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by Anne Schraff

ePub Whatever Happened to Megan Marie? (Mystery) (Pageturners Mystery) download
Author:
Anne Schraff
ISBN13:
978-1562541781
ISBN:
1562541781
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Publisher:
Saddleback Educational Publishing; Reprint edition (September 1, 2009)
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Subcategory:
Mysteries & Thrillers
ePub file:
1107 kb
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1385 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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422

Published September 1st 2009 by Saddleback Educational Publishing, Inc. ebook, 80 pages. Whatever Happened to Megan Marie?

Published September 1st 2009 by Saddleback Educational Publishing, Inc. Author(s): Anne Schraff. Whatever Happened to Megan Marie? (Hardcover). Published January 1st 2001 by Turtleback Books.

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Written by Anne Schraff. Narrated by Larry McKeever. The pretty high school junior seems to have everything going for her- until she mysteriously disappears. Has she run away from home? Was she kidnapped? And why is the missing girl's father blaming first-year teacher, Cathy North? Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. To Catch a Dream: Urban Underground-Cesar Chavez High. Planet Doom: Pageturners Adventure.

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Start by marking Whatever Happened to Megan Marie? as Want to Read . Since college she has written hundreds of stories and over eighty books including historical fiction, biographies, science books, and her Anne Elaine Schraff grew up in Cleveland, Ohio

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Written specifically for struggling readers to explore genres, like mysteries and science fiction, these fast-paced books hold student interest until the last page. Questions at the end of each title promote cognitive development by making students think about vocabulary, comprehension, character, and plot.

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January 2001 : USA Library Binding.

Anne Schraff1 ਸਤੰਬਰ 2009. Saddleback Educational Publ. Written specifically for the struggling reader, these fast-paced books maintain student interest until the last page. Questions at the end of each title test students' strategy skills, vocabulary, and comprehension.

When sixteen-year-old Megan Marie doesn't show up for school one day, her teacher, Miss North, decides to find out why she is missing.
  • Great high-low reader

  • Saddleback Educational Publishing has come up with a brilliant concept for solving a very serious problem: the great decline in reading among today's students. Their solution? Make assigned reading materials exciting! Their Pageturners books are short novels, designed to entice even the least motivated students into reading.

    This confronts both of the major problems with more traditional readers: if they are not mind-numbingly dull, they are excruciatingly didactic, cramming some important "teachings" whether moral, religious, or (these days) politically correct down the throats of children so hard as to turn them off of reading for good.

    Nikki Peters, currently an executive secretary at a bank, had applied for the job as executive secretary to the founder of the Royal Mattress Company for three reasons: the pay was outstanding, the job was described as "unique and challenging", and she wanted out of her current situation. But Hal Dempsey was REALLY hiring an amateur detective, somebody to worm her way into the life of his wastrel youngest son and provide Hal with the information on which to decide whether to finally give up and disinherit him. Thus begins an interesting variation on the detective story with lots of twists and turns before the end.

    Plus, for what they are intended to be, reading textbooks, they are wonderful. The fact that students who learn to read better and to love reading from these books may soon find them skimpy fare for pleasure reading is not entirely bad, assuming their teachers quickly move them on to bigger and better things in the school library or the bookstore if necessary.

    Other detective fiction Pageturners: The Case of the Cursed Chalet (Pageturners),The Case of the Dead Duck (Pageturners),The Case of the Wanted Man (Pageturners), and The Case of the Watery Grave (Pageturners).

  • Saddleback Educational Publishing has come up with a brilliant concept for solving a very serious problem: the great decline in reading among today's students. Their solution? Make assigned reading materials exciting! Their Pageturners books are short novels, designed to entice even the least motivated students into reading.

    This confronts both of the major problems with more traditional readers: if they are not mind-numbingly dull, they are excruciatingly didactic, cramming some important "teachings" whether moral, religious, or (these days) politically correct down the throats of children so hard as to turn them off of reading for good.

    The former fat girl, now gorgeous actress, from Rollie Torres' high school days walks in the door of the detective agency he now works for, begging for protection from a mysterious stalker, and the "surprise twist ending" will be obvious to most readers from the very first chapter. If Rollie is THIS easily fooled perhaps he should reconsider a career in law enforcement! Hard to believe that the same author wrote the MUCH better The Case of the Bad Seed.

    Still, for what they are intended to be, reading textbooks, they are wonderful. The fact that students who learn to read better and to love reading from these books may soon find them skimpy fare for pleasure reading is not entirely bad, assuming their teachers quickly move them on to bigger and better things in the school library or the bookstore if necessary.

    Other detective fiction Pageturners: The Case of the Bad Seed (Pageturners),The Case of the Cursed Chalet (Pageturners),The Case of the Dead Duck (Pageturners), and The Case of the Watery Grave (Pageturners).

  • The story was so descriptive, I was able to picture the characters and scenes. This book gave me a lot to think about, like what kids of divorce might be going through, and about kids that have a tough time in school and how they feel. I liked this book.