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Angel's mother's baby / Judy Delton ; illustrated by Margot Apple.

Delton, Judy. (Author). Apple, Margot, (ill.).

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Ansonia Public Library J. DELTON, JUDY (Text to phone) 34045073779147 Juvenile Paperback Available -
Derby Neck Library J DEL (Text to phone) 34046059288624 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Lebanon Middle School FIC DEL (Text to phone) 33431000009758 Fiction Available -

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Twelve-year-old Angel has adjusted to her mother's remarriage and believes that she and her younger brother Rags now live in the perfect family, until she discovers that her mother is going to have another baby.
Target Audience Note:
4.5 Follett Library Resources
Study Program Information Note:
Accelerated Reader AR 4.3 3.0 5204
Subject: Babies > Fiction.
Brothers and sisters > Fiction.
Remarriage > Fiction.
Family life > Fiction.

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Angel's Mother's Baby
Angel's Mother's Baby
by Delton, Judy; Apple, Margot (Illustrator)
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Angel's Mother's Baby

Judy Delton was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on May 6, 1931. She graduated from a special two-year teachers' program offered through the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul during teacher shortages. She left teaching elementary school to write in order to stay home and raise her four children. During her lifetime, she wrote more than 200 books for young readers including the Pee Wee Scouts series, the Kitty series, and the Angel series. She also wrote a handbook entitled The 29 Most Common Writing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them. She conducted writing workshops in her home and wrote a column for Once Upon A Time, a St. Paul newsletter for aspiring authors of children's books. She died of a blood infection on December, 31 2001 at the age of 70. (Bowker Author Biography)

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