Green by Laura Peyton Roberts

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Turning thirteen starts off with a bang for Lily. Literally. A birthday present explodes on her porch . . . and soon after a trio of leprechauns (yes, leprechauns) appears in her bedroom. They whisk her away to a land of clover, piskies, a new friend, a cute boy, and lots of glimmering, glittering gold. A world of Green.

It turns out that Lily, like her grandmother before her, is next in line to be keeper for the Clan of Green, and in charge of all their gold. That is, if she passes three tests. And she has to pass them. Because if she doesn’t she may never get to go home again. She’ll be stuck with the Greens.


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About Laura Peyton Roberts

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Queen B, the companion to The Queen of Second Place, is Laura Peyton Roberts's third novel for Delacorte Press. She lives in San Diego, California.
Published December 9, 2009 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers. 274 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Like Harry Potter, 13-year-old Lily Green receives a special delivery on her birthday—a package that explodes on her front porch, leaving her with singed hair and a gold, emerald-encrusted ke

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Los Angeles Review of Books

Emily Green is a reporter based in Los Angeles. A former staff writer for the U.K.
Independent, she has written for the Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Times, ...

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Curled Up With a Good Kid's Book

*Green* by Laura Peyton Roberts - young readers book review ... A light, fun
fantasy targeted at older elementary school girls, Green is the story of Lilybet, ...

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