Mean Margaret Author:Tor Seidler "From the author of 'The Wainscott Weasel', another book that 'continues the cozy tradition of E.B. White's animal tales.' -The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books — Question: What do a pair of newlywed woodchucks, a squirrel, a testy snake, a skunk, and a couple of bats have in common with a family of pudgy human beings named Hubble? — An... more »swer: Their lives are all turned topsy-turvy by a tyrannical toddler named Margaret.
Question: Will Margaret ever realize that there's more to life than being mean?
Answer: Read this touching comedy and find out.
'It's possible that not since a spider named Charlotte saved a pig named Wilbur has there been a more tender tale of interspecies love and devotion,' said The New York Times Book Review about Seidler's last book, 'The Wainscot Weasel.' Seidler has published four other novels for children, notably 'A Rat's Tale.'
Jon Agee's picture books include 'Dimitri the Astronaut', named one of the ten best picture books of 1996 by The New York Times; 'The Return of Freddy LeGrand', one of School Library Journal's Best Books of 1992; and 'The Incredible Painting of Felix Clousseau', an ALA Notable Children's Book.« less