Four Stupid Cupids

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Thorndike Press, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 235 pages
Book 4 of The Hamlet Chronicles An Accelerated Reader(R) Title Strange happenings are afoot in Hamlet, Vermont, and the Copycats and Tattletales are in the thick of things! When Fawn Petros brings an old vase into Miss Earth's class for show-and-tell, the school is invaded by four not-so-clever cupids from ancient Greece. Anyone stung by their potent arrows is destined to fall helplessly in love. As the boys fret about what the girls might do with this awesome power, the girls seize the opportunity to find a match for their lonely teacher -- with hilarious results.

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this is a lovely and funny Valentine's Day story. I'm sure most kids will really like it and be able to identify with one or other of the acting characters. Read full review

FOUR STUPID CUPIDS

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Having faced ghosts, aliens, and deadly Siberian snow spiders in previous adventures, the fifth graders at Josiah Fawcett Elementary take on a very different sort of challenge when a Grecian urn from ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
11
My Bloody Valentine
13
The Ugly Vase
21
Copyright

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Gregory Maguire was born June 9, 1954 in Albany, New York. He received a B.A. from the State University of New York at Albany and a Ph.D. in English and American literature from Tufts University. He is a founder and co-director of Children's Literature New England, Incorporated, a non-profit educational charity established in 1987. He writes for both adults and children. His first book, The Lighting Time, was published in 1978. His adult works include Wicked, Confessions of and Ugly Stepsister, Lost, Mirror Mirror, Son of a Witch, and A Lion Among Men. The Broadway play Wicked is based on his book of the same title. His children's books include the picture book Crabby Cratchitt, the novel The Good Liar, and the Hamlet Chronicles series.

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