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Marcie Aboff is the author of picture books, early readers, chapter books, and magazine stories. She also used to work as a feature writer for a daily newspaper in Escondido, California, and as a catalog copywriter for an advertising firm in New York City. She’s written more than 20 titles for Picture Window Books. Marcie loves visiting schools to talk to students about being an author, as well as helping them develop their own writing potential. When she’s not writing or visiting schools, Marcie likes to play tennis, listen to music, see really good movies, travel, and eat as much chocolate as she can. Marcie resides in Edison, New Jersey, with her two sons and one daughter. Their cat, Sneakers, also resides in the home, although he sometimes is under the impression he is the sole proprietor. Please visit Marcie’s website (www.marcieaboff.com) to learn more about her books.
In graphic novel format, text and illustrations explain how hurricanes form, how they are named and measured, and how to stay safe during one.
In graphic novel format, text and illustrations explain how tornadoes form, how they are measured, and how to stay safe during one.
You’re hungry. What should you eat? With MyPlate and Healthy Eating, it’s easy to decide. Find out where our vegetables come from, what nutrients you get from ...
What could you do if you were a polygon? You could have at least three straight sides. You could be a kite, a star, or a stop sign. What else could you be if ...
If you were an inch or a centimeter, you would be the height, width, or length of things. You could be a new snowfall, a TV set, or a short haircut. What else ...
Discover the remarkable life of a prefix! In this imaginative picture book, young grammarians are introduced to prefixes. Along with bright illustrations and ...
If you were a suffix, you would always be at the end of a word. You could make "tall" become the TALLEST. You could make "end" become ENDLESS. What else could ...
If you were an even number, you could be evenly divided by two. You could be 88 keys on a piano or two drumsticks. What else could you be if you were an even ...
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