All mothers are good

When Maggie was a baby, she was taken to an orphanage where she was raised by a group of kind ladies. A few years later, she was adopted by her loving step mama who did everything to make sure she was cared for and happy. When it was time to go to school, Maggie hoped her first day would be the best day of her life. But something happened that ruined the day.

"All Mothers Are Good" is a book by Ilmar Tomusk (1964), an award-winning Estonian children's writer. Tomusk has written more than 30 children's books. His humorous stories, which alternate between elements of realism and fantasy, tell of clever, busy children's everyday activities and adventures. Testament to his popularity among young readers are his three Nukits Awards in addition to several other reader's-choice prizes.

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Format: A5, Hard cover
Content: illustrated 

pages: 64