Morgy Coast to Coast by Michael Chesworth & Maggie Lewis

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Morgy has been getting used to life in Puckett Corner, Massachusetts. Sure, he misses California, and his best friend, Keith, but it’s hard to stay focused on that when there are loud baby twins in your house, a greyhound named Dante to take care of, and a big kid named Ferguson to watch out for.

Morgy and his friend Byron are also taking trumpet lessons, as well as playing hockey for the Puckett Corner Pumas, the ten-and-under hockey team usually coached by Byron’s Uncle Mike. But Uncle Mike is fighting forest fires in California, so the Pumas are left with Mrs. Almonio instead. She is no Uncle Mike.

First Morgy made his move. Now he is adjusting to all that the fourth grade has to offer him. In Morgy Coast to Coast, Maggie Lewis has written another heartfelt and hilarious story about Morgy MacDougal-MacDuff, trumpet player, hockey star, and dog walker extraordinaire.

About Michael Chesworth & Maggie Lewis

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Maggie Lewis lives in Ipswich, Massachusetts, with her husband and three sons. You're sure to enjoy Morgy in all three Morgy books: Morgy's Musical Summer, Morgy Coast to Coast, and Morgy Makes His Move.
Published March 29, 2012 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 148 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Just in time for summer-vacation readers, Lewis brings Morgy MacDougal-MacDuff back in this warm and funny tale of cabin living, camp food and classic letters from home.

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Supported by Chesworth’s action-packed black-and-white drawings, Lewis keeps the hot pace going from beginning to end with nuclear-family life exploding into a feverish conclusion when sister suddenly needs music at her wedding and Morgy is quickly tutored in “Ode to Joy” on trumpet.

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