Stacey Coolidge Fancy-Smancy Cursive Handwriting

ebook The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses

By Barbara Esham

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Carolyn loves second grade...until her difficulty with cursive handwriting shakes her confidence! If your child is struggling with fancy handwriting books or school assignments then this sweet picture book is for you. Perfect for teachers searching for genius and anxiety resources for their classrooms!

Stacey Coolidge is the best at handwriting. She hardly ever uses her eraser. But Carolyn isn't doing as well. Carolyn has been practicing cursive handwriting every day for weeks, and not only is she not going to get to play with Frederick, the class guinea pig, but her handwriting is also not much better than a guinea pig's. It's a good thing that her teacher, Mrs. Thompson, is able to turn her frustration into confidence!

This simple and humorous story reinforces the idea that practice always helps but that the end goal is not always perfection!

The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses series is meant to demonstrate various forms of learning, creativity, and intelligence. Each book introduces a realistic example of triumph over difficulty in a positive, humorous way that readers of all ages will enjoy!

The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses Series:
Free Association Where My Mind Goes During Science Class
Stacey Coolidge Fancy-Smancy Cursive Handwriting
Mrs. Gorski I Think I Have the Wiggle Fidgets
If You're So Smart, How Come You Can't Spell Mississippi
Last to Finish, A Story About the Smartest Boy in Math Class
Keep Your Eye on the Prize

Praise for the series:
"This is a wonderful book series. Each story shows children that success is about effort and determination, that problems need not derail them, and that adults can understand their worries and struggles. My research demonstrates that these lessons are essential for children." —Dr. Carol S. Dweck

Stacey Coolidge Fancy-Smancy Cursive Handwriting