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Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

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  • Children: Grades 4-6

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Open LibraryOL9832975M
ISBN 100613377893
ISBN 109780613377898

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Jun 05,  · Angela and Diabola are twins, but from the moment they enter the world -- one with a smile and the other with a vengeance -- they have nothing in common/5(13). The story of Angela and Diabola all begins when Mrs. Cuthertston-Jones gives birth to twins with completly different personalities, one of the twins was born an angel and was named Angela where as her twin sister was born a devil and was named tonyasgaapartments.coms: Jun 05,  · angela and diabola good and evil lynne reid reid banks book is really interesting read this book twins born mrs parents angel Showing of /5(13). LYNNE REID BANKS, bestselling author of the award-winning Indian in the Cupboard books, has created a darkly comic, modern classic tale of good and evil. As powerful as it is funny, ANGELA AND DIABOLA is a story that will speak to young readers on many levels. Twins Angela and Diabola come into the world as different as night and day/5(7).

Jun 23,  · The Cuthbertson-Joneses are surprised when the Mrs. has twins. But they are soon horrified when they discover that while one is perfectly good, the other is perfectly evil. Inadvertently named Angela and Diabola at the christening by the shocked minister, their natures are apparent from the moment of birth, 4/4. Editions for Angela and Diabola: (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in 1 Home My BooksAuthor: Lynne Reid Banks, Klaas Verplancke. Mar 19,  · Inadvertently named Angela and Diabola at the christening by the shocked minister, their natures are apparent from the moment of birth, when Angela coos and smiles beatifically, and Diabola nearly bites the nurse’s thumb off. Based on 2 reviews. The parents’ guide to what’s in this book. Now that is an ending with impact pun intended. Friday Fiction – Angela and Diabola. Submitter: The juvenile fiction collection at my library hasn’t been weeded in ages, but I do wonder about the person who decided to add a barcode to this book and then later update it with an RFID tag.

May 01,  · LYNNE REID BANKS, bestselling author of the award-winning Indian in the Cupboard books, has created a darkly comic, modern classic tale of good and evil. As powerful as it is funny, ANGELA AND DIABOLA is a story that will speak to young readers on many levels. Twins Angela and Diabola come into the world as different as night and day.5/5(5). From birth, Angela is the embodiment of goodness; people blissfully melt at the sight of her. Everyone loathes nasty, screaming, purple-faced Diabola: Her parents have to pay a pair of street bums to be her godparents, and the vicar is so startled by her mean little eyes that he drops her in the baptismal tonyasgaapartments.com: Lynne Reid Banks. Balancing Diabola's mischief are Angela's far less interesting (and more briefly described) acts of kindness. Broad-humored representations of characters and events keep horrors (crumbling buildings, spontaneous combustions, impaled bodies) at a safe distance, although the account of Diabola killing the family cat may prick some. Apr 10,  · At first it's a cute story about a pair of twins who are polar opposites. Angela is a sweet little angel, while Diabola is well, diabolical. The first half of the book is about how their parents handled them, which is fun to read. The last half though, the story got weirder and weirder and eventually came to an equally weird ending/5().