Mel Beeby Agent Angel) Paperback – August 1, 2008.
Mel Beeby Agent Angel) Paperback – August 1, 2008. by. Annie Dalton (Author).
Melanie Beeby, the time-travelling, trouble-shooting angel, is sent on a mission to Shakespearean England to make sure the world doesn't lose out on one of the men of the . Used availability for Annie Dalton's Losing the Plot.
Melanie Beeby, the time-travelling, trouble-shooting angel, is sent on a mission to Shakespearean England to make sure the world doesn't lose out on one of the men of the millennium. She has now passed her exams, but is not always happy - she is homesick for her life and her mum back on earth. Genre: Young Adult Fantasy.
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Praise for MEL BEEBY: "Bright, sassy and adventurous" Daily Express Praise for LOSING THE PLOT: "The book is a glossy package, the writing hip and current, but the story has integrity, substance and depth. uk readers: "I can't wait until the next ANGELS UNLIMITED book comes out!" "The cover is really cool and so is the story!" "This is such a lovely book.
Destination, rates & speeds. 3. Losing the Plot (Mel Beeby, Agent Angel). Published by Harper Collins Children's Books (2001).
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Authors: Annie Dalton. I was scared our humans might be in danger. I tried telling Lola, but she didn’t want to know. Could you drop it, Mel? she pleaded. I want to get home, have a couple of hours’ sleep, then grab my dancing shoes! Hey, I can’t wait to go to that new place, The Babylon Cafe. When Lollie starts babbling, like a girl who’s had too many mochaccinos, it’s her way of saying, I’m freaking out inside, but I can’t talk about it yet, OK? So it was a big relief when the door slid open and rays of lovely celestial. light flooded in. I can’t wait to tell Michael, Lola bubbled.
Losing the Plot by Annie Dalton (Paperback, 2001). I've not read a book by Annie before. It's written in a very 'chatty' 'friendly' style. Brand new: lowest price. All listings for this product. It's quite a short book, with an intriguing, 'different' plot. I recommend it (especially for teenagers and young adults).
Annie Dalton Losing the Plot.
When Mel Beeby is sent on an urgent angelic mission back to her old school, she is thrilled at the thought of seeing her family and friends. But when she catches up with her three best mates, she’s bewildered at how much they’ve changed. There are worse shocks to come. When the Agency sends newbie angel Mel and her two best mates off to sixteenth century London to rescue a troublesome teenage trio, she starts to wonder if they’re worth the effort. Then Mel’s cosmic enemy Brice shows up and suddenly disaster strikes.
Losing the Plot book. Once Mel was just an ordinary teenager. Now she's a time-traveling angel. Now she's a time-traveling. When the Agency sends her and her two best mates off to sixteenth-century London to rescue a troublesome teenage trio, Mel has to wonder if they're worth the effort. What's so special about these three? Then disaster strikes, and Mel had better act fast.