Miss Malarkey Leaves No Reader Behindby Kevin O'Malley, Judy Finchler, O Illustrated by, Malley
Principal Wiggins has promised to dye his hair purple and sleep on the school roof if the students read 1,000 books this year, and Miss Malarkey is determined to find the right book for every student, including this story's reluctant-reader narrator. Winning her students over book by book, Miss Malarkey will have students loving to read in no time. As the best selling series continues as an e-book, no teacher, librarian, or parent should leave this book behind!
- Bloomsbury USA
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- 21 MB
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- Age Range:
- 6 - 9 Years
Meet the Author
Judy Finchler is the co-author of the beloved Miss Malarkey series. She is a retired elementary school teacher and librarian from Parsippany, New Jersey.
KEVIN O'MALLEY is the co-author and illustrator of the popular Miss Malarkey series as well as the award-winning Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude and the national bestseller Gimme Cracked Corn and I Will Share. He lives in Maryland. www.booksbyomalley.com
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This book is a must have for librarians and reading teachers alike. It has a strong message that all reluctant readers need to hear. They need to know that there's a book out there that is just right for them. Once they find that book, it opens up the world to them.
Loved the way the book showed the dedication of a teacher to help a student become interested in Reading! My soon to be 2nd grader identified with Sam. He, too, does not enjoy reading, but this book struck a chord with him.
Judy Finchler and Kevin O'Malley's Miss Malarkey Leaves No Reader Behind provides another Miss Malarkey tale, this telling of a principal who says he'll dye his toupee purple and sleep on the school's roof if the students read 1,000 books before June. Miss Malarkey is determined to turn her class into readers ¿ including the athletes, artists and video game players. But how? Another fun story evolves.