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My Weird School: #1-4 [Collection with Bonus Material] (My Weird School #1-4)

4.24 of 5 stars 4.24  ·  rating details  ·  184 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Don’t miss out on an exciting new My Weird School ebook collection, complete with the first four books in Dan Gutman’s seriously hilarious and seriously zany series. The collection includes My Weird School #1: Miss Daisy Is Crazy!, My Weird School #2: Mr. Klutz Is Nuts!, My Weird School #3: Mrs. Roopy Is Loopy!, My Weird School #4: Ms. Hannah Is Bananas!, and a bunch of se ...more
ebook, 400 pages
Published August 30th 2011 by HarperCollins (first published July 27th 2010)
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Kate
I borrowed this ebook bundle because we can't keep the My Weird School books on the shelf at the library and I wanted to see what they were like. The teachers aren't actually crazy like the book titles suggest, they just use teaching techniques that the child characters in the book find strange. I'll give Dan Gutman points, he pretty much tailor-made this series for reluctant readers. The narrator, A.J., claims to hate school and hate every idea that the teachers propose to motivate learning, bu ...more
Erica Collins
My Son really enjoyed these stories. He would pick them up and read them on his own.
Jean Ann
I read Mrs. Roopy is Loopy! from Dan Gutman’s My Weird School series. The series follows a boy named A.J. who claims to hate school. Mrs. Roopy, the new librarian at Ella Mentry School, “invites” famous historical figures and nursery rhyme characters to the library to encourage her students to read. The students suspect that these guest speakers are in fact Mrs. Roopy in disguise. They decide to investigate, and are determined to find out if Mrs. Roopy is crazy or just a devoted librarian.
Mandy
I got this e-book bundle on sale and read through the 4 books because they fly off the shelf at the elementary school. I thought they were a bit formulaic, and the characters were one-dimensional. Some of it was cute, and I don't think they're a bad influence or anything, but I don't see myself reading any more of the series. It's just nice to know what the kids are reading.
M Di
Oct 10, 2013 M Di rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
Recommended to M by: A librarian
I would read ALL the weird school books (which I did). I think they are so kid friendly. In elementry school, Dan Gutman came to visit. I FREAKED!!! Love his books. I would put all his books on my goodreads account!
Richard E. Drolet
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these books are to short and they aren't as good as many reviews said that they are. Don't buy the book.
Szneco
It's fabulous. This series give us lots of perspectives about education. The teachers in here are very creative and know how learning fun is good for kids.
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The author of over 80 books in a little over a decade of writing, Dan Gutman has written on topics from computers to baseball. Beginning his freelance career as a nonfiction author dealing mostly with sports for adults and young readers, Gutman has concentrated on juvenile fiction since 1995. His most popular titles include the time-travel sports book Honus and Me and its sequels, and a clutch of ...more
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Other Books in the Series

My Weird School (1 - 10 of 21 books)
  • Miss Daisy Is Crazy! (My Weird School, #1)
  • Mr. Klutz Is Nuts! (My Weird School, #2)
  • Mrs. Roopy Is Loopy! (My Weird School, #3)
  • Ms. Hannah Is Bananas! (My Weird School, #4)
  • Miss Small Is off the Wall! (My Weird School, #5)
  • Mr. Hynde Is Out of His Mind! (My Weird School, #6)
  • Mrs. Cooney Is Loony! (My Weird School, #7)
  • Ms. LaGrange Is Strange! (My Weird School, #8)
  • Miss Lazar Is Bizarre! (My Weird School, #9)
  • Mr. Docker Is Off His Rocker! (My Weird School, #10)
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“She looked like she might run out of the room crying like she usually does for no reason.” 0 likes
“When the blood rushes to my head, it helps me think.” Well, I know that blood rushing to your head doesn’t help you grow hair, because Mr. Klutz had no hair on his head at all. He was bald as a balloon.” 0 likes
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