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Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger
Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger
Author: Louis Sachar
ISBN-13: 9780785795643
ISBN-10: 0785795642
Publication Date: 10/1999
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
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5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Rebound by Sagebrush
Book Type: School Library Binding
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Helpful Score: 1
I read this growing up and loved it! Now my son read this book along with Sideways Stories from Wayside Schools too and he loved it too read them both in one night each! Very entertaining book for kids.
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From Publishers Weekly
Revolving around the substitute teachers that the students of this zany school must endure, the 30 stories here will delight devotees of the Wayside School; according to PW, Sachar's supply of plot twists and plays on words are "inexhaustible." Ages 8-12.
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Cover art is different, but same book. Funny stories for grade schoolers!
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The kids are back at wayside school and the fun begins on every floor!
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Different cover from the one shown.
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Aren't we glad its getting stranger. This series is enjoyed by elementary school age (and their parents, who may fight the kids for the first read). Trapped voices get returned - even to Scotland; Santa Claus is proved to be real; and Louis the yard teacher becomes fist a villain and then a romantic hero.
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Back Cover:
Before you enter Wayside School, you should know that it's a thirty-story building with one classsroom on each floor. Mrs. Jewel 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.
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All the kids from Wayside School had to spend 243 days in horrible schools while Wayside was closed to get rid of the cows {Don't ask!). Now the kids are back and the fun begins again on every floor. Miss Mush has prepared a special lunch of baked liver in purple sauce, and it's Pet Day on the 30th floorwith dogs and cats and frogs and skunks and pigs, and an orange named Fido causing a terrible commotion. In Mrs. Drazil's class, they're throwing a coffeepot, a sack of potatoes, a pencil sharpener, and a light bulb out the window to see which hits the ground first. But the big surprise is Mrs. Jewls is expecting a babybut one named Cootie Face or Bucket Head"and a substitute teacher is comingand everyone knows what that means...
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strangly terrific
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Wacky stories of Wayside school...listed for ages 8-12
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My 9-year old son loves the Wayside School books. He has read them all and just devoured each one.
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My 8 year old daughter says it has funny parts and is very good.
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one of my favorite childhood books
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Glow in the dark cover!
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So funny! Enjoyable for kids as well as adults! Never a dull moment!