Maggie's parents say she'll enjoy it once she starts. Her teacher doesn't want to listen when she points out how untidy grown-ups' handwriting can be. And her classmates think it's a riot when her first try at signing her name makes it look like "Muggie." Now Maggie is too embarrassed to back down. Why can't she just go on printing her whole life?
Newbery medalist Beverly Cleary has penned a wise and funny book, filled with the perceptive humor that has earned her generations of fans.
©1990 Beverly Cleary; (P)2009 HarperCollins Publishers
Maggie Maggie is a nice book about a kid who doesn't want to learn cursive. The teacher thinks hard how to teach Maggie. It is a great story. You should read it!!!
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