Happily Ever Emma (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Nov 11, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
2 Reviews
Emma is already upset when her mother cancels their traditional Friday night dinner-and-ice-cream plans, but it's even worse when she finds out why: Her mom has a date! Emma's best friend, Annie Pat, thinks it's so romantic, but Emma knows better. Fortunately, she has a plan to keep her mom all to herself. But when Emma's plan backfires, she starts to realize that maybe sharing her mother with other people has its advantages.
  

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Review: Happily Ever Emma (Emma #6)

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This is a cute little book for elementry age children. The main character is a spunky 8 year old who is dealing with her divorced mom dating and a dad who lives in England. Read full review

Review: Happily Ever Emma (Emma #6)

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This is a cute little book for elementry age children. The main character is a spunky 8 year old who is dealing with her divorced mom dating and a dad who lives in England. Read full review

Contents

Extremely Horrible News
Anthony the Barbarian
Nuclear Acid
Word Search
Happily Ever Emma
Guilt Sandwich
A Bad Night on Candelaria Road
Short And Sweet
Our Date With Dennis
DoOver
Explaining Things to Anthony Scarpetto
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Sally Warner (www.sallywarner.com) has published more than twenty novels for young readers, including the Emma and EllRay Jakes series. She lives in Altadena, California with her husband and their not-so-miniature dachshund, Rocky.

JAMIE HARPER is the author-illustrator of ME TOO! and DON'T GROWN-UPS EVER HAVE FUN? Of MISS MINGO AND THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL, she says, "I like that this book is a blend of fiction and nonfiction, and that Miss Mingo is a funky, fun, contemporary teacher who just loves learning new things.

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