Maggie Jean

Based on a true story of a rural Midwestern girl, of USA, growing up in the 1950.s and 1960’s. Maggie Jean was never allowed to play team sports. Read with curiosity, imaging this time period in history, and think how it compares to what you are experiencing in our own life. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » USA
  • Words: 28,240
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311983312
About Peggy Kulczewski

Peggy Ault Kulczewski grew up on a farm near Monmouth, Illinois. She received her bachelor's and masters in Physical Education from the University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana. She met her future husband there. Peggy taught in Fairborn, Ohio, and Wattsburg, Pennsylvania before returning to Illinois. Peggy continued teaching in the Monmouth school system. Her love of being with people led her into volunteering in 4-H, school, and church activities. Raising three children and sharing with her extended family gave her much joy. Because of her love of writing, there are more books in the making.
Currently, Peggy Kulczewski serves as a licensed local pastor at Smithshire United Methodist Church and Kirkwood United Methodist Church Some of her interests include gardening, stained glass, cooking, all kinds of sports, and entertaining family and friends.

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