Mrs. Yonkers Is Bonkers! (My Weird School, #18)
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Mrs. Yonkers Is Bonkers! (My Weird School #18)

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Something weird is going on!

Mrs. Yonkers, the computer teacher, is the nerdiest teacher in the history of the world. She can type with her feet! She buys foam cheeseheads off eBay! She even puts a Webcam on a turtle! Is she trying to take over the planet?
Paperback, 112 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by HarperTrophy (first published January 1st 2007)
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Dan Gutman has done such a fun thing with this series of books. (My Weird School). He's captured the tone and voice of the age group perfectly, his humor is targeted at kids, and like Bugs Bunny cartoons...there's always a bit of a laugh for the adults who are reading along. His prose is easy; constructed to allow young readers to access it, while still maintaining solid structure and vocabulary.

My first grade son has devoured this series on his own, and then brings them to us to read so we can...more
Realizing, of course, that this is written to amuse 2nd grade boys, I give it a 5 star rating. It has accomplished its purpose, plus more: it amused and amazed me! This is a funny series that so far has not strayed very deeply into 2nd grade boy body humor (unless you count the part where Ryan shows the guys how to hold a spoon with your nose). A definite MUST HAVE for all who teach (or aspire to understand) 2nd graders.
May 02, 2012 Dolly rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: children starting to read chapter books
This is a fun story in the My Weird School series by Dan Gutman and Jim Paillot. The books are silly and somewhat redundant, but have a clever theme that is similar to the books in the Black Lagoon series by Mike Thaler.

This story features a wacky computer teacher who is brilliant, but odd. She is an inventor and loves technology. The book is a quick read and it's actually pretty entertaining.
Jul 01, 2014 Ben rated it 4 of 5 stars
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It's funny!
Caitlin doesn't care about these books, but Ian loved them at age 8. He still likes them now that he's 9, but is happy enough to get them from the library on occasion.
this book called me stupid one too many times. on the other hand it does have an exploding-remote-controlled pencil sharpener
This one was better than Miss Suki is Kooky, but not as good as the other ones we read.
ms. yonkers made the kids wear helmets that can speak their thoughts.
This involves 1 of my fav hobbies!...COMPUTER!!!!
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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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