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e-Book A Mid-Semester Night's Dream download

by Margaret Meacham

ISBN: 0439853745
ISBN13: 978-0439853743
Publisher: Scholastic (2004)
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A mid-semester night's dream.

A mid-semester night's dream. by. Meacham, Margaret, 1952-.

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Fiction, Morgan is in 7th grade. She has a fairy godmother in training living in her dollhouse.

A Mid-semesters Night’s Dream by Margaret Meacham is a fictional story about a girl and a fairy. Megan is a very nice girl who lives in New York City. She has a very boring skinny figure, brown eyes, and brown hair and she wants a makeover. Gretta, the fairy, is sent by the Board of Elder Fairies. Megan loses her mom when she is about two years old. She wants a makeover and needs help. She can’t ask her dad because he doesn’t know much about fashion.

Margaret Meacham grew up in Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania and spent her childhood summers visiting her grandmother on the Chesapeake Bay, where many of her books including . A Mid-Semester Night's Dream Mar 1, 2004.

Margaret Meacham grew up in Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania and spent her childhood summers visiting her grandmother on the Chesapeake Bay, where many of her books including "Secret of Heron Creek" and "Oyster Moon" take place. In 1975 she received her BA degree in English Literature from Trinity College, and she received an MLS degree from University of Maryland in 1977. Meacham teaches writing and children's literature at Goucher College and online through Gotham Writer's Workshop in New York City.

Margaret Mead (December 16, 1901 – November 15, 1978) was an American cultural anthropologist who featured frequently as an author and speaker in the mass media during the 1960s and 1970s. She earned her bachelor's degree at Barnard College in New York City and her MA and PhD degrees from Columbia University. Mead served as President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 1975.

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William Shakespeare's magical love mix-up, A Midsummer Night's Dream, becomes an essentially un-enchanting send-up for middle-graders in this contemporary, hi-lo reader interpretation. William Shakespeare’s magical love mix-up, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, becomes an essentially un-enchanting send-up for middle-graders in this contemporary, hi-lo reader interpretation. Recast in the lead is motherless Morgan, a typical pre-teen crushing on classmate Ben. Resources to help make the book feel more relevant to your 21st-century students. A note from Shmoop's teachers to you, telling you what to expect from teaching the text and how you can overcome the hurdles. Want more help teaching Teaching A Midsummer Night's Dream? Check out all the different parts of our corresponding learning guide. Instructions for You.

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Fiction, Morgan is in 7th grade. She has a fairy godmother in training living in her dollhouse.
Comments:
Iaran
Living through junior high school does feel a bit like being lost in a forrest -- suddenly your surroundings are confusing and the path in front of you is unknown. Your body is changing, your friends change, your ideas about boys change -- Morgan Yates is a prime example. Morgan does not have a mother to turn to for advice -- but suddenly help appears in the guise of a glittering, if inept, fairy godmother-in-training. Being 13 is also a magical time, and Ms. Meacham does an excellent job of showing both the joys and possibilities, as well as the fears and angst, in Morgans life. Like Shakespeare, she's quite adept as a comic writer and her characters are three-dimensional; unlike Shakespeare, she's writing a novel, not a play; she's writing a modern book for a younger audience, who certainly will thank her for this imaginative novel.

Also recommended by the same author: The Secret of Heron Creek

Mbon
This cute idea surrounding seventh-grader Morgan and her fairy godmother-in-training Gretta starts off on the right note and slowly goes out of key. The plot itself is supposedly a junior high take on Shakespeare's own play by a slighty different title, but there's really no similarities between the two, and those that do exist are very slight. Yes, there's fairies, and yes, there are a few romantic mix-ups. But young readers who have yet to even learn about the play (let alone read it) won't have a clue that these vague similarities even exist.
Poor Morgan thinks she's too much of a wallflower to get her crush, Ben, to notice her. Enter Gretta, a cell phone-toting fairy who is trying to complete a "humanstay" as part of her requirements for Fairy Godmother Training Academy. But Gretta is way too nosy for her own good, and so she's offering her amateur magical services to help Morgan win Ben's heart. Unfortunately, Gretta hasn't mastered her craft yet, so much calamity ensues: rainstorms in the school, out of control sneezing, etc. Of course, there's a school dance involved, which serves as the setting for the book's climax, if you want to call it that. There's some sort of moral lesson buried somewhere in this book, but the characters don't seem to realize it, so why should the reader? Sadly, the story peters out at the end and instead of getting warm fuzzies, you feel cheated. Shakespeare would be very disappointed.

Conjuril
This book was about a girl named Morgan and a fairy named Gretta who casts spells on Morgan so a boy would like her. I think that this book is funny because Grettta always casts the wrong spells on Morgan.

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