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Stress City: A Fairy Tale Gone Wrong by Emer…

Stress City: A Fairy Tale Gone Wrong

by Emer Bruce

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When Mrs D arrives in Stress City, and takes on the job of City Problem Solver, the inhabitants are delighted, thinking their problems are over. Yeah, right... Jack and Dundee's problem is that everyone in Stress City thinks they are idiots. No matter what they do, trouble finds them. Bad luck follows them around. And they are beginning to think the Universe has got something against them! At the suggestion of their pal Duggey, who owns the local book shop, they decide to visit the City's new problem solver, Mrs D, who has just opened a cafe in the woods. But Mrs D is not at all what they expect.... "LIKE MARY POPPINS MEETS HITCHHIKERS GUIDE." Mrs E Darlington, Cafe owner.

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