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The Girl Who Has Everything

Library Talk: "...While Lemony Snicket fans may be drawn to this book in search of yet another tale of orphan woe, they'll find a coming of age story told with insight and humor. ...Phoebe's journey is much more than a change of scenery -- it's a change of heart. Recommended."

Kirkus: "This brief, lighter-than-air tale is both amusing and engaging... Fluffy and fun, with just the right touch of message."

Children's Literature: "Young readers will enjoy Phoebe's antics and her unusual turn of mind."

Booklist: "Phoebe's first-person narrative carries the farce of the Cinderella-in-reverse scenario."

Spectrum Home and School Network: "[This novel] is filled with exaggeration and middle-grade humor, and gently demonstrates that stepmothers can be all right if you give them a chance."

Childhood Eduction: "Follow Phoebe as she realizes that [her stepmother] is not the enemy and that it is important to have caring friends and family."

Arizona Daily Star: "Phoebe is very good at getting rid of wicked stepmothers."

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Phoebe Marchant isn't your average poor little orphan. In fact, as heiress to her father's fortune, she may be the richest twelve-year-old in America.

But life isn't always easy for Phoebe. Along with Poppy's fortune, she's inherited a big problem, Vicki-with-two-i's, the last and luckiest in her long string of stepmother.

Luckily, Phoebe's a professional when it comes to getting rid of unwanted stepmothers. She's also used to getting her own way. But Vicki comes equipped with her own set of tricks and has a different idea about what it means to be "The Girl Who Has Everything." Do this wicked stepmother and her conniving orphan charge have more to learn from each other than they realize?

Jennifer J. Stewart

Tucson, United States

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