The Blue Girl


Charles de Lint - Author

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ISBN 9780142405451 | 384 pages | 06 Apr 2006 | Firebird | 8.26 x 5.23in | 12 - AND UP years
  • ALA Best Book for Young Adults: Winner 2005
    New York Public Library Best Book for Teen Age
    Ontario Library Association White Pine Award: Winner 2006
    Ontario Library Association Honour Book: Winner 2006
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Seventeen-year-old Imogene’s rebellious nature has caused her more harm than good—so when her family moves to Newford, she decides to reinvent herself. She won’t lose her punk/thrift-shop look, but she’ll try to avoid the gangs, work a little harder at school, and maybe even stay out of trouble for a change. But trouble shows up anyway. Imogene quickly catches the eye of Redding High’s bullies, as well as the school’s resident teenage ghost. Then she gets on the wrong side of a gang of malicious fairies. When her old imaginary childhood friend, Pelly, actually manifests, Imogene realizes that the impossible is all too real. And it’s dangerous. If she wants to survive high school—not to mention stay alive—she has to fall back on the skills she picked up in her hometown, running with a gang. Even with her new friend Maxine and some unexpected allies by her side, will she be able to make it?

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