Ferret Girl by Colin Haskin

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A fantasy novel for young adults or, for that matter, any adult. At 14, Fiona has had enough of her parents' problems and escapes into the world of Bandit, her pet ferret. Problem is, how to become his size? After that, it's one wild adventure after another until she arrives at the terrifying realization she is trapped in another dimension.
 

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Published July 22, 2011 by DBR Publishing. 180 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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Bandit—a positively hilarious creation, by turns timorous and pompous with lessons about “the way of the ferret,” a kind of furry Falstaff—is indulgent but unimaginative (although one of his strongest maxims, “Ferrets never surrender,” is something Fiona takes to heart) and the two of them have a...

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Colin Haskin’s young-adult novel Ferret Girl tells the story of smart, sarcastic Ontario teenager Fiona Forrest, whose family life is so darkened by her reticent father and absent mother that at times she envies the peace and stability of Bandit, her pet ferret.

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