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Maggie And The Chocolate War (kids' Power Book)

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Maggie And The Chocolate War

You need to pick up a copy of Maggie And The Chocolate War (kids' Power Book) an extremely good book. The author is Michelle Mulder and the publisher is Second Story Press. This child's book was available on bookshelves on the 1st of April, 2008. The book is 94 pages long. While reading is one thing in which anyone, of virtually any age can engage in, you will discover indeed some ways which you will make the enjoyment far better. A few people say they don't really sufficient time to read, however reading is yet another superb utilization of time, particularly with the appropriate children's book. Explore this recommendation and you will definitely absolutely love reading a whole lot more. Envision oneself as the leading character, pondering along with desperate for the answers. When you read, picture the particular dilemma within your head. You could get as inventive as you choose with the scenario mentally, add to cart by clicking the link below.

Second Story Press

ISBN: 1897187270
Author: Michelle Mulder

Maggie has been saving her delivery job money for weeks to purchase her best friend, Jo, a chocolate bar for her birthday. It's 1947, and while the war is more than and ration tickets are gone, food prices are going up. Then it is announced that the price tag of chocolate is going up too— now Maggie can never afford to buy a chocolate bar! She lives in Victoria, British Columbia. Based on real events, Maggie as well as the Chocolate War is filled with photographs and newspaper documents covering an amazing historical moment. And neither can the other kids. Maggie and her friends leap into action and wage a strike against the price hike. More than you think! Michelle Mulder is passionate about books, bicycles, young children and chocolate. But what can a bunch of kids do? This is her third book for youngsters.


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