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Follow Maggie’s hilarious diary over one school year.
She gets the worst part in the school play, her world record attempt goes disastrously wrong and as for her act in the talent show, well, let's just say she didn't expect underpants to fly out of her trumpet and land on the judge’s face!
Still, at least she has her three best friends, and her diary.
A story about friendship, family, and resilience.
Perfect for ages 8-12, with lots of doodley illustrations.
This version has been checked for typos.
From show "Girl with the Polka Dot Eyes" NYC Written and performed by Maggie Moore © Maggie Moore.
On a two-game winning streak, the Yale women’s lacrosse team returns to Ivy play this Saturday with a chance to declaw the Princeton Tigers. “Princeton is always a tough team to go up against, and they’ve been especially strong this year,” said defender Kate Walker ’16. The Tigers were on a three game winning streak until falling to Delaware in a 10–12 upset last Saturday. But in conference play, Princeton has cruised through games against Harvard and Dartmouth to pull out two wins from their Ivy foes. Meanwhile, Yale recently won two non-conference games, one last Saturday against San Diego State. “We played well as a team and were able to come up with a big win despite terrible weather conditions,” midfielder Kelly Anne Sherlock ’16 said last Sunday. Leading the Tigers in points are midfielder Olivia Hompe with 25 goals and nine assists and midfielder Erin Slifer with 20 goals and 12 assists. The Princeton team as a whole has averaged 26. 4 shots per game, creating a 44. 5 percent shot average within the past 11 games. On the defensive end, Princeton’s starting goalie Ellie DeGarmo has saved 65 out 74 shots, giving her a save percentage of 46. 8 percent, which places her three rankings below Yale goalie Erin Mullins ’15 at fifth in the league for save percentage. Though Princeton looks impressive on paper, the Elis are still going into the game focused on themselves. “What we’ve learned this season is that our team excels when we focus on ourselves, not on our opponents,” said Walker. Attacker Tess McEvoy ’17 explains that throughout the season the Yale team has been working on improving its communication and playing as one unit in both the offensive and defensive ends of its game. Meanwhile, Walker said the team can prepare for the game against Princeton by reflecting on the hard loss against Columbia a couple of weeks ago. “To counter against Princeton, in practice we have been developing the fluidity of our transition game, solidifying our fundamentals and simply focusing on smart and intuitive play throughout the field,” defender Maggie Moriarty ’16 said. Defender Victoria Moore ’17 is ranked at second place while midfielder Christina Doherty ’15 and. Source: Yale Daily News
A scene from Christopher Durang's "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike," at Cleveland Play House's Allen Theatre from April 3 - 26, 2015. From left to right: Maren Bush (Nina), Toni DiBuono (Sonia), Gregory Isaac Stone (Spike), Margaret Reed (Masha)
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