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Grades 2 - 5Grades 2 - 5O4.55398
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.
Library Binding
Published on April 14, 2015 by Perfection Learning
ISBN-10: 0812497333
ISBN-13: 9780812497335
3 Book Reviews
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  • AI-AidynTuesday, December 11, 2018 at 11:38 am
    It was a good book. I enjoyed reading it. Wasn't my fav book but it was fun to read.
    • maddyp18
      maddyp18Monday, July 21, 2014 at 12:27 pm44 stars
      I liked this book, though it was not my favorite book. It is a great realistic fiction story. It is about a girl who refuses to learn cursive. But then she leaned that if she doesn't learn cursive, she won't be able to read cursive either. I think this book is for girls more then boys because the main character is a girl. I hope you like it!!!!!!!!!!
      • bellatrix
        bellatrixThursday, May 22, 2014 at 4:45 pm44 stars
        It's about a girl named Maggie. She does not want to learn cursive. Later in the school year she learns to read in cursive. Her teacher made her the letter-carrier. She carried letters to each teacher in the school. She is getting suspicious about her teacher because her teacher keeps leaving the letters open. She looks at them and notices they are in cursive. This is when she realizes that she knows how to read in cursive. It was a book that had a regular-person, school adventure. It makes me feel like I want to learn more cursive right away. If this sounds good to you, look for it at a library.