Madison and GA (My Guardian Angel) Tale of the Messed Up Talent Show

Madison and GA (My Guardian Angel) Tale of the Messed Up Talent Show

by Melissa Perry Moraja

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Madison Wunderkind is a sweet, honest girl, who always seems to find herself in trouble with the principal. But this time she's not alone. It all started three days earlier, when Sophia, the most popular fifth-grade girl at Gator Elementary, asked Madison to hang out and plan this year's talent show. Instantly, Madison had become Little Miss Popular. But what Madison soon discovered was that being Little Miss Popular wasn't all it was cracked up to be. Her best friends were ignoring her. Her brothers were angry at her. And her guardian angel, GA, was irritated by her snobbish attitude. And if things couldn't get more messed up for Madison, everything that could go wrong at the talent show did, sparking Principal Dimples to find out why! Find out what happens at Gator Elementary's Talent Show. Will GA be able to help Madison? Or will Madison become Little Miss Lonely? Also, Try and find one of GA's feathers in each picture! Target age 6 - 12 years old.

The Wunderkind Family series is a collection of humorous, modern-fantasy stories, each told by one of the four whimsical Wunderkind sibling characters, about what it’s like growing up as a kid with extraordinary abilities in Boring Brook!

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940148958116
Publisher: Melissa Productions, Inc.
Publication date: 11/13/2013
Series: The Wunderkind Family , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 156
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

Melissa Perry Moraja, Founder of Melissa Productions, Inc., is an entrepreneurial mom, a multifaceted, business woman, and a creative producer, authoring and illustrating numerous modern-fantasy children's books and self-help books. She has written articles (Color and Its Affect), been
interviewed on television (The Daily Balance Show-discussing How to Raise Creative Children), spoken in front of hundreds of people (Southern Women’s Show), and successfully achieved two degrees (undergraduate degree in finance and graduate degree in marketing - both summa cum laude).

Melissa believes in family and raising children in a creative, loving, and inspirational environment. She herself has four young children (10 year old boy, 9 year old boy/girl twins, and a two year old) that have truly helped her continue seeing the world through a child’s eyes—pure creative imagination! In 2007, Melissa made a decision to leave her six-salary career at IBM to become a full-
time mom, while pursuing her passion as a modern-fantasy children's author, speaker, and consultant.

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