Cotton Candy Wishes: A Swirl Novel

Cotton Candy Wishes: A Swirl Novel

by Kristina Springer

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ISBN-13: 9781510739260
Publisher: Sky Pony
Publication date: 01/02/2019
Series: Swirl Series , #6
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 344,603
Product dimensions: 5.19(w) x 7.62(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Kristina Springer is the author of Cici Reno #MiddleSchoolMatchmaker (Sterling Children's); My Fake Boyfriend Is Better Than Yours (Macmillan/FSG), a Scholastic Book Club Bestseller and 2012 YALSA Quick Pick book; The Espressologist (Macmillan,/FSG), a 2010 Society of School Librarians International Honor Book and 2014 Illinois Reads Book that has been purchased for film by Michael Eisner's Vuguru; and Just Your Average Princess (Macmillan/FSG). She has a Masters in Writing from DePaul University and resides in a suburb of Chicago with her husband and children.

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Cotton Candy Wishes: A Swirl Novel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 6 days ago
After a crushing disappointment when no one comes to her birthday party, Taylor is down in the dumps and wishes desperately to be popular. She gets her chance when her family has to move and she falls in with the popular girl at her new school. However, popularity isn’t all it is made out to be. She will have to choose between being her true self and finding true friends or throwing it all away to stay popular. I had fun reading this book. It comes across with a good message about true friendships and accepting yourself for who you are. I have to add the ending left me with a smile and I think everyone of all ages will enjoy this book. Cotton Candy Wishes is a standalone novel in the Swirl series. Final Rating: 5 Stars I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
4GranJan 11 days ago
Growing Up in Middle School This is a good story about a young girl learning about true friends and real popularity. There is the expected amount of tween angst, but it is nicely done. The tale of values and true friendship is one that everyone goes through, eventually. The book is very well done, not 'preachy' and an enjoyable read for all ages. I will watch for more of this author's work.