Books by Maggie Twohill

VALENTINE FRANKENSTEIN by Maggie Twohill
CHILDREN'S
Released: Jan. 30, 1992

"For an easily read valentine story with similar circumstances but more interesting characters and a more substantial story, try Barbara Cohen's 213 Valentines (p. 1008). (Fiction. 8-11)"
Amanda is Walter's only friend; she knows he dreads Valentine's Day, when he'll be publicly humiliated as the least popular fifth grader, so she stuffs the class Valentine box with 50 cards, all addressed to Walter in different handwritings. Read full book review >
SUPERBOWL UPSET by Maggie Twohill
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 29, 1991

"Still, a moderately amusing, easily read example of its genre. (Fiction. 8-11)"
Fifth-grade classmates Ginger Bidwell and Lucas Ridley, both avid sports fans, were rivals long before they became unwilling step-siblings four months ago — but their happy parents are unfailingly patient, even through most of the disasters. Read full book review >