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Product NameTwo Naughty Angels: Round The Rainbow
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AuthorMary Hooper
Page Count96
BindingPaperback
Published01/21/2008
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Long DescriptionThe angels are shooting back to heaven on a rescue mission to snatch back Sister Bertha, who was spirited away before her time. Not content with rescuing nuns, the angels must also single-handedly save St. Winifred’s School from ruin by winning a talent competition. But can the angels be stars, and will horrible Marcy try to sabotage their plans?
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