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The Trouble with Cupid

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On the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association YA Top Forty list for 2008

What does Erin Morris have to do to get the school's most popular hottie, Zach Cameron, to ask her out?

When a dog food company announces a competition for the "new face of Cheesebarkers" TV ad campaign, a school committee forms to find a school mascot and train it so they can win the prize money fo
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Paperback, 251 pages
Published February 11th 2008 by Fitzhenry & Whiteside
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Rhiannon20
Jan 13, 2011 rated it really liked it
This book was so cute! I liked it a lot. It's all about this seemingly untrainible bulldog named Cupid who is competing to be the face of a dog food company. The main character, Erin, has to train him, and the school will get 5,000 dollars, evryone will consider her a hero, and, most importantly, she'll get the guy of her dreams. But he - and the dog food company - aren't what they seem, and Erin has to make a discision...
Marielle Ruth
Sep 14, 2011 rated it really liked it
1. A book with a female protagonist

2. The front picture is so cute. Recommendation from a friend

3. Erin Moris had a major crush on Zach Cameron. Everything was so nice, funny and cute. I liked it a lot

4. I CANNOT THINK OF ANYTHING THAT I DID NOT LIKE IN THAT CUTE BOOK.

5. Perfect for teen girls(and boys)especially for those who like to read books about crushes
Hannah
Jan 12, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: done-reading
i love this book..........i read it over 2 times repeating.................this is for teens...but everyone should read it!!!!!!!!!!
Mollie
Apr 13, 2016 rated it liked it
Meh. Didn't love it, didn't hate it. Lots of filler that wasn't really needed.
Rae Whitler
Aug 13, 2015 rated it really liked it
11 year old me FREAKING LOVED this duology! 15 year old me still remembers it fondly.

SCREW YOU ZACH CAMERON! :)
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Mar 05, 2014 rated it liked it
it is fun and gets a little in the middle when they are training the bulldog cupid, the rest is good.
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Marilyn
Aug 25, 2008 rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: 5th - 7th grade girls
Cute. Perfect for tweens especially those who like to read first crush books.
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