Out Of The Ordinary
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Out Of The Ordinary

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Paperback, 172 pages
Published 1989 by Mammoth
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Claire
Molly is saddled with a moronic older brother, a games freak younger brother and an imagination that is belied by her too sensible face and red hair. When she writes a mock advert for 'Quests undertaken', she doesn't realise that she will soon be thrust into an age old feud as she is chosen to care for Floris.


Annie Dalton writes eloquently and with beauty. Out of the ordinary draws you into Molly's life, filled with her mother's fosterlings and into the magical world that she is drawn into. The...more
P.d.r. Lindsay
Annie Dalton is one of a series of British writers who create original and thoughtful fantsay for YA readers. No Tolkein copyists amongst these writers. Dalton has been a Carnegie award winner and is still writing quality fiction.

Out of the Ordinary is a delightful story about Molly who dreams of a life out of the ordinary. Her home life is chaotic, and ordinary and dull, but there is magic everywhere if you seek it. Her joke job advert - Quests undertaken, enchantments broken - is answered in a...more
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Dalton grew up as an only child in the English countryside during the 1950s. Her father was not always around, but when he was, he would tell her fantastical stories, often with her as the principal character. Her father left the family for good. Dalton missed him and his stories, which led her to the fantasy section at her local library, thus sparking life-long love of fiction.

After undertaking j...more
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