Angel Bites the Bullet
What does a ten-year-old girl do when her mother's best friend moves into her room? Angel wants her bedroom back, and that means Alice must go! Angel springs into action, and comedy ensues as Angel and her friend Edna try and try again to find a love match for Alice. Along the way, Angel learns that more changes are in store...and that she can handle them much better than she thought. From the first page to the last, readers will be hooked on this funny, fast-paced story about an especially endearing heroine.
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