Second Chances (Everyday Angel, #2)
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Second Chances (Everyday Angel #2)

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Meet a guardian angel like no other, from a writer like no other. Bold, rising star Victoria Schwab returns with the second book in this whimsical, inspiring, and clever middle-grade series.

There's more to Aria than meets the eye. She's a guardian angel. And to earn her wings, she'll have to help three different girls. . . .

This time, Aria comes to Caroline Mason. At her a...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published August 26th 2014 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Aria is faced with a challenge in this book. Two best friends Caroline and Lily are no longer friends. Lily wanted to play a mean prank on the new girl at school and Caroline stopped it, sort of. However, since Caroline had interfered with Lily's plans, she had then became the newest target to the meanness that Lily was able to dish out. Lily decided to become Caroline's worst enemy and to have the whole school freeze her out. Aria has to decide how best to help both Caroline and Lily in this ne...more
Review to go live on 08/22/2014 over at Cherry Blossoms and Maple Syrup!

Huge thank you to Scholastic and Netgalley for this ARC!

I was completely smitten with the first book of this series. Aria was completely loveable and believable as this guardian angel sent to help people with their life affecting problems, and this next instalment focuses on a popular topic that has been circulating middle grade and YA fiction for awhile: bullying. It’s a tough topic to handle, but I feel like Schwab writes...more
Loved this better than the last. I am really impressed with how Victoria Schwab is handling her MG series. She tackles on realistic issues girls in middle school, or even high school, sometimes have to face. I am very glad I got my little sister reading this series, and I think every young girl should do the same.
i love your first book and i want this one and i cant wait for the third!
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i think when i read this book then it will be awsome!!!
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Victoria is the product of a British mother, a Beverly Hills father, and a southern upbringing. Because of this, she has been known to say "tom-ah-toes," "like," and "y'all."

She also tells stories.

She loves fairy tales, and folklore, and stories that make her wonder if the world is really as it seems.
More about Victoria Schwab...
The Archived (The Archived, #1) The Near Witch (The Near Witch, #1) The Unbound (The Archived, #2) The Ash-Born Boy (The Near Witch, #0.5) New Beginnings (Everyday Angel, #1)

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