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Miracles on Maple Hill

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2006

    Ughhhh!

    I had 2 read this in reading class! I basically fell asleep! Do us all i favore and burn this book in a fire and blow the ashes into the East Wind!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2003

    Miricales on Maple Hill

    Virginia Sorensen was born in Provo, Utah, February 17,1912. Went to school at Brigham Young University. Has one daughter and one son. Other books she has written are Lotte's Locket Danish, Around the Corner Junie (thats short for junior). She also wrote Plain Girl. Miracles on Maple Hill is about a girl named Marly with her brother and her parents going to a little house on a little hill. When they go there they meet a man named Mr.Chris he is really nice to them. There is one miracle a fox goes out and Marly heres a song. When they go to the kitchen in the house they find mice. Marly wants to keep the mice but her mother doesn't. My opinon on this book is I think it was pretty bad the only part I liked about this book was the first miracle. I wouldn't recommend it to my friends. And it didn't keep me intersted. It was so boring I don't even know why it won a Newbery Medal award. I would never in my life read this book again. By Mckenzie Weston 2/4/03

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