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Alice Again by Judi Curtin
Published by The O’Brien Press Ltd., 2006

Alice Again is a fun-filled adventure for readers aged 9 and upwards.

It's Spring mid-term, and Alice has invited Megan to visit her in Dublin. Megan is hoping for a nice trouble-free few days with her best friend. No such luck! She soon discovers that Alice is once again plotting and scheming. It seems that Alice's Mum Veronica has a new boyfriend. The plan is to discover who he is, and to get rid of him. But how?
By being the most horrible girl he’s ever seen!

Can this possibly work?
Just how horrible can Alice be?
Can Megan stand it?
And how can Megan stand by and watch while her best friend turns into a total monster?

Judi Curtin is also the author of Alice Next Door, the first book about Alice and Megan. In this book, not alone is Megan stuck with totally uncool parents, and a little sister who is too cute for words, but her very best friend, Alice, has moved away. Now Megan has to go to school and face the dreaded Melissa all on her own. The two friends hatch a risky plot to get back together. But can their secret plan work?

Both books are available from the Senior Fiction collections for children in Clare County Library branches.

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