Soup in Love

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Delacorte Press, Jan 1, 1992 - Valentine's Day - 114 pages
3 Reviews
Soup and his pal Rob have their love-hungry hearts set on winning the prize for the best Valentine. Joe Spazzatura lets the boys use a refrigerator crate to build a huge Valentine, and only Janice, the strongest kid in town, and her boyfriend Ox have the brawn to get the big heart to town. But do they have the heart to help?

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Review: Soup in Love (Soup #12)

User Review  - Amber - Goodreads

My husband gave this to me one Valentine's Day. It's hilarious! I recomend reading at least Soup before reading this just to get the character down and then it is even funnier. Read full review

Review: Soup in Love (Soup #12)

User Review  - Shawn Cunningham - Goodreads

As with the whole Soup series, I recommend it! Soup meets a girl and tries to profess his love. Hilarity and jocularity ensue. Publisher: Yearling Publication Date: 1988 Audience: 8-12 specific use ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
17
Section 3
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About the author (1992)

Robert Newton Peck was born in Vermont on February 17, 1928. During World War II, he served as a machine-gunner in the U.S. Army 88th Infantry Division between 1945 and 1947. He received a B.A. degree from Rollins College in 1953 and studied law at Cornell University. He worked as a lumberjack, in a papermill, killing hogs, and as an advertising executive before the publication of his first book, A Day No Pigs Would Die, in 1972. It was named an American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults in 1973. His other works include Soup and Me, Soup on Ice, Cowboy Ghost, Horse Thief, and Bro.

Charles M. Robinson III is a native of Texas and a graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin and the University of Texas Pan American. He is the author of several books on the Old West, including Bad Hand: A Biography of General Ranald S. Mackenzie, which won the Texas Historical Commission's T. R. Fehrenbach Book Award in 1993, and A Good Year to Die. He lives in San Benito, Texas.

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