Other books byCecilia Galante
Little Wings #5: Willa Bean to the Rescue!
Cecilia Galante's sweet series about a lovable curly-haired cupid swoops down to London in book #5. Willa Bean is having a moody Moonday. School is closed, Harpers's not around, and Mama can't do anything now—only later. Then Daddy whispers to her—she can go down to Earth with him! Earth! Wolla-wolla-wing-wang! Willa Bean has never been there before! She just has to promise to be good. And her arrows are only for pretending. No problem, Willa Bean thinks. But then she spots a bully picking on a poor little orange-haired boy. Watch out, Earth! It's Willa Bean to the rescue!
Little Wings #3: Star-Bubble Trouble
Cecilia Galante's sweet series about a lovable curly-haired cupid soars on in book #3. A cloud trip, Willa Bean's class is going on a cloud trip! It's not just any cloud trip either. They're going to Cloud Nine! Willa Bean needs to get ready, but things are all crazy-daisy around her house. Her baby brother Louie's favorite toy, a red rubber star-bubble ball, is missing. He's crying. He's wailing. His eyes are all red and puffy. All Willa Bean has to do is forget Baby Louie for a day. But she can't, no matter how hard she tries. Baby Louie's star-bubble trouble is turning into a big black cloud over her cloud trip! From the Trade Paperback edition.
Little Wings #4: The One and Only Willa Bean
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!
The Summer of May
Now in paperback, a moving novel of loss and resilience, told in a voice that is âsometimes humorous, at times heartbreaking, and always authenticâ (School Library Journal). Twelve-year-old May lives with her grandmother, who is depressed about the absence of Mayâs mother, and her father, who works long hours and is almost never around. Due to her circumstance and her resentment over having to live in a low-income neighborhood, May often finds herself picking fights and getting into trouble. But when May is caught defacing her least favorite teacherâs classroom, she has a choice: expulsion or one-on-one summer school with the teacher she most detests. Begrudgingly, May chooses summer school and ultimately learns that her teacher has a secret pastâand might just hold the key to answers no one else will give May about her mother.