The One and Only Willa Bean

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Random House Children's Books, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 103 pages
Cecilia Galante's sweet series about a lovable curly-haired cupid soars on in book #4.

Every cupid has a one-of-a-kind flying friend, right? Wrong! Willa Bean has Snooze, an owl, but the new girl in school, Lucy, has an owl, too! And Lucy's owl is bigger, and maybe even smarter, than Snooze. What if Mr. Wingston overshadows Snooze at Noble Nimbus Day? Nope, nope, nope-ity nope. Willa Bean has to make sure Snooze is the best owl at Cupid Academy!
 

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Contents

A New Cupid
1
Fantastic Flying Friends
13
What Happened to Onlies?
28
The Flag Flier
37
A School Song
45
The Letter N
54
Species Queasy
63
Noble Nimbus Day
72
A Secret Screech
81
Onward Onlies
95
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About the author (2012)

Although CECILIA GALANTE secretly wishes she could fly, she keeps her feet firmly on the ground in Kingston, Pennslyvania,, where she lives with her husband and three children. Cecilia is the author of five other novels for young adults and middle school kids, including The Patron Saint of Butterflies, which was a Book Sense Pick, the Northeast Indie Booksellers YA Book of the Year, and a Recommended Read on Oprah's website. 

KRISTI VALIANT has illustrated several children's books, including Cora Cooks Pancit and Dancing Dreams. 

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