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Angels Inc.

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Wendy and Zachary decide to form a club to help their neighbors and come up with the name Angel's Inc. Their first mission is to help an old woman across the street. The do just that, but it turns out she didn't actually want to cross the road. Then they paint a neighbor's shed--a horrid color. Their next good deed is to watch Mrs. Haddock's dog while she goes shopping for ...more
Paperback, 71 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by Tradewind Books (first published October 2008)
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Jul 24, 2009 Shel added it
McBay, B. (2008). Angles Inc. Vancouver: Tradewink Books.


After feeling truly happy one day in her neighborhood, Wendy decides she wants everyone to be as happy as she is. Enlisting the help of her reluctant friend Zach, she decides to regularly help people in different ways whether they want her help or not. While the number of angry neighbors begins to add up, Wendy and Zach become more dedicated to their cause, forming Angels Inc. and planning to help someone each week. Little do
Jan 09, 2012 Katie rated it it was ok
Plucky Wendy and her friend Zachary are spending a sunny spring day together when they notice their crabby neighbor, Mrs. Creech. Wendy, who “wanted everyone in the world to be as happy as she was right now,” decides to help the elderly Mrs. Creech cross the street. The problem is that Mrs. Creech doesn’t want to cross the street, and protests the whole way. Thus begins Angels Inc., Wendy’s and Zachary’s well meaning attempts to help people who don’t want their help.[return]The premise is a good ...more
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Bruce McBay has collaborated with James Heneghan on four books, two of which were published under the pen name B.J. Bond.

As teachers, McBay and Heneghan were both interested in writing books for reluctant readers.

McBay is the department head of Learning Support Staff at a Burnaby Secondary School.
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