The Classroom at the End of the Hall [NOOK Book]

Overview

Each chapter of this humorous mystery tells a tall tale that teaches a lesson about schools, teachers, and kids.
“They say the classroom at the end of the hall is haunted.” Extraordinary things happen in that room. For example, when Roger steps outside to clap the erasers, the large cloud of chalk dust turns into a genie; Emily discovers a resident messy-desk pest living in her desk; and Charlie’s new art teacher looks remarkably like his stick...
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Overview

Each chapter of this humorous mystery tells a tall tale that teaches a lesson about schools, teachers, and kids.
“They say the classroom at the end of the hall is haunted.” Extraordinary things happen in that room. For example, when Roger steps outside to clap the erasers, the large cloud of chalk dust turns into a genie; Emily discovers a resident messy-desk pest living in her desk; and Charlie’s new art teacher looks remarkably like his stick figure drawings. Go figure
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608980161
  • Publisher: namelos
  • Publication date: 9/9/2009
  • Series: Classroom Tales , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 138
  • Sales rank: 529,348
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Douglas Evans is the author of MVP*, Apple Island, and the previous collections of classroom tales: Math Rashes and The Classroom at the End of the Hall. He has a master's degree in education and has taught for fifteen years in settings ranging from a small logging town in Oregon to international schools in Helsinki and London. He currently lives in Berkeley, California.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2013

    Great Book

    I've read this book 5 times

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  • Posted July 2, 2013

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    The Classroom at the End of the Hall by Douglas Evans is a fun c

    The Classroom at the End of the Hall by Douglas Evans is a fun chapter book that will even get reluctant readers to keep turning the pages.  As a teacher, I saw some of my students in these characters and I am sure children will be able to identify with them as well.  Whether they see themselves or someone in their class, there is enough fun, exaggeration, and peculiarities in the room at the end of the hall for everyone.  This story would be great as a read aloud too!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2004

    Very well done. Highly recommended.

    Enter W.T. Melon Elementary School and join the third-graders in the classroom at the end of the hall. Some very odd things happen in that special classroom. Mr. Leeks, the custodian, tells everyone who will listen that he hears noises coming from inside that room, even late at night. Once, Mr. Leeks was outside cleaning and looked through the classroom window only to see someone sitting at the teacher's desk! Mr. Leeks promises that he saw the ghost of W.T. Melon sitting there, plain as day, teaching an invisible class. Of course, that is impossible since Mr. Melon died over twenty years ago. ............................... While you read about the third-graders in the classroom at the end of the hall, you will watch nine kids have some amazing things happen to them. For example, Roger is the class Pain-in-the-Neck. But after a visit from a dust genie that changes. Then there is Emily who is a very tidy girl, except for her desk. When a desk pest makes her desk his home, she changes her ways. Let us not forget Kenneth either. He finds reading to be difficult. But a magical book that tells the future makes reading a joy. ................................... ***** Nine tales grace this book's pages. Each story is accompanied by wondrous illustrations that will bring any young child's imagination to life. This is perfect as a first chapter book for pre-schoolers, if parents have been helping their child to read early. Most kids will be able to read it by first or second grade. Parents would do well to purchase this book and read one story (one chapter) to their children before putting them to bed. It not only makes for wonderful bed time tales, but also help the kids get an early start on reading. The stories are so delightful that children may ask for a story from this book, instead the normal ones. Very well done! Highly recommended! *****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2001

    2001 stars

    This is the best book I have ever read besides APPLE ISLAND the prequil and the SKIN I'M IN. Dougles Evens has a very creative mind and is just full of surprises. I hope even adults read this book even thought it is a 3rd grade reading level. I't wounderful!! SO READ IT!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2001

    The Classroom at the End of the Hall Review

    This book was a really exciting book about the students in the class at the end of the hall. There is something weird with each student. You can help solve some mysteries about the Clasroom at the end of the hall while your reading. I think people who like funny books would really enjoy reading a book like this. Every chapter has at least five funny things in it.

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