Miss Daisy, who teaches second grade, doesn’t know how to add or subtract. Not only that, she doesn’t know how to read or write either. She is the dumbest teacher in the history of the world!
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I really dislike these books, but my 6-year-old loves them and keeps bringing them home from the school library.
I’m trying not to be a grouch, but the main character AJ has a really snotty, negative attitude. Many things are dismissed as “weird”, “dumb”, “annoying” or “boring”. I would not be happy if my sweet impressionable son starting talking like that all the time.
Also, did I miss a memo somewhere that the rules of grammar changed since I left school (it wasn’t THAT long ago was it)?
We’ve been reading a lot of Dan Gutman books in our school because he made a special guest appearance as an author/speaker yesterday. These books are funny, especially appealing to kids, and in the same manner as Junie B. Jones only for boys. Don’t let the illustrations put you off (as they did me) as being unappealing; the text is really quite hilarious. Reluctant readers will especially enjoy this Weird School Series.
This was recommended to me by the Barnes & Noble sales associate that said the series was popular right now. I have a 1st grade, 7 year old son who reads relatively advanced; I was looking for a bit of a challenge but still having a few pictures and what not. The reading was not difficult for him; however, after reading the first few chapters he told me there was a lot of “bad words” in this book. Mind you, he thinks words like “stupid,” “shut up,” and the alike are bad words. But regardless