Wish Upon a Sleepover (Paperback)

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Bestselling author Suzanne Selfors brings heart and humor to Wish Upon a Sleepover, a middle-grade novel about a group of misfits who find true friendship where they least expect it.

Five misfits. One magical wish.

Leilani dreams of being friends with the most popular girls in her class—the Haileys—who are always throwing awesome themed sleepovers. She devises a master plan: throw her own sleepover of the century and invite them!

When Tutu, her grandmother, accidentally mails Leilani’s invitations to the DO NOT INVITE list, the best sleepover in the history of the world becomes the worst. Instead of the Haileys, the only guests are the three kids Leilani definitely did not want to show up: the neighbor who never speaks, the girl who draws mean pictures of her, and her farting older cousin. At least her best friend August will be there.

Leilani and her guests decide to make Tutu’s recipe for Sleepover Soup, which requires each of them to collect one ingredient that has significant meaning in their lives. They embark on a scavenger hunt that reveals unexpected surprises. What Leilani finds is not what she wanted, but it might just be even better.

An Imprint Book

"Big-hearted, fast-paced, and funny." —Kim Baker, author of Pickle

"Equal parts heartbreaking, hopeful and hilarious. It’s impossible not to cheer for these unlikely heroes" —Sara Nickerson, author of The Secrets of Blueberries, Brothers, Moose & Me

"Anyone who’s ever felt different from the crowd will relish this story of kids who find the magic of being their own unique selves—together." —Sundee T. Frazier, author of the Coretta Scott King Award-winner Brendan Buckley's Universe and Everything In It and the Cleo Edison Oliver series

"Huzzah for Suzanne Selfors! By turns humorous and poignant, this terrific book was impossible to put down." —Suzanne Williams, coauthor of the Goddess

About the Author


Suzanne Selfors is a best-selling, award-winning author of over thirty books for young readers, including Wish Upon a Sleepover and Fortune’s Magic Farm. She held a number of jobs before becoming a writer, including children's photographer, video producer, organic flower grower, and marketing director. She lives in Washington.

Praise For…


"Equal parts heartbreaking, hopeful and hilarious. It’s impossible not to cheer for these unlikely heroes" —Sara Nickerson, author of The Secrets of Blueberries, Brothers, Moose & Me

"Anyone who’s ever felt different from the crowd will relish this story of kids who find the magic of being their own unique selves—together." —Sundee T. Frazier, author of the Coretta Scott King Award-winner Brendan Buckley's Universe and Everything In It and the Cleo Edison Oliver series

"Huzzah for Suzanne Selfors! By turns humorous and poignant, this terrific book was impossible to put down." —Suzanne Williams, coauthor of the Goddess



Product Details
ISBN: 9781250308740
ISBN-10: 1250308747
Publisher: Square Fish
Publication Date: January 15th, 2019
Pages: 240
Language: English

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