The School Nurse from the Black Lagoon
Her name is Miss Hearse the Nurse, and she dresses all in black. You won't go to see her unless you're really sick. No wonder the wary young hero of this fourth Black Lagoon novel is terrified of meeting the new school nurse--who, of course, turns out to be the nicest, prettiest school nurse in the world!
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A boy recalls the awful horrible stories he has heard of the school nurse. She seems evil and sinister. One day he realizes that he has broken out in small blue dots so he is forced to go to the school nurse. Once he arrives he realizes that none of the stories he has heard were true. She was able to fix him right up. She gave him a new pen and a whole new outlook on the school nurse. I love this book so much. It was really interesting to read. The children I read it to really enjoyed it as well. It was very easy to read aloud. It enabled me to use different tones in my voice which the children really enjoyed. This book is part of a series. You could use this series in a lesson plan about school because all of the books have something to do with the different employees in a school system. You could also have the kids diagnose the students mysterious blue dots or color some on their hand with washable marker. You could also use a stenciled hand and have them make their own colorful desease.
Review: The School Nurse from the Black Lagoon (Black Lagoon #4)User Review - Goodreads
I great read to read to my younger brother who like me reading to he on occasions.