Mrs. McGraw Learns to Draw
Kaethe Zemach's latest adorable offering is both a sweet school story AND a lesson for little fingers on how to draw!
Dudley Ellington tries, but he's just no good at school. Luckily, he has Ms. McCaw as a teacher. She's patient and she never lets other students pick on Dudley. Also, she knows wonderful things -- why stars shine, how plants grow. Dudley thinks Ms. McCaw knows everything.
Then one day, Ms. McCaw tries to draw a simple face on the chalkboard -- and she can't do it! The other kids start to snicker, but Dudley jumps to the rescue and gives his favorite teacher a drawing lesson. With Kaethe Zemach's cheery illustrations showing the way, all little fingers will itch to take up a pencil!
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Review: Ms. Mccaw Learns To DrawUser Review - Katharine - Goodreads
Audience: primary grades Appeal: You get to see Dudley, a young student helping his teacher (who the children believe is smart and knows everything). Application: We can learn something from everyone we meet. Award: 2011-2012 Nominee for the Nebraska Golden Sower Read full review
Review: Ms. Mccaw Learns To DrawUser 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