t look at me. “No worries,” Steffi said. ” “Kissing,” I said. “It’s against the school rules. You could get expelled. If Van had seen you . ” Steffi said, astonished. Fiorenze stayed silent. ” Steffi said, turning to Fiorenze. “A wasp, eh? ” Fiorenze looked down and then muttered something I couldn’t hear, which made Steffi laugh. He shook his head as if he could not believe how funny she was. It was wrong. Stupid-Name does not tell jokes. She is without joy or humor.

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