The John Hancock Club

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Margaret K. McElderry Books,
Pub. Date:
[2007]
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English
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Sean McFerrin and his third grade class in Room 121 can't wait to learn how to write in cursive handwriting. Their teacher, Mrs. Tovani, promises that whoever learns to use a legible and elegant cursive will be inducted into the John Hancock Club. Joining a club sounds exciting, but who is John Hancock? As Sean and his classmates practice cursive writing, they also learn about John Hancock, a patriot in the American Revolution who had a very special signature and who was cheered in an extraspecial way: "Huzzah! Huzzah!" Will Sean's cursive ever be good enough for him to join a club named after such an important man? The surprises in store for Sean and his friends make for the best third grade year ever! Huzzah!
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9781416918134
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subject_facet Clubs -- Juvenile fiction, Penmanship -- Juvenile fiction, Schools -- Juvenile fiction
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title_full The John Hancock Club / written by Louise Borden ; illustrated by Adam Gustavson
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