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Cleo Edison Oliver in Persuasion Power

by Sundee T. Frazier

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Cleo Edison Oliver continues her quest for business success in the model of her idol Fortune A. Davies. This time she and BFF Caylee have are making and selling creative hair clips for girls. Cleo is also still hoping to meet Fortune. And thoughts of who her birth parents are still come to mind. In the midst of busily making, promoting and selling her Passion Clips, Cleo learns that her birth father wants to meet her. But is she ready to meet him? Cleo , as in the first book, is ambitious and persistent, and at times a little too enthusiastic about her ideas. Her sunny personality shines and no matter what might get her down, Cleo persists! ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0545822408, Paperback)

Cleopatra Edison Oliver has a brand new business: Passion Clips. She and her best friend Caylee are going to take the world by storm with their personalized barrettes. All they need now is their big break. So when successful businesswoman Fortune A. Davies announces a new website where "kidpreneurs" can upload ads for their
businesses, Cleo invites all of her customers to film an ad for FortuneTube.

But making a commercial is different from running a business, and when Cleo's customers get fed up with her direction, she might lose her friends and her chance to shine. Meanwhile, Cleo is more and more certain that she wants to meet her birth parents -- but she's starting to wonder if they will ever want to meet her. Can she win back her friends, take her business to the next level, and find the family she's been looking for?

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Successful businesswoman Fortune A. Davies has announced a new website where "kidpreneurs" can upload ads for their businesses and Cleo and her friend Caylee are sure this is the their big break to get funding for their personalized barrettes, Passion Clips--but producing an internet ad using their classmates is proving difficult, and Cleo is further distracted by her desire to find her birth parents.… (more)

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