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The Wedding Planner's Daughter (The Wedding Planner's Daughter #1) - Coleen Murtagh Paratore
The Wedding Planner's Daughter (The Wedding Planner's Daughter #1)
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Twelve-year-old Willa Havisham is a classics reader, a cherry-cordial eater, and quite possibly the world's worst wisher. But when she and her glamorous single mother, Stella, move to Bramble, Cape Cod, Willa's wishes begin to come true: She makes her first-ever best friend, Tina. She bonds with... show more
Twelve-year-old Willa Havisham is a classics reader, a cherry-cordial eater, and quite possibly the world's worst wisher. But when she and her glamorous single mother, Stella, move to Bramble, Cape Cod, Willa's wishes begin to come true: She makes her first-ever best friend, Tina. She bonds with her hip, candy-making Nana. And best of all, steely Stella is falling for Willa's English teacher, Sam -- he's perfect dad material! But before Willa can marry off her mother, or dance with her adorable crush, Joseph, a pit gets stuck in the wishing well.... Can Willa undo the damage before Stella misses her chance to say "I do"?
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781416918547 (141691854X)
ASIN: 141691854X
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
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corinepublico
corinepublico rated it
5.0 The Wedding Planner's Daughter (The Wedding Planner's Daughter #1)
It set the story straight since I read the 2nd and 3rd book before this first book. It filled the parts that where missing in the story. It is also a great story as the other books
Sparkles and Lightning
Sparkles and Lightning rated it
4.0 The Wedding Planner's Daughter (Wedding Planner's Daughter Series #1)
The Wedding Planner's Daughter is a very good read for anyone at any age. It is encouraging in its message and strong and hopeful. It teaches about learning to love again, getting over loss, and moving on. It also has a simpler message. That sadness is more powerful than we give it credit for.
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