Item description for Muggie Maggie (Spanish Edition) by Kay Life Beverly Cleary...
A curse on cursive! Maggie doesn't really mean it when she vows never to read and write those wiggly, squiggly, roller-coaster letters. After all, she uses the computer. But everybody seems to be taking her revolt very, very seriously.
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.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Muggie Maggie (Spanish Edition)?
Muggie Maggie Jun 14, 2007
Muggie Maggie is the nickname of a girl named Maggie Schultz. She thought she would never learn how to write in handwriting. One day, she actually explained to her dad that she plans to use the computer and type everything up. Her dad just said that she that she wasn't taking cursive seriously. I am not saying what happens next because I recommend this book to everyone. I recommend this book for three reasons. The first reason is because this book is great for people who had or have the same problem as Maggie. The second reason is because this book is short. The third reason is because the book has a theme: never give up.
Muggie Maggie Nov 28, 2006
Muggie Maggie is about a girl named Maggie who does not want to write cursive.Her teacher,mom and dad try to make her do it but she still refuses to do it.But once she haers people all over the school talking about her she makes herself write it.This book makes me feel sad in a way.It makes me sad because she refuses to right cursive and because it took her that long to write it.I reccomend this book because she had someing that she couldn't do and some people have the same thing and I want some kid to know that there are other kids like them even if they aren't real.
ripped off Nov 10, 2006
Ordered 3 copies of muggie maggie for our school and recieved 3 copies in spanish. Could not use the books
a fairly good book Sep 3, 2005
I read Muggie Maggie in 4th grade and still have my copy. This is quite agood book, and like most books, it has some good parts, and some not so good ones.
Miss Smith's Book Club #2 Nov 17, 2004
We really enjoyed it and it was funny! Our favorite part was when Maggie learns how to do cursive. We think other third graders would enjoy this book; maybe even younger kids, too. We think we will read more Beverly Cleary books now that we have read this one.