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A World Apart

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April-May June is a lost and disgruntled elf. For five long years, she has been searching for other elves. That's five years of munching on rotten apples and dried worms, five years of talking to herself (Who else is there?). When April narrowly avoids being snapped up as bird food and takes an accidental ride down a waterfall, she literally tumbles into a very peculiar ...more
Paperback, 344 pages
Published 2006 by Wingate Press
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Definitely a great read, moves along at a good pace with never a dull moment and strikingly illustrated by the author herself. With more exposure or any kind of marketing at all, could be the next big series for younger readers. Couldn't wait to start the sequel - got going on it the moment I finished this one.
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PATRICIA SRIGLEY lives in the West Island of Montreal. She is a graduate of both Concordia University and McGill University. A high school teacher and visual artist, the transition from painting to writing has been an exciting and fulfilling experience. Her love of the natural world is strongly reflected in her imaginative stories.

Patricia Srigley has also published under the name of Lee Shrugg a
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