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Pigs Might Fly (Bluegum)

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Pigs can′t fly. Can they?

I wish something would happen! said Rachel. 'Something interesting!′

Afterwards‚ she would remember what she′d said and how she′d felt‚ that rainy Saturday morning‚ and she would think: That was really the beginning, and her stomach would give a little jolt‚ and the tips of her fingers would tingle.

But at the time she didn′t know what was in store....more
Paperback, 106 pages
Published July 3rd 1996 by Angus & Robertson Childrens (first published 1986)
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Rachel has been sick for days, stuck in bed with a cold. It seems to her that her life is utterly boring - until Sandy, a family friend, visits and draws her a picture that magically transports her to a parallel reality. While Rachel wanted a break from her daily routine, being whisked away to a world that isn't her own is a bit too much adventure. Still, the environment that she's trapped in is friendly, safe, and quite a bit like the world that she's from - albeit with a much higher UEF (Unlik...more
This girl in the story suddenly goes to a strange world while sleeping. Unusual things happens like PIGS FLY(!!), while she tries to get oet of the world. I recommand this book to all the people who are too imaginative or likes weird stuff :)
I loved this when I was about ten. Great speculative fiction with a dynamic energy. Lots of fun.
Cuute, this book is aimed at children. Emily Rodda really used her imagination in this one.
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Emily Rodda (real name Jennifer Rowe) was born in Sydney, Australia and graduated from the University of Sydney in 1973 with an MA (Hons) in English Literature. Moving into a publishing career, first as a book editor, and finally as a publisher at Angus & Robertson, Rodda's first book was published in 1984.
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