Fern discovers that she was swapped at birth and leaves her tragically dull parents for an unforgettable adventure with her true father, the Bone. Just who are the Anybodies? You'll have to read to find out! Narrated by the hilariously intrusive N. E. Bode, The Anybodies is a magical adventure for readers of all ages.
Fern Drudger's quirky adventures continue in this delightful sequel to The Anybodies. She goes to Camp Happy Sunshine Good Times and is bombarded by desperate messages from people who call themselves the Nobodies. But who are the Nobodies, and what do they want from Fern?
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Frequently interrupting herself to slam her creative-writing teacher, apologize for putting in talking animals, etc., the chatty narrator follows Fern (12) as she is whisked away from her beige and orderly household to the book-stuffed boarding house where her real mother, who died in childbirth,...| Read Full Review of The Anybodies
Although engaging in places, this is a scattershot tale that tries too hard to duplicate the self-conscious delivery of the Lemony Snicket books ("Here you could possibly decide that this is an altogether bad book"), with echoes of a Molly Moon –type plot development.| Read Full Review of The Anybodies
Fern also is told that her mother (who sadly died during childbirth) was a natural Anybody and learned it all from a special book called THE ART OF BEING AN ANYBODY.Aug 23 2005 | Read Full Review of The Anybodies
Fairies fall out of books, 2 children get swaped @ birth, people put thier hands IN pictures and a house made of books.| Read Full Review of The Anybodies
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