Meggie Moon by Elizabeth Baguley

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The junkyard is Digger and Tiger's special place. When Meggie Moon, a girl, comes to visit they aren’t sure what to think. The boys quickly discover that Meggie Moon is full of brilliant ideas from building a racing car to a pirate ship. When she leaves, they construct a rocket ship that will take them to find Meggie Moon. With imaginative illustrations, Meggie Moon will delight boys and girls alike.

About Elizabeth Baguley

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Elizabeth Baguley began writing for children when she discovered the power of picture books when reading to her granddaughters. She is an English teacher and lives in Nottinghamshire, England. Gregoire Mabire works as a graphic designer and freelance illustrator. He lives in Paris, France, and enjoys reading, cinema, cartoons, and music.
Published January 1, 2005 by Scholastic Books. 32 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Baguley’s playful, descriptive language saves the characters from being flat and one-dimensional: The boys go “together like a garbage can and its lid,” while her wryly understated reflection on Meggie’s gargantuan imagination is, “Meggie had ideas.” Meggie’s ideas are indeed grand;

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