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Maggie Doesn't Want to Move

O'Donnell, Elizabeth Lee

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ISBN 10: 0027688305 / ISBN 13: 9780027688306
Published by Four Winds Press, New York, 1987
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Hardcover in dustjacket. 8vo. First edition. Book is in in fine condition. Jacket is in VG condition; there is a faint stain on rear cover. A bright, tight copy with no marks to interior. Lively, full color illustrations by Amy Schwartz. Not price-clipped. Unpaginated. Bookseller Inventory # 16070

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Title: Maggie Doesn't Want to Move

Publisher: Four Winds Press, New York

Publication Date: 1987

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: 1st Edition

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Simon expresses his own sad feelings about moving by crediting them to his toddler sister, Maggie

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PreSchool-Grade 3 Simon, his mother, and his little sister Maggie are moving, and Simon expresses his wariness and uncertainty by projecting it all onto toddler Maggie, who has no idea what's going on. Simon doesn't want to lose his familiar playground, sympathetic teacher, or his old house. With Maggie in tow, smilingly seated in a red wagon, Simon tries running away to his friend Billy's mother, but his own mother finds them and is reassuring and understanding. The family takes a tour of the new neighborhood, and Simon discovers that he likes the country park, and especially his new teacher, Mr. Paul. Clever Mom gives Simon the option of staying in the old house, but Simon decides Maggie is ready for the move after all. Schwartz' pen-and-ink and watercolor illustrations perfectly complement the deft and witty text. The prickly stucco houses and the plethora of pastel buildings evoke southern California, while stringy Simon, his equally lean mother, and rounded Maggie are refreshingly expressive. Purchasing Maggie. . .the perfect move. Leda Schubert, Vermont Department of Education, Montpelier
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