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Queen Esther & the Second Graders of Doom

3.52 of 5 stars 3.52  ·  rating details  ·  44 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Teaching Sunday school at her brother's church in the Bay area was supposed to help former champion athlete Esther "Essie" Walker understand boys--the better to raise her newborn son as a stellar example of manhood. "Fat chance!" Enter the eight-year-old male psyche: awful jokes, disrespectful behavior and general mayhem. Essie, the queen of control, finds herself in a bra ...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published February 1st 2006 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense
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Cute.\n\nThis was a mildly entertaining book although I definitely skimmed parts of it. Essie was a just a bit too good character for most parts of the book. And the job solution at the end was a bit too pat. \n\nBut entertaining.
Cute book that really speaks to the heart of a mother--especially a sleep deprived one!
A little preachy at time, but overall a cute book... I particularly enjoy the part where Ester, trying to teach her Sunday School class about miracles, ends up getting into a discussion on weather Jesus Christ does or does not have x-ray vision with a bunch of superhero loving 2nd grade boys.
This was a hilarious book about a new mom who just moved to California and began teaching Sunday School for a class of second grade boys. Esther’s adventures as she learns to make friends and manage her Sunday school class often reminded me of something I could see happening to me.
This is the most lighthearted, humorous selection we have found for you. It centers on a Sunday School teacher who is surrounded by rambunctious second-grade boys.
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An avid knitter, coffee junkie, and devoted chocoholic, Allie Pleiter writes both fiction and non-fiction. The enthusiastic but slightly untidy mother of two, Allie spends her days writing books, doing laundry, running carpools, and finding new ways to avoid housework. She grew up in Connecticut, holds a BS in Speech from Northwestern University, spent fifteen years in the field of professional fu ...more
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