Ms. McCaw learns to draw

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Arthur A. Levine Books, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Dudley Ellington struggles to learn anything at school, but when his very patient teacher, Mrs. McGraw, is unable to draw a face on the board, he helps her figure out how to do it.

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Review: Ms. Mccaw Learns To Draw

User Review  - Liann Darby - Goodreads

I liked the way this book portrayed the relationship between a student with a learning disability and his teacher. It went through what the teacher did to help him and then he got the opportunity to ... Read full review

Review: Ms. Mccaw Learns To Draw

User Review  - Betsy Owens - Goodreads

Summary Dudley Ellington is a young man who has a difficult time concentrating and learning things at school. His teacher Ms. McCaw is both patient and protective of Dudley. The other students in ... Read full review

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