The Magical Ms. Plum

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Random House Children's Books, Sep 8, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
Ms. Plum is the magical teacher every schoolkid wishes for!

Everybody wants to be in Ms. Plum’s class. It’s not just that she teaches the usual things in unusual ways. There’s something more, something about Ms. Plum herself—and her mysterious supply closet. Whenever she asks her students to get her an eraser or a pencil or some paper clips, they come back with something . . . unusual. Who’d have thought a pinky-sized alligator, a big-mouth parrot, or a tiny wolf could teach kids a thing or two about life?

Each year, Ms. Plum is certain she’s had her best class ever. And it looks like this year . . . she’s right!

Relatable behavioral and personality issues are poked gently with empathy and humor in this fun, warmhearted chapter book.

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User Review  - jforrest21 - LibraryThing

This was a easy read and a page turner. The author really knows how what to write about to get the children's attention. The plot would keep the children interested and wanting to know more. Read full review

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User Review  - SJoachim - LibraryThing

Ms. Plum's students think that she is just a regular third grade teacher, but they soon learn there is something special about her and her supply closet. There is a special surprise awaiting every student who enters her classroom. Read full review


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Bonny Becker lives in Seattle, Washington.

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