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Muggie Maggie

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Publisher Comments:

No cursive for Maggie!

At first, Maggie is just feeling stubborn when she declares she won't learn cursive. What's so wrong with print, anyway? And she can easily type on a computer, so why would she need to know how to read those squiggly lines? But soon all her classmates are buzzing about Maggie's decision, especially after her teacher, Mrs. Leeper, says Maggie's cursive is so sloppy that her name looks like "Muggie."

With "Muggie Maggie" ringing in her ears, Maggie absolutely, positively won't back down . . . until she's appointed class mail messenger. All of the letters that Mrs. Leeper sends to the office are in cursive, and Maggie thinks they are written about her. But there's only one way to know for sure . . . so what's Maggie going to do?

Synopsis:

Garden State Children's Book Award (New Jersey)

Synopsis:

What's all the fuss about?

At first, Maggie is just being contrary when she tells her parents she doesn't need to learn cursive. Then her teacher, Mrs. Leeper, says Maggie's cursive is so untidy her name looks like "Muggie," and Maggie decides she will never, never read or write cursive. Nobody can make her. But when Mrs. Leeper appoints Maggie class mail messenger, the notes Maggie must carry are in cursive. Maggie can't read the notes, but she suspects some of them are about her. Now she really has a problem!

About the Author

Beverly Cleary's birthday, April 12th, is celebrated across the country on D.E.A.R. Day, with activities related to the Drop Everything and Read Program. One of the most popular and honored authors of all time, Beverly Cleary has won the Newbery Medal for Dear Mr. Henshaw, and both Ramona Quimby, Age 8and Ramona and Her Fatherhave been named Newbery Honor Books. She makes her home in coastal California.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780380710874
ill.:
Tiegreen, Alan,
Author:
Tiegreen, Alan
Author:
Life, Kay
Author:
by Beverly Cleary and Kay Life
Author:
Dockray, Tracy
Author:
Cleary, Beverly
Publisher:
HarperTrophy
Location:
New York, N.Y.
Subject:
General
Subject:
Fiction
Subject:
Children's fiction
Subject:
Children's 9-12 - Fiction - General
Subject:
Schools
Subject:
School & Education
Subject:
Penmanship
Subject:
Schools -- Fiction.
Subject:
Talking book collection.
Subject:
General Juvenile Fiction
Subject:
Situations / Friendship
Subject:
Children s-General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Paperback
Series:
Cleary Reissue
Series Volume:
101-442
Publication Date:
20150431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
from 3 to 7
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
96
Dimensions:
7.70x5.26x.22 in. .15 lbs.
Age Level:
07-12

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What's all the fuss about?

At first, Maggie is just being contrary when she tells her parents she doesn't need to learn cursive. Then her teacher, Mrs. Leeper, says Maggie's cursive is so untidy her name looks like "Muggie," and Maggie decides she will never, never read or write cursive. Nobody can make her. But when Mrs. Leeper appoints Maggie class mail messenger, the notes Maggie must carry are in cursive. Maggie can't read the notes, but she suspects some of them are about her. Now she really has a problem!

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