Confessions of an Imaginary Friend: A Memoir by Jacques Papier - Michelle Cuevas

Jacques Papier is the devoted twin brother of Fleur. They share everything: bunk beds, baths, banana splits, and once, even a piece of chewing gum. Jacques feels as though everyone but Fleur and his parents hate him. Actually, people don’t even acknowledge him: they act like he’s invisible. Then, to his horror, Jacques discovers that he is really Fleur’s imaginary friend. So begins his memoir, Confessions of an Imaginary Friend (Dial, $16.99), as told to author Michelle Cuevas. When Fleur tells her parents that Jacques himself has an imaginary friend, they decide that perhaps Fleur has “too much imagination.” Forced to stay in the waiting room while Fleur and her parents visit a psychiatrist, Jacques meets a whole host of imaginary friends who invite him to join their support group, Imaginaries Anonymous, as he undergoes an existential crisis and works to become real. Ages 9-12

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ISBN: 9780525427551
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Published: Dial Books - September 8th, 2015

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