Molly McGinty Has a Really Good Day

Molly McGinty Has a Really Good Day Today, MollyLearned her wacky grandma was coming to spend the day at school with her.Lost her Notebook with everything that matters in it, including her homework.Got a black eyeTore her skirtAnd it s only 9 a.m.Could things get any worse You bet New Read [ Molly McGinty Has a Really Good Day ] By [ Gary Paulsen ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Molly McGinty Has a Really Good Day
  • Gary Paulsen
  • English
  • 23 June 2017
  • 0440414822

10 thoughts on “Molly McGinty Has a Really Good Day

  1. says:

    An easy tween read, not worth an adult s hour The way grandma teaches the girl a lesson borders on abuse, imo I have no idea how Molly can forgive her even before dinner time, while exhausted, in pain, hungry, and hopped on caffeine Molly obviously already has resilience and, erm, balls, and if the story weren t so concise we d already know that about her.And how does grandma get away with not keeping Mary Pat, Mary Bridget, and Mary Margaret apart That seems awfully disrespectful to me An easy tween read, not worth an adult s hour The way grandma teaches the girl a lesson borders on abuse, imo I have no idea how Molly can forgive her even before dinner time, while exhausted, in pain, hungry, and hopped on caffeine Molly obviously already has resilience and, erm, balls, and if the stor...

  2. says:

    Comedy novels are not Gary Paulsen s forte, but Molly McGinty Has a Really Good Day is a cut above some of his others The humor doesn t go so far off the rails as to be off putting, and the sincere message fills the story with warmth as well as laughter Molly, a sixth grader at Our Lady of Mercy Middle School, depends on her three ring binder to keep her life organized When the binder suddenly goes missing, she panics Molly s guardian, her grandmother Irene, is supposed to accompany her to s Comedy novels are not Gary Paulsen s forte, but Molly McGinty Has a Really Good Day is a cut above some of his others The humor doesn t go so far off the rails as to be off putting, and the sincere message fills the story with warmth as well as laughter Molly, a sixth grader at Our Lady of Mercy Middle School, depends on her three ring binder to keep her life organized When the binder suddenly goes missing, she panics Molly s guardian, her grandmother Irene, is supposed to accompany her to school for Senior Citizens Day, so there s never been a time when Molly needed the binderHow is she to rein in a woman as wild and spontaneous as Irene without an itinerary to keep her focused You get much better results if you use your skills and talents to work smoothly with those around y...

  3. says:

    J Short Chapter PaulsenIf you are looking for a funny and light book, this is the one I chuckled throughout Have you ever had one of those days when everything went wrong Molly s day will make yours seem like nothing.Molly is a highly organized seventh grader, or at least she was when she had her notebook The loss of this notebook has caused Molly great stress Her school is having Senior Citizen s Day and Molly s grandmother, Irene, joins her for a day filled with adventure or as Mol J Short Chapter PaulsenIf you are looking for a funny and light book, this is the one I chuckled throughout Have you ever had one of those days when everything went wrong Molly s day will make yours seem like nothing.Molly is a highly organized seventh grader, or at least she was when she had her notebook The loss of this notebook has caused Molly great stress Her school is having Senior Citizen s D...

  4. says:

    I really enjoyed this short but rigorous book about Molly, her lost notebook, and her eccentric grandma who is seemingly ruining her life Gary Paulsen tells a great tale of the challenges of friendships, growing up in elementary school, and life.

  5. says:

    A little over the top and silly, but some funny bits too.

  6. says:

    cute story

  7. says:

    basiskids

  8. says:

    The cover made me laugh That was the only reason I read it It was a fun, quick read Surprisingly, it was on a higher reading level than I was expecting Like the word dossier I had to ask what that meant It s a collection of documents on the same subject, specifically about a person, in case you are wondering So, it was light and funny, and it increased my vocabulary Molly McGinty is organized Very Organized She almost cried when she saw a picture of how the Wright brothers organize The cover made me laugh That was the only reason I read it I...

  9. says:

    Molly McGinty is in Jr High and she lives her life through her organized notebook When she loses it she has the worst day ever, she gets a black eye and finds out that her crazy grandmother will be coming to school with her for the day Her grandma is caught smoking in the girls bathroom and Molly gets detention when she skips class to talk to the principal about it Will Molly ever loosen up I really liked this book, i thought it was hilarious, and i loved the not so subtle way Paulsen teach Molly McGinty is in Jr High an...

  10. says:

    Molly McGinty knows the secret to life her delightfully organized binder When it goes missing, her day goes to pot.Gary Paulsen wrote a book with a female lead Sweet It isn t a whoa, there s a bear adventure, but I work with enough sixth graders to know that a day at school can still qualify.OK, her grandma is a little too force of life to be entirely believable I don t know that Catholic schools are still that full of Mary s But I liked it, it s funny, and both the main and side chara Molly McGinty knows the secret to life her delightfully organized binder When it goes missing, her day goes to pot.Gary Paulsen wrote a book with a female lead Sweet It isn t a whoa, there s a bear adventure, but I work with enough sixth graders to know that a day at school can still qualify.OK, her grandma is a little too force of life to be entirely believable I don t know that Catholic schools are still that full of Mary s But I liked it, it s...

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