Famous Authors Word Scramble Worksheet
"miegaHnwym"? Hemingway, of course. Have a little extra time? Ask your literary sleuths to unscramble the letters to discover the names of famous authors. An answer key is included, for resource (Beware! Hemingway's name is misspelled!)
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