Fairy School Drop-out

Fairy School Drop-out

Book - 2009
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This unconventional new series is the perfect antidote to those 'oh so sweet' fairy stories.Despite what humans think, real fairies don't live in toadstools and they don'tknow instantly how to cast magical spells. In fact, not all fairies even like beingfairies! Elly is the perfect example. She would trade in her girly fairy uniform (anitchy tutu and pretty slippers) for the freedom of jeans and skateboarding at acool human school any day.Elly makes sure her disdain of Fairydom and The Mossy Blossom Academy forYoung Fairies is very clear. She does horribly in her "spelling" lessons, forgets tocharge her wand and has already been expelled from two other fairy academies!If her rebellious, non-fairy behaviour doesn'tchange, Elly will be (gasp!) a fairy schooldrop-out!But perhaps this is exactly Elly's plan.
Publisher: Toronto : Scholastic Canada, 2009.
ISBN: 9780545989756
Characteristics: 151 p. :,ill. ;,18 cm.
Additional Contributors: Mackintosh, Michelle


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Elly Knottleweed-Eversprightly comes from a long line of famous fairies. But just because one of her ancestors wrote the historic Fairy Code doesn’t mean Elly loves being a fairy. In fact, she hates it. She can’t stand the itchy tutus, would rather ride her skateboard than fly the Fairy Flock, and messes up all of her magic spells.
Plus, she’s been kicked out of two fairy academies for turning her Synchronized Flying Instructor purple and catching a flyrus (it wasn’t her fault!).
Then Elly meets Jess, a human girl who helps Elly fix her malfunctioning wand.
Elly never dreamed being friends with a human could make her life so much better.
But can Jess help keep Elly from being kicked out of Fairy School—forever?


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