diary of a Fairy Godmother by Esme Raji Codell. I listened to the audio version of this book and thought it was highly entertaining. The reader was really good. The story itself was excellent. One of the best juvenile fiction stories I’ve read in awhile. It’s about a young witch who realizes that she likes to grant wishes. This mortifies her family and friends, but she can’t help it. When she discovers that there is such a thing as a fairy godmother (an FG) she decides she would like to pursue that line of “work.” The story has such a wonderful message: “be the person you are, even if you are different from everyone else.” The book is very humorous and both kids and adults will find it a fun read, IMHO. I highly recommend it.