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Miss Nelson Is Missing! by Harry Allard
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Dec 28, 2010

it was amazing

The children in Miss Nelson’s class behaved horribly. Miss Nelson decided to dress up like a mean teacher and pretend to be a substitute teacher. The kids hated the new teacher and wanted Miss Nelson to come back. Eventually Miss Nelson returns to class as herself, and all of the students appreciate how nice she is and they all behave nicely.
The pictures in this book are colored in light shades of yellow, pink and green. The kids wear crazy outfits with huge hair bows. There are many things featured in the artwork that are not mentioned in the story, causing the reader to have to pay attention to the pictures as well as the words.
This book is a good book to read to young children. Students in second grade and up will enjoy reading the book on their own and examining the pictures.

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