By Lisa Horstman
Matilda is a fowl with angle: proud, dignified, and scrappy. Aunt Susan sends her to Mae, who likes to tackle certain initiatives. yet not anything is fast or effortless with Matilda. Mae by no means needed to paintings so challenging earlier than! quickly new initiatives seize her cognizance, and Matilda is ignored. whilst Aunt Susan plans a trip, Mae has to determine what it takes to deal with a different chook like Matilda.
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Squawking Matilda by Lisa Horstman