The Extraordinary Mark Twain (According To Susy)
Super Savings Item! Save 35% on the The Extraordinary Mark Twain (According To Susy) by Scholastic Press at Cmc Schools. MPN: FBA-|287974. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. From the Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor-winning team behind WHAT TO DO ABOUT ALICE?, a humorous and intimate portrait of the most celebrated writer in America, as told by his thirteen-year-old daughter.Susy Clemens thought the world was wrong about her papa. They saw Mark Twain as ''a humorist joking at everything.'' But he was so much more, and Susy was determined to set the record straight. In a journal she kept under her pillow, Susy documented her world-famous father-from his habits (good and
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