I'm with Cupid

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Sourcebooks Young Readers
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5.4 X 7.6 X 0.8 inches | 0.55 pounds

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About the Author

Anna Staniszewski lives outside of Boston with her husband and an adorably crazy dog. She was named the Boston Public Library's 2006-2007 Writer-in-Residence and a winner of the 2009 PEN New England Discovery Award. When she's not writing, Anna spends her time teaching, reading, and not cleaning her house. Visit her at www.annastan.com.


"As always, Staniszewski provides a deft mix of comedy and sensitive, deeper themes, making her book not only entertaining, but one that offers wisdom. She knows where to mine the humor from middle school life but does not sacrifice her characterizations for easy laughs. Light--but not lightweight--fun for preteens." -- Kirkus Reviews
" A cute and mild love story with a dash of supernatural charm that dives a little deeper with its exploration of death and love." -- School Library Journal
"Staniszewski works tween humor very well, and if this is any indication, readers are in for a wild and hilarious ride from upcoming installments in the Switched at First Kiss series." -- Booklist
"Lena is a reaper. When people are about to die, she touches them and sends them on their way. Marcus is a cupid. When he touches people, they fall in love. Lena and Marcus are both at the same eighth grade party when Connie pushes them into a closet and dares them to kiss. But this is no ordinary first kiss--it's electric, and now Lena is a cupid and Marcus is a reaper. What follows is chaos at its funniest. This is the start of a new series that promises to be great fun!" -- Shelf Awareness
"The story is a cute twist on Freaky Friday and the trouble the two find themselves in is laughably funny. Though alternately heartbreaking and humorous, this is a great romance story for tweens and teens, who want something lighthearted, fun, and magical." -- San Francisco Book Review