Book Reviews of The Wedding Planner's Daughter

The Wedding Planner's Daughter
The Wedding Planner's Daughter
Author: Coleen Murtagh Paratore
ISBN-13: 9780439828451
ISBN-10: 0439828457
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 200
Rating:
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
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4.4 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
The book was a great book. It was happiness and sadness and anger. but at the the end everything came together for Willa Havisham and her mom and her grandma. Well they lived in bramble, Cap Code willa plays a little match making for her mom. who at the time does not notice a thing that is going on. willa loves reading and gets her grandma together with the bookshop keeper. Willa's mom is known as the wedding planner. Every wedding her mom does she has 12 secert ingridents but Willa takes it to her self to add the 13th secert ingrident. but everything goes wrong when the bride goes crazy at her wedding.willa does not likes it when they have to move out of bramble to a place they have never been. Willa decides to leave and she does, to her favorite place. her grandma has some fun and so does her mom plus the new people in their life. I really liked this book and i hope you do to. but to figure out all that i just said you have to read the book.
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This book is about a young girl trying to throw her mother and her next door neighbor together, all the while having her own little romance as well.
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Reviewed by Harmony for TeensReadToo.com

Willa Havisham may be the only twelve-year-old who reads classics, eats cherry cordials, and just so happens to be the worst wisher in the world.

Her glamorous single mother, Stella, plans the most beautiful weddings and is constantly moving the two of them around. When they finally move back to Stella's childhood hometown of Bramble, Cape Cod, Willa begins to think her wishes are coming true. She's made her first-ever best friend, is bonding with her crazy Nana, and, best of all, Stella seems to be falling for Willa's English teacher -- who just happens to be perfect dad material.

But when, after a wedding disaster, Stella is ready to pack up and throw everyone out, how can Willa stop everything from going back to the way it was?

THE WEDDING PLANNER'S DAUGHTER was a book I'd been hearing about for awhile, so when the chance came up to review it, I was excited. It ended up being one of the most hilarious books I've read in quite some time. The characters, Willa especially, were so well-developed and real. I could understand Stella's hesitation but also Willa's determination. Everything in the book was well-thought out and easy to relate to.

I'll definitely be recommending this to my librarian and friends. Now I can't wait to read the sequel!
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This is a great book!
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12 year old Willa Havisham is a classics reader a cherry-cordial eater and quite possibly the world's worst wisher. But when she and her glamerous single mother stella move to Bramble Cape Cod, Willa's wishes begin to come true:she makes her first-ever best friend, bonds with her hip, candy-making Nana, and best of all steely stella is falling for Willa's English teacher, Sam! But before Willa can marry of her mother, or dance with her adorable crush Joe, a pit gets stuck in the wishing well.......Can Willa undo the damage?
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Reviewed by Harmony for TeensReadToo.com

Willa Havisham may be the only twelve-year-old who reads classics, eats cherry cordials, and just so happens to be the worst wisher in the world.

Her glamorous single mother, Stella, plans the most beautiful weddings and is constantly moving the two of them around. When they finally move back to Stella's childhood hometown of Bramble, Cape Cod, Willa begins to think her wishes are coming true. She's made her first-ever best friend, is bonding with her crazy Nana, and, best of all, Stella seems to be falling for Willa's English teacher -- who just happens to be perfect dad material.

But when, after a wedding disaster, Stella is ready to pack up and throw everyone out, how can Willa stop everything from going back to the way it was?

THE WEDDING PLANNER'S DAUGHTER was a book I'd been hearing about for awhile, so when the chance came up to review it, I was excited. It ended up being one of the most hilarious books I've read in quite some time. The characters, Willa especially, were so well-developed and real. I could understand Stella's hesitation but also Willa's determination. Everything in the book was well-thought out and easy to relate to.

I'll definitely be recommending this to my librarian and friends. Now I can't wait to read the sequel!
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after the wedding planners daughter,willa havishams, father dies the day after thier weddding, mrs. havishams heart falls apart. se is the wedding planner. from going to the movies without mom knowing to the thirteenth secret ingrident, willa knows all the tricks in the book. can she figure out a potion to get her mother married again?
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I didn't realize that this book was meant for a younger audience. I still enjoyed it, but it was pretty basic.
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Twelve year old Willa is a classics reader, a cherry-cordial eater and quite possibly the world's worst wisher. But when she and her glamorous single mother, Stella, move to Cape Cod Willa's wishes are beginning to come true....