Maggie Mcgillicuddy's Eye For Trouble

bySusan HughesIllustratorBrooke Kerrigan

October 4, 2016|
Maggie Mcgillicuddy's Eye For Trouble by Susan Hughes
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Unlike her neighbors, Maggie McGillicuddy has an eye for trouble. And while she''s knitting on her porch swing, she manages to spot it --- everywhere! With the "tickety, tickety, tack!" of her knitting needles, the elderly Maggie scares off a prowling tiger! And with the "whickety, whickety, whack!" of her walking stick, there goes a slithering snake! Of course, readers can see the tiger is really just a cat and the snake is only a tree root, so they''ll be as delighted as Maggie when Charlie, the boy who just moved next door, seems to have an eye for trouble of his own! With wit and great charm, author Susan Hughes has created a playful story about friendship and the joys of an active imagination. She uses direct questions ---"You see it there, don''t you?"--- as hints to help children recognize what''s imagined and what''s actually there, expanding visual literacy. Brooke Kerrigan uses soft colors and quirky details to beautifully illustrate a child''s cozy yet expansive world. Maggie McGillicuddy''s Eye for Trouble will make a fun and involving read-aloud, as well as a starting point for talking about imagination. And when real trouble, in the form of a car coming down the road as Charlie is about to run into it, is spotted and averted, adults will find it a useful opportunity to discuss the difference between real and pretend danger with young readers.
Susan Hughes an award-winning author, whose books for children include Case Closed?, No Girls Allowed, Earth to Audrey and Virginia. She has loved horses since she was a child and has long dreamed of setting a story on Sable Island. Susan lives in Toronto, Ontario.
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Title:Maggie Mcgillicuddy's Eye For Trouble
Format:Picture Books
Product dimensions:32 pages, 8.25 X 10.5 X 0.38 in
Shipping dimensions:32 pages, 8.25 X 10.5 X 0.38 in
Published:October 4, 2016
Publisher:Kids Can Press
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:3
ISBN - 13:9781771382915

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