Apple Island: Or the Truth About Teachers

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Front Street, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 143 pages
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Bradley doesn't like school. It's boring and Mrs. Gross, his new teacher, is really crabby. But he has no idea how good school really is--not until he discovers that something is terribly wrong with the teachers. In fact, if Bradley doesn't act quickly, schools everywhere could be ruined.

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User Review  - frozenplums - LibraryThing

Bradley hates school and everything to do with it. He hates getting up in the morning; he hates getting on the school bus; he hates sitting in the classroom; but most of all he hates his new teacher ... Read full review

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Contents

The School Day Begins
7
The Teachers Lounge
22
Teacherville
40
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Douglas Evans is the author of MVP*, Apple Island, and the previous collections of classroom tales: Math Rashes and The Classroom at the End of the Hall. He has a masters degree in education and has taught for fifteen years in settings ranging from a small logging town in Oregon to international schools in Helsinki and London. He currently lives in Berkeley, California.

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