squirmed in her seat. It was hard enough to work on her
spelling test with a fly buzzing around her face. But with
Kate trying to copy her paper, it was almost impossible.
in Children's Magic Window contains creative and logical
solutions that kids can believe--and maybe even apply to their
own lives someday. Parents, for example routinely advise
their children to report cheaters. But what if the cheater
is a best friend? That's the dilemma Melissa faces in The
Copycat, by Ann Crowder Herrick."
--Mary Morse, Editor (in 1989 Children's
Magazine Market, The Writer's Sourcebook)