Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger
HarperCollins, 2017年4月4日 - 160 頁
Bestselling and Newbery Medal-winning author Louis Sachar knows how to make readers laugh. And there are laughs galore in perennial favorite Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger!
Before you enter Wayside School, you should know that it’s a thirty-story building with one classroom on each floor. Mrs. Jewls teaches the class on the thirtieth story. Miss Zarves teaches the class on the nineteenth story—except there is no nineteenth story, so there is no Miss Zarves.
Understand? Good. Explain it to Calvin.
More than fifteen million readers have laughed at the clever and hilarious stories of Wayside School. So what are you waiting for? Come visit Wayside School! Kids 7 to 13 will zoom through these chapter books—laughing their way through the fast, funny, silly but relatable stories.
This funny chapter book series includes:
"That's a nice sweater, Kathy," said Allison, who always tried to say something nice. Kathy moved on to Terrence. "I'm sure glad to see you, Terrence!" she said. "You are?" asked Terrence. "Yes," said Kathy. "I thought you'd be in jail ...
"Isn't that nice," said Mrs. Jewls. "What a bunch of baloney! There I was, lying on a beach in Jamaica, when suddenly I get a fax that the dumb school was back open. Well, those kids better not bother me. My friends?
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LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - eas7788 - LibraryThing
I love how these books hold up and how they stay true to themselves -- despite being written decades apart. They capture the way school is its own complete world, how it works in strange ways that as a child you accept, how its people are larger than life. 閱讀評論全文
LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - snickel63 - LibraryThing
Louis does it again! Our favorite characters are up to their "strange" ways. I love that each novel ends a way that makes a connection to the previous books. 閱讀評論全文
Why the Children Decided They Had to Get Rid of Mrs Draiil
The Blue Notebook
Glum and Blah
9 Something Different i about Mrs Jewls
The New Teacher
A Light Bulb a Pencil Sharpener a Coffeepot and a Sack of Potatoes
An Elephant in Wayside School
Never Laugh at a Shoelace
Flowers for a Very Special Person
The Little Stranger