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SPU Bundle U13

SPU Bundle U13

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Peruse the April 2013 Small Press United book catalog, with titles for any reader, from children and teens to adults. Featuring books on careers, philosophy, cooking and more.
Peruse the April 2013 Small Press United book catalog, with titles for any reader, from children and teens to adults. Featuring books on careers, philosophy, cooking and more.

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Published by: Independent Publishers Group on Jun 28, 2013
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Camellia the FabulousFlower Girl
Lynelle WoolleyIllustrations by Karen Wolcott
Childrens: Picture Books/Weddings,Ages 5–7, Grades K–232 Pages, 8.5 x 11.2532 Color Illustrations, Four-color Interior Cloth, $16.99 (CAN $18.95)ISBN: 9780983311621Markelle Media, LLCAvailableU13. 1-24Boasting engaging storylines and vibrant illustra-tions, the Flower Girl World series moves beyondhow to be a flower girl by highlighting themesof friendship, leadership, and acceptance. Theempowered, sassy Camellia and her friends arestrong central characters who continue to growthrough their experiences, and they will appealto any girl with dreams and determination.Camellia Azalea Gardenia Bloom thinks she knowseverything about being a flower girl. She candance down the aisle, smile in a special way, anddrop petals in a perfect path behind her. There’sonly one problem—Cami has never been in awedding before. That changes when her Aunt Bellapops the question and asks Camellia to be her flower girl. Cami is thrilled, until she discovers therewill be two other girls joining her down the aisle.Now this little girl has a big dilemma: should sheforce the other girls to play by her rules or join inthe fabulous flower girl fun?
“For any little girl asked to be a flower girl in a wed-ding—or who dreams of the role.” — 
Newsday$20,000 marketing budget; co-op availableAuthor tour to include Chicago, Cincinnati,Denver, and Los Angeles (Summer/Fall)Mom’s Choice Silver Award WinnerLynelle Woolley
is an award-winning entertainmentcreative executive who has held senior positions atboth MGM and New Line Cinema. She has beenfeatured in
Newsday
,
 Mom Talk Radio
,
Today’s
mom blog, and many more print and online newsoutlets. She lives in Los Angeles.
Karen Wolcott
is anaccomplished illustrator of several children’s booksfor Scholastic, Running Press, and Penguin, andsuch brands as American Girl and Barbie. She livesin Omaha, Nebraska.
•According to various sources (including theU.S. Census Bureau), 2.3 million couples wedevery year in the U.S., which breaks down tonearly 6,200 weddings a day•The most popular month for weddings is June,followed by August, July, and September
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Camellia the Fabulous Flower Girl
Small Press United
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814 North Franklin Street Chicago, Illinois 60610 USA 312 337 0747 www.smallpressunited.com

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