Teachers, teachers, teachers
Everyone has been super excited about this new school year. On our wall graph, kids got to decide whether or not they were ready to go back to school. And, guess what? Most kids said yes! If you are so happy with your teacher this year, you will definitely enjoy one of these books all about teachers! Or, look around the Library to find some more!
Because of Mr. Terupt by Rob Buyea
*This book was also nominated for a Bluestem Award for 2013!*
First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg
Just like many other people, Sarah does not want to get up and get ready for school on the first day. She is nervous about starting at her new school!
Frindle by Andrew Clements
What is a teacher to do with Nicholas Allen? He won't even use the words that are written in the dictionary. He has to make up his own!
The Magical Ms. Plum by Bonny Becker
All teachers have a little bit of magic in them.
Miss Malarkey Doesn't Live in Room 10 by Judy Finchler
Can you believe it? Teachers have their own places to live! They do not live at school!
My Teacher Ate My Homework by Dan Greeburg
This is a book from "The Zack Files". All I know is that this book involves a substitute teacher and werewolves.
Once upon an Ordinary School Day by Colin McNaughton
A teacher hands out an unusual creative writing assignment that leaves students baffled.
Our Librarian Won't Tell Us Anything! by Toni Buzzeo
I know that this about librarians, but it is very specifically about a librarian who works in a school. Will the students take the time to figure things out on their own?
The School Master by Wil Mara
A non-fiction title that reviews the evolution of schools. If you like reading about Colonial America, you will enjoy this title.
The Teacher's Funeral: A Comedy in Three Parts by Richard Peck
After the unfortunate death of his teacher, Russell can only hope that school will be closed! He is quickly disappointed when his sister takes over the one-room school.
Totally Wonderful Miss Plumberry by Michael Rosen
Another teacher dilemma. What will Miss Plumberry do to help a sad student when her show-and-tell object is upstaged by another student's toy?
This list was extracted from LibrarySparks, Aug/Sep 2012 issue.