Imaginary Fred

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Price: $18.99
Manufacturer: HarperCollins
Manufacturer Part No: 9780062379559
Signed by: Oliver Jeffers
Author: Eoin Colfer
Illustrator: Oliver Jeffers
Format: Hardcover

Fred loves being an imaginary friend. He always does his best to make the little boy or girl who selects him very happy.

But, inevitably, there always comes the day when Fred is no longer needed and he finds himself floating on the wind waiting for the next child to claim him.

But then he meets Sam. At first things are great, but Fred is reluctant to get his hopes up. Especially when Sam becomes friends with a girl named Sammi. Fred is sure their days together are numbered. Then he meets Sammi’s imaginary friend, Frieda – and everything changes for the better!

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