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Avlin Cooper is a character in the My New Family Series. She's the daughter of Zach.

She is a member of the Cooper Family and the Copeland Family.

Background

Personality

Avlin is a smart and intelligent young woman, trying to achieve all her goals. She puts a lot of pressure onto herself to live up to her parents' standard, although it's not revealed if they expect her to become valedictorian, which is her biggest goal.

Physical Appearance

Avlin Cooper has brown hair and brown eyes. She has the same skin tone as her father, who is half African American, making her a quarter African American. She has long brown hair, which she mostly styles either straight, curled or in a ponytail. She has a rough and tough style and often wears jeans material, either as pants or vest or jacket. 

Biography

Strengths and Weaknesses

Strengths

Weaknesses

Relationships

Family

Zach Cooper (father)

Avlin looks up to her father. She is also scared to disappoint him and her mother since they are both doctors and she is scared they think that she's dumb, which causes her to put a lot of pressure onto herself.

Brean Cooper (mother)

Avlin looks up to her mother. She is also scared to disappoint her and her father since they are both doctors and she is scared they think that she's dumb, which causes her to put a lot of pressure onto herself.

Felicity Cooper (aunt)

Holly Williams (aunt)

Martin Cooper (grandfather)

Claire Cooper (grandmother)

Briar Cooper (daughter)

Romantic

Justin Renbarger (teacher)

Justin is Avlin's math teacher, who offers to tutor her when she failed to get A's in math. Eventually he becomes a friend of hers and a trusted person, whom she ends up falling for, not knowing what he really has in mind.

Friends

Janine Posillico (best friend)

Mary Jensen Lacoss (best friend)

Enemies

Hayder Parker (rival)

Name

Avlin is a differently spelled version of the name Evelyn, which is a girl's name of English origin meaning "wished for child"

The surname Cooper is an English occupational name for one who made and sold casks, buckets and tubs. The name derives from the Middle English couper, cowper, adapted from Middle Dutch kuper, a derivative of kup, meaning "tub" or "container."

Trivia

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