My Life as an Alphabet PDF ePub eBook

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  • Format Name: My Life as an Alphabet
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  • Publisher: Allen
  • Data Published: 01 February 2013
  • ISBN: 1743310978
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  • Format eBook: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • File Size: 28MB
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 264 pages
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"This isn't just about me. It's also about the other people in my life - my mother, my father, my dead sister Sky, my penpal Denille, Rich Uncle Brian, Earth-Pig Fish and Douglas Benson From Another Dimension. These are people (with the exception of Earth-Pig Fish, who is a fish) who have shaped me, made me what I am. I cannot recount my life without recounting elements of theirs. This is a big task, but I am confident I am up to it." Introducing Candice Phee: twelve years old, hilariously honest and a little...odd. But she has a big heart, the very best of intentions and an unwavering determination to ensure everyone is happy. So she sets about trying to 'fix' all the problems of all the people (and pets) in her life. Laugh-out-loud funny and wonderfully touching, My Life as an Alphabet is a delightful novel about an unusual girl who goes to great lengths to bring love and laughter into the lives of everyone she cares about.

About Barry Jonsberg

Barry Jonsberg is the author of The Whole Business with Kiffo and the Pitbull, It's Not All About YOU, Calma!, Dreamrider, Cassie (Girlfriend Fiction) and Being Here.

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