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Embark on exciting adventures with Maggie and her bug friends. Visit places near and far, discover new cultures and explore the world with these kid-approved characters who are positive role models.
The Wonderful World of Maggie McNair offers parents and children a chance to read together each week while laying the foundation for a love of learning and the opportunity to learn a second language.
Five days each week a 7-8 page story segment along with fun facts, a weekly hidden picture puzzle and a short quiz is delivered to your smartphone or tablet. DELETE: (38 pages a week) As an added bonus, the stories are written in both English and Spanish. By subscribing, your child will have something to look forward to that will teach them valuable lessons and help them learn another language without even realizing it. The stories and activities are designed for children ages 4-11, but even parents and older siblings will benefit.
Try the first week free. The Wonderful World of Maggie McNair is not an app, it’s a subscription service that provides all-new, quality content every week, all year long for a $2.99 monthly subscription added to your AT&T bill. Of course you can stop the subscription anytime, but with all the fun your child will have, the value is unbeatable.
About Maggie McNair: Maggie is a bit of a tomboy (making the stories appealing to both boys and girls) and her dream is to grow up to be a superhero. She’d rather catch tadpoles than play with dolls. She likes tree climbing better than tea parties– and she has some really cool friends that just happen to be a stink bug, a sugar bug and a spider! She and her bug buddies share stories about backyard adventures, nature, family, other countries, and much more. Maggie also learns along the way that part of having fun is learning about the importance of respect, being kind, and dependable.
Maggie began as the main character in a series of books: Maggie McNair Has Spiders in Her Hair, Maggie McNair Wears Stinky Underwear, and Maggie McNair Has Sugar Bugs in There, by author Sheila Booth-Alberstadt and illustrator Norris Hall. The books are approved for the National Accelerated Readers Program through elementary schools across the USA.
What they're saying about Maggie:
“…We (students and teachers) loved the stories. My students stated that the stories were “hysterical” and “so cute.” As an educator, to see my students so excited about literature is a wonderful thing… We were able to compare and contrast and discuss the importance of good hygiene. Thank you for helping to excite and encourage my kindergarten students.” - Maya Dudte, 2012 Teacher of the Year, 2013
“It has been a treat to read this story to our patients, as well as children in our community – including our own. Sheila did an outstanding job taking the “scary” out and putting the fun into children’s dentistry. The story has found a permanent place in our office (and our home)!” - Dr. Wells & Elizabeth Hammock, Bay Pediatric & Adolescent Dentistry, 2013
Subscribe to Maggie and let the fun (and learning) begin!