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Ally’s World Pack Pack

by Karen McCombie (author)

Suitable for 11 - 18 years

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Product Description

“Welcome to my world. It’s weird but kind of wonderful…”

Think your family are fruitcakes? Meet the Love children! There’s oh-so-perfect Linn (aged seventeen going on seventy), airy-fairy Rowan, who is always away with the fairies, and space-cadet little brother Tor. Oh yes – and Ally. The normal one. But it’s not easy being normal when you live with a bunch of lovable weirdos in a house that’s a cross between an animal hospital and something out of the TV show Changing Rooms... This bestselling series of a girl’s chaotic family life is simply chock-a-block with charm and chuckles. So don’t miss out! Explore Ally’s wonderful world!

Product Details

Format

Paperback

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Karen McCombie

21743 karen mccombie 1 206729

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  1. Fairy thumb 11

    xxChocolateBoxGirlxx
    on 9 March 2013

    Lovely reads.I read most of these books in year 7 and I really liked them.Weird and wonderful is what I think.I would definately recommend these cool books :P

    4out of 5
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    lipgloss13
    on 17 November 2012

    I read these when I was 12. I really like them. They were great and easy to relate to.

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    Kts1305
    on 5 May 2012

    These books looks interesting!