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What started out as an ordinary day at Lynn Road Elementary School proved anything but ordinary in the exciting ebook, Miss S. Goes to Mars. Substitute teacher extraordinaire Miss S.’s fourth grade class has their hands full when their teacher is needed on Mars to teach the Martians how to read. Based on kids in her actual classes, Miss S.’s students meet aliens, discover spaceships and learn to decipher a new language in this captivating chapter book. Accompanied by amazing full-color illustrations, Miss S. Goes...
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Miss S. Goes to Mars

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Overview

What started out as an ordinary day at Lynn Road Elementary School proved anything but ordinary in the exciting ebook, Miss S. Goes to Mars. Substitute teacher extraordinaire Miss S.’s fourth grade class has their hands full when their teacher is needed on Mars to teach the Martians how to read. Based on kids in her actual classes, Miss S.’s students meet aliens, discover spaceships and learn to decipher a new language in this captivating chapter book. Accompanied by amazing full-color illustrations, Miss S. Goes to Mars is a great book for elementary-aged kids learning to read on their own who enjoy a good adventure.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013894624
  • Publisher: Thinker Media, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/2/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 926 KB

Meet the Author

Maureen Schlukbier was born and educated outside of Toronto. She studied communications in college and worked as a writer/producer in television advertising. She continued freelance writing when her family moved to California, but her real passion has always been sharing stories with children. Her native island in Parry Sound, Ontario, is home to many characters in her stories, like Chretian the snapping turtle, who breaks through the ice in spring to visit her every year, and Waffle the little lost bear.

Maureen currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, and works in the Wake County Public School System. Miss S. Goes to Mars was written to educate and inspire a difficult class. Each of the students played an important role in this funny, witty, educational story.
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