A Little More to Love (Sweet Dreams #221)
Although Laini Olindorf is beautiful and intelligent, she is 15 pounds overweight, and she feels like a lump. Convinced that boys only date thin girls, Laini has just about given up on romance. Then she meets Frank, who seems to like her just the way she is. Just as she's falling in love, Frank's attractive and thin former girlfriend walks back into his life. . . .
Paperback, 160 pages
Published November 1st 1994 by Bantam Books for Young Readers
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This book is cute and subtle in many ways. Many cynics might criticize it, but it's sure not bland for my taste. I fell in love with this book, particularly because it's well-written, clear in form and has a story that will leave you smiling after you close the book. And if those things weren't enough, I can sure sum up this whole review in one word: I LOVED IT. This book showed me that you can find affection in whatever form, shape and size you are. I recommend this to the people who want to ge...more
Arlene Erlbach is the author of more than forty books for young people — both fiction and non fiction. Her first book and first try at writing Does Your Nose Get in The Way, Too? won a Romance Writers of America Award for best Young Adult novel of the year. Her interviews and advice books The Best Friends Book, The Families Book, are recipients of Parent’s Choice awards. “Voice of Youth Advocates...moreMore about Arlene Erlbach...