Dreaded Dinner Party

Release Date: Late 2018/ Early 2019

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Genre: Children’s Middle-grade light humor/ adventure

Summary:

Who’s tired of her dinner party-throwing parents? Curi Andrews is.

Nothing is set to change until a party sabotage and a nasty couple challenges her parents’ reputation.

It’s up to Curi to stop them!

Of course, she’s going to eat some delicious food along the way.

Who will help her? Maybe the mischievous traveler Mister Wolfeman or the ambitious Ophelia?

You will love this debut, middle-grade novel with diverse characters, light humor, and a homeschooled, strong female protagonist.

Characters:

Curi Andrews

 

Aucuria “Curi” Andrews, the main character, is a quiet and overly polite but opinionated young teen, growing up in a two-parent, African-American home with an older brother. She’s trying to learn to speak her mind more instead of shrinking back in uncomfortable situations. She also has to learn the hard way about idolizing people.

 

 

 

 

Cooleo playing ViolinCornelius “Cooleo” NoLastName is a laid-back yet snarky boy who tries to appear much cooler than he is to his own dismay. He has a quick temper that flares when he easily becomes embarrassed.

Toki Kisaragi, an Asian-American teen, is a super jolly and fun-loving dude with no filter. Curi thinks she has him figured out, but he keeps surprising her.

Wolfeman is a cocky, pompous young man with an unusually flowery way of speech. He’s a free-spirit that loves traveling the world, but recently due to a series of events has been anchored home and forced to pick-up a desk-job.

Victorine-Ophelia “Ophelia” is a young woman (around 20’s) who is everything Curi aspires to be. She is confident, intelligent, and beautiful. Ophelia isn’t afraid to do whatever she needs to succeed or be happy.

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