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Books with author Marie Wilcox

  • Ten Little Teddy Bears

    Marie Wilcox

    Board book (Brimax Books Ltd, Jan. 1, 1996)
    Ten little teddy bearsWalking in a lineOne decides to fly his kiteThat leaves only nine.
    E
  • Ten Little Monkeys: Counting Book

    Marie Wilcox

    Hardcover (Brimax Bks., Jan. 1, 1985)
    Ten little monkeys meet a friend. Who says "The water's fine!". One stays to share a show - bath. So now there are just nine.
  • The Hollywood Sisters: Star Quality

    Mary Wilcox

    language (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, March 25, 2009)
    Fashionista. Comedian. Thief?Brand-new school, brand-new me? Try again. Having a famous sister doesn’t make me special at my posh Beverly Hills academy. But I am getting a lot of attention. Photos are disappearing faster than MTV swag bags from my classmates’ lockers–and blaming the new girl is the reaction du jour. I can't bother my almost-boyfriend Jeremy with my problems–and solving Project Photo Frame-Up is only one of them. The rest of my schedule: convincing my friends that I’m not a kleptomaniac, helping Eva nail her Serious Actress audition, and doing Jeremy a favor that makes my brain hurt. Is a Hollywood ending in sight? Not. Even. Close.
  • The Hollywood Sisters: Truth or Dare

    Mary Wilcox

    language (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, March 5, 2009)
    Only in L.A. would a school internship involve celebrity guest stars and hitting your mark. Acting is not my thing (can you say shy spasm?) . . . but mysteries are. I’m working as an extra on my sister’s latest movie, and legend has it that the mansion we’re filming in is haunted. With disappearing paintings, a glowing ghost, and Eva acting possessed (by love?), I’m starting to believe the stories are true!Chills. Thrills. Things that go bump in the night. Is my jinx on overdrive or have I stepped into a real-life horror flick?
  • The Hollywood Sisters: Backstage Pass

    Mary Wilcox

    language (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, May 4, 2009)
    Lights. Camera. Backstabbing.My sister, Eva, just hit the big time as a TV teen–but the big time is hitting back. Someone on the set is planting lies about her in the gossip columns. Can I crack the case before Eva becomes just another falling star?My camera is trained on two jealous actresses, one kick-butt publicist, and the boy next door (well, he plays one on TV). No one is playing their part as expected. As it turns out . . . not even me.
  • The Hollywood Sisters: On Location

    Mary Wilcox

    eBook (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, March 25, 2009)
    Real life isn't reel life, right? At least that's what Jeremy Jones tried to tell me after his red carpet smoochfest with Paige.Not. Buying. It.Besides, I'm too busy drinking in all the local color (from Mayan ruins to Cheeseheads!) as part of my sister E's entourage . . . and digging deep to find out who's behind the mysterious mishaps on the Two Sisters set. Because all roads seem to be leading back to (big gulp) . . . yours truly.
  • The Hollywood Sisters: Caught on Tape

    Mary Wilcox

    language (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, Feb. 19, 2009)
    JEREMY. :) ALEX. :( HEATHCLIFF?Now that we're living in Hollywood, Eva thinks anything is possible - including casting the part of my boyfriend! As for the players: one's an actor (bad sign), one's a snobby rich kid (worse sign), and one doesn't even exist (stop sign). Guess who my sister picked?
  • Crocodile sister

    Maz Wilcox

    eBook
    Troy thinks his sister is turning into a crocodile! Can he save her?A humorous tale of fairies, witches and snails, that will leave you laughing and touch your heart.
  • The Hollywood Sisters: Truth or Dare

    Mary Wilcox

    Paperback (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, March 10, 2009)
    Only in L.A. would a school internship involve celebrity guest stars and hitting your mark. Acting is not my thing (can you say shy spasm?) . . . but mysteries are. I’m working as an extra on my sister’s latest movie, and legend has it that the mansion we’re filming in is haunted. With disappearing paintings, a glowing ghost, and Eva acting possessed (by love?), I’m starting to believe the stories are true!Chills. Thrills. Things that go bump in the night. Is my jinx on overdrive or have I stepped into a real-life horror flick?
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  • The Hollywood Sisters: Star Quality

    Mary Wilcox

    (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, March 11, 2008)
    Fashionista. Comedian. Thief?Brand-new school, brand-new me? Try again. Having a famous sister doesn’t make me special at my posh Beverly Hills academy. But I am getting a lot of attention. Photos are disappearing faster than MTV swag bags from my classmates’ lockers–and blaming the new girl is the reaction du jour. I can't bother my almost-boyfriend Jeremy with my problems–and solving Project Photo Frame-Up is only one of them. The rest of my schedule: convincing my friends that I’m not a kleptomaniac, helping Eva nail her Serious Actress audition, and doing Jeremy a favor that makes my brain hurt. Is a Hollywood ending in sight? Not. Even. Close.
  • The Hollywood Sisters: Backstage Pass

    Mary Wilcox

    Paperback (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, Aug. 22, 2006)
    Lights. Camera. Backstabbing.My sister, Eva, just hit the big time as a TV teen–but the big time is hitting back. Someone on the set is planting lies about her in the gossip columns. Can I crack the case before Eva becomes just another falling star?My camera is trained on two jealous actresses, one kick-butt publicist, and the boy next door (well, he plays one on TV). No one is playing their part as expected. As it turns out . . . not even me.
    W
  • The Hollywood Sisters: Caught on Tape

    Mary Wilcox

    Paperback (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, Sept. 11, 2007)
    JEREMY. :) ALEX. :( HEATHCLIFF?Now that we're living in Hollywood, Eva thinks anything is possible - including casting the part of my boyfriend! As for the players: one's an actor (bad sign), one's a snobby rich kid (worse sign), and one doesn't even exist (stop sign). Guess who my sister picked?
    Y