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The Possibilities of Sainthood

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 1,064 Ratings and 219 Reviews

Book Description

My name saint is famous for her purity. Her untouched-by-boys-ness.
I am also famous for this, by concidence.

Antonia Lucia Labella has two secrets: At fifteen, she's still waiting for her first kiss, and she wants to be a saint. An official one. Unfortunately, the two events seem equally unlikely to happen, but it's not for lack of trying. Every month for the last eight year... More
Book Information
PublisherSquare Fish
BindingPaperback (14 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages304
Publication Date08/17/2010
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About Donna Freitas (Author) : Donna Freitas is a professor of Religion at Boston University. Her writing has appeared in many newspapers and magazines, including The Boston Globe, Newsweek, Salon, and The Wall Street Journal. She ... more
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10/7/2009 Kendra Patterson said: Cute romance. Has some funny moments.
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6/16/2009 Mary Louise Sanchez said: A great read! It made me think about petitioning St. Paul, the patron saint of authors.
tags: Inspired me, I recommend, I read

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1/6/2008 M.P. Barker tagged as: I recommend

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