Brigid Lucy Needs a Friend

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The third title in the series about what makes us do the naughty things we do—starring the girl with an imp in her hair!

The imp in Biddy's hair thinks she should be Biddy's best friend, but Biddy longs for a human best friend. All the girls at school already have best friends, so Biddy plans to find a friend outside of school. Her plan is to head to the park on Friday with her Frisbee and see what transpires, but her mother is "expecting again," and is too tired ...

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Brigid Lucy: Brigid Lucy Needs A Best Friend

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Overview

The third title in the series about what makes us do the naughty things we do—starring the girl with an imp in her hair!

The imp in Biddy's hair thinks she should be Biddy's best friend, but Biddy longs for a human best friend. All the girls at school already have best friends, so Biddy plans to find a friend outside of school. Her plan is to head to the park on Friday with her Frisbee and see what transpires, but her mother is "expecting again," and is too tired to take Biddy to the park. So Biddy accuses her mother of not wanting Biddy to have a friend, and then yells at her. When Biddy is sent straight to her room to think things through for 10 minutes, it is the start of a whole string of consequences that get more and more disastrous as the day wears on. The next day is even worse—especially as the imp does her best to keep Biddy for herself.

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"Short chapters, large print, and frequent full-color illustrations make for an appealing package . . . this makes a good first chapter book or read-aloud." —Booklist on Brigid Lucy and the Princess Tower 
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781921894244
  • Publisher: Little Hare Books
  • Publication date: 4/1/2014
  • Series: Brigid Lucy Series , #3
  • Pages: 99
  • Age range: 7 - 9 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 7.60 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Leonie Norrington is the author of The Devil You Know and Look See, Look at Me! Tamsin Ainslie is the illustrator of I Can Say Please and I Can Say Thank You. They previously collaborated on Brigid Lucy Wants a Pet and Brigid Lucy and the Princess Tower.
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