True Rating: 3.5 Stars
After reading Miss Nelson is Missing! I was extremely excited to get back into this classic children's story and I found it rather disappointing! I didn't hate the story but I felt meh during the entire time and the story was extremely short without much action compare to the original. Whenever books are meh to me it is very hard to rate it because it is definitely not 5 stars material and yet 3 stars to me me ...more
The text by Allard is witty, funny and imaginative. It continues the humor of the first book. Another chapter is added to the legend of Viola Swamp.
The illustrations by Harry Allard are hilarious. Allar ...more
Another fun story of Ms. Nelson, Viola Swamp and the class, with some crazy plots that classes wish they could get away with and teachers wish they could pull!
No content issues.
This book was really cute. I enjoyed the story a lot and loved the ending.
If I know ahead of t ...more
Adult me: 5 stars
*For the first book in a "child/teen/middlegrade/nostalgic" book, I am going with the rating younger me would have gone with, then if I read on in the series, I will rate the books what adult me believes it should be rated. If the book is a stand alone, I will go with whatever rating I feel most comfortable giving the book. Please note, I do not really think books should have an age limit. People should read what they want to regardless of the intended age group ...more