2 edition of Edwina found in the catalog.
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Edwina a creepy horror book all about a little girl seeking foster care and is taken in by Marie-Therese who already has a further 2 children Ida and Sebastian.
A gripping, Edwina book to put down book about a town destroyed in one night by a little girl but no one knows this. A great ending/5(). In this book there is a dinosaur, Edwina, who is loved by the entire community.
There is one boy, however, who does not understand why no one else understands that dinosaurs are extinct. No one will listen to him about it, and they really don't care anyways, because Edwina is so amazing/5().
Edwina Fort’s stories are amazing. She writes with such brilliant detail, it feels like I am watching a movie, rather than reading a book. Sure, her books are called romance novels, but they are so much more than that.
Her stories are funny, adventurous, and suspenseful. I could read them over and over again. Edwina is a girl who is disfigured, unwanted, unloved, and tossed from foster home to foster home, and sometimes at the state ran shelter in between homes. She also seems to have a demon living inside of her, who controls her every thought and This is an excellent horror story/5.
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For, as much as it portrays a woman, Edwina Mountbatten: A Life of Her Own evokes a world that has fled. Edwina, The Dinosaur Who Didn't Know She Was Extinct by Mo Williams is a great book to read aloud to younger students, probably preschool age.
The story is about a dinosaur named Edwina, who is friends with everyone in the school and neighborhood. She bakes cookies for everyone, helps with errands, and is just a great friend/5.