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The (Fairly) Magic Show and Other Stories (2012)

by Rob Keeley

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The future of education belongs to youth.  And what I want is for all of yous lot to come with me.  As we start to break the teachers' power. A vote for me is a vote what makes school fun.
Or shall I go to Mrs Raeburn and tell her why you really rang the fire alarm?  For money?  For a dare?
The class didn't look enthusiastic.  They all knew that "exciting news" meant either a sponsored swim or another visit from the Mayor.
You're not still meant to have any chocolate left, at New Year.  I think it's against the law.
It's my world.  My people.  And my rules.
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