A Fairy's Guide to Understanding Humans by Margaret Meacham

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Be careful what you wish for! Fourteen-year-old Morgan Yates has just moved into a bigger house in a new neighborhood. But Morgan misses her old friends and wishes things could go back to the way they were before. And before she knows it, Gretta-her fairy-godmother-in-training-is back and flightier than ever; and this time she's working on her masterpiece, "A Fairy's Guide to Understanding Humans." Then Gretta decides that the best way to understand humans is to become one. After all, what could possibly go wrong? This sequel to "A Mid-Semester Night's Dream" is even funnier and more moving and magical.

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Margaret Meacham is the author of "A Mid-Semester Night's Dream", a companion title to this one. "School Library Journal" observed, "The characters are warm and genuine and readers who are not quite ready for Ann Brashares's "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" will enjoy this glimse of one girl's encounters with magic, mayhem and growing up." She lives in Maryland. To find out more, you can visit her website at www.margaretmeacham.com.
Published December 1, 2007 by Holiday House. 189 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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She finds humans incomprehensible, making well-meaning but disastrous attempts to help the increasingly fed-up Morgan, who is a pretty together teen with the usual problems with boys and making friends at her new school.

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