Book Reviews of Miss Nelson is Back (Miss Nelson, Bk 2)

Miss Nelson is Back (Miss Nelson, Bk 2)
Miss Nelson is Back - Miss Nelson, Bk 2
Author: James Marshall (Illustrator), Harry G. Allard
ISBN-13: 9780395416686
ISBN-10: 039541668X
Publication Date: 4/28/1986
Pages: 32
Reading Level: Ages 4-8
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Book Type: Paperback
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Your simply can't go wrong with an Allard book. This is another beloved book at our house. My son loved this book. It is cute, funny and there is a lesson in there that is shown with humor.
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My daughter and I both love this book!
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Miss Nelson, a school teacher, needs to have her tonsils taken out and will be away from her class. This book is about the antics students will do to avoid boring or strict substitute teachers.
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THIS IS A FUN AND COLORFUL SCHOLASTIC BOOK! IT IS ABOUT A CLASS WHO GETS A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER!!

YOU AND YOUR CHILD WILL LOVE THIS BOOK!
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Part of the Miss Nelson and Viola Swamp series, I loved these as a kid.
The kids in room 207 take advantage of Miss Nelsons' sickness and have fun away from school. But Viola Swamp has a thing or two to say about that!
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A really funny book. Miss Nelson stands for NO foolishness, so when she's away 'the cats will play' as they say. There's something about this book that appeals to the rascal in all of us. I loved it.
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You will need to read the first book before you read this to fully appreciate it. And, like most sequels, it isn't as good as the first one (still worth it, though).