How can a young girl expect make important elected officials listen? Edwina is doubtful that she can, but she just so happens to have the same name as ninety-year-old, highly respected aunt! What would be the harm in forging her auntís name on the letters she writes to the mayor? Would they listen to her concerns then? Can she get the giant on her side?**
31-pages of activities in paired units for Imogene's Last Stand, now paired with the novel, Edwina Victorious, two excellent books about getting involved in government to stand up for our American Constitutional Rights are now available! Choose PDF or PowerPoint formats easy for lesson planning, handouts, or projection on your SmartBoard for is now available!
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