Freddie is cursed. It’s a family inheritance. Anytime he tries to do anything, his bad luck screws him up somehow. He’s “Faceplant Freddie,” infamous since second grade for constantly tripping, knocking things (and people) over, and for being the biggest klutz ever.
When Freddie finds an anting-anting in his garage and accidentally activates it, the Filipino good luck charm turns out to be quite the opposite. The old charm comes together with a ghost of his great uncle Ramon. With the curse growing more lethal each day, Freddie, his cousin Sharkie, and Ramon must do all they can to break the curse.
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Millie is a talented singer-actress, thrilled to receive an acceptance into a pre-college theatrical program. Only problem, it’s located on the opposite coast, costs partial tuition, and her dad doesn’t understand how important this program is for her future. Determined to attend at all costs, Millie decides to find her birth mother. If one parent doesn’t agree with her, there’s got to be another one out there who will pave the way for Millie’s golden future.
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Grace and her father make the perfect team and an even better two-person family. So, when her father starts to date again, with bright hopes of a future marriage, Grace will do anything to prevent that from happening. From thinking up pranks to sabotaging her father’s efforts, Grace is hard pressed to keep herself safe from potential stepmothers.
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Legacy’s father runs an orphanage far out in the poor provinces. When they come up on hard times, Legacy enters a competition that’ll give her a chance to win a scholarship to an elite tennis academy that’ll give her a chance to compete for prize money. That’s a lot of competitions to win, and as a poor girl from the backwards and poorly regarded provinces, Legacy also has to fight through a society that looks down on and disparages her people. With no support, and up against the best trained opponents in her country, does Legacy even stand a chance?
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