Teacher Appreciation Day is coming, and Maybella Jean Wishywashy just can't decide what to bring. While the other kids choose apples for their teacher, Maybella buys a whole array of different foods. When other students dress in Mrs. Shepherd's favorite color, Maybella decides to wear all the colors. But despite her indecision, it's Maybella who comes up with the perfect response when a TV crew shows up and asks the class what they like most about their teacher. Lively and entertaining, this sequel to School Picture Day is sure to be appreciated by students and teachers alike.
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||9.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.13(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Lynn Plourde and Thor Wickstrom are the author-illustrator team who created another book about Mrs. Shepherd's class, School Picture Day. Publishers Weekly called it "a zany portrait [and] a winning snapshot of an unconventional heroine whose curiosity saves the day."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My 4 year old daughter 'reads' this book in her bed every night. We've renewed it from the library several times, and now it's time to buy our own. I think she likes it so much because it's about a girl who loves her teacher so much, she can't decide what to do for her on Teacher Appreciation Day. I think most 4 and 5 year olds feel that way about their teachers, so she can relate to it.