Tag Archives: Megan McDonald

February 09

Cover reveal for Judy Moody and the Right Royal Tea Party by Megan McDonald

It’s the first day of school, circa 1968. My third grade classroom smells of Murphy’s oil soap and printer’s ink and chalk dust. Miss Sands is my new teacher. First order of business: Spellers are passed out. And math books. And geography texts. We’re given brown paper bags and safety scissors, and instructed to cover […]

April 24

Call Me Bookworm Or How Alice Munro Saved My Life by Megan McDonald

Call me Bookworm. I grew up reading—at the school library, on the Bookmobile, at the comic book store, at home next to the heater under the piano. I read my mother’s childhood books, torn-cover paperbacks, the books of my four older sisters, the beloved hardcover volume I got as a gift each Christmas. I still […]