The Headless Cupid

The Headless Cupid

Book - 1971
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Life is never quite the same again for eleven-year-old David after the arrival of his new stepsister, a student of the occult
Publisher: New York, Atheneum, 1971
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: JF Sny
Characteristics: 203 p. illus. 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Raible, Alton 1918-

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fillups May 24, 2012

A wonderfully funny book about two families learning to live together. The book is a wonderful blend of the supernatural and realism. The Stanley family welcomes their stepsister Amanda who shows up with a chip on her shoulder and an interest in the occult. The Stanley children are fascinated especially when Amanda's interest gets them drawn into a mystery AND reveals that they have some magic of their own.
Snyder is a wonderful author and her books are all worth pursuing and reading.

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Fatima Almalki
Jun 24, 2010

an AMAZING book is "william.s and the great escape" which is also by this author

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PimaLib_ErikaJ May 06, 2015

A group of siblings meet their odd new stepsister for the first time... and she's an actual witch!

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