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The book is about when a kid finds out his dad is a fairy, maybe some important political figure. So he goes to Fairyland. Apparently, in Fairyland, no one wears clothes.

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    "So he goes to Fairyland." Is this a common, known, easy to get to place? – Meat Trademark Mar 16 at 4:06
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    Doesn't seem too broad, please give 2-3 examples of books with a fairy realm with naked people and MC's dad being a fairy if you think it is. – Jenayah Mar 16 at 7:25
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    @Jenayah - It's terse but does contain some unique details – Valorum Mar 16 at 10:42
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    @Valorum yep, hence my Leave Open vote. Should've clarified that the earlier comment was addressed to close voters – Jenayah Mar 16 at 11:08
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Could this be Magicalamity by Kate Saunders?

Tom is in shock. He's just discovered that his dad is an escaped fairy on the run. And that he must trust his life to three dangerous fairy godmothers he's never met. Two of them are hardened criminals, and one falls out of the window when she tries to fly . . .

Will their mad magic be enough to help Tom rescue his dad from the clutches of some killer fairies?

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    In support of the 'Magicalamity' answer I have found this quote:- No sexual content, but it is mentioned quite a few times that the fairies have nude balls and sometimes go around nude. No body parts described in any kind of detail, but this may bother some kids and parents – DannyMcG Mar 16 at 9:18
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    @DannyMcG - I've heard that the fairy's nude balls are legendary – Valorum Mar 16 at 10:41
  • Haha, I thought of that as soon as I'd posted the comment, it was a....."what did I just write?" – DannyMcG Mar 16 at 11:13
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    @DannyMcG Yep, definitely a double take on that one. The first thing I pictured was a very unsightly pair of shorts. – Misha R Mar 16 at 16:01
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    @MishaR - Gunther's gonna help you out with that one; youtube.com/watch?v=3MDLIsJWQe8 – Valorum Mar 16 at 16:04

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