Miss Daisy Is Crazy! (My Weird School, Book 1)
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With more than 6.5 million books sold, the My Weird School series really gets kids reading!
For A.J. and the gang at Ella Mentry School, weirdness and fun are all part of the routine. In this first book in the outrageously funny series that has reached millions of readers around the world, second-grade teacher Miss Daisy is in over her head. She doesn't even know how to add or subtract! But the kids have other things on their minds. Principal Klutz has promised that if they read a million pages in books, they can turn the school into a video-game arcade for one whole night!
One thing's for sure--life at Ella Mentry School is never going to be the same again! Perfect for reluctant readers and word-lovers alike, My Weird School has something for everyone.
Supports the Common Core State Standards
There’s this big poster on her wall that says this: I tried to read it, and it didn’t make any sense at all. Even Andrea Young didn’t know how to read the poster, and she knows everything. I think Mrs. Cooney has created a secret code, and she’s using the poster to send mystery spy messages. I will have to keep an eye on her. When we walked into Mrs. Cooney’s office, she had us all line up in size order. I was one of the shortest kids, so I had to stand in the front of the line. Then Mrs.
Your Goal by Reading” on them. Miss Daisy said that even though Boomer read the book to us, we could still add fifty-two pages to the total number of pages we’ve read. The temperature level on the thermometer in the hallway kept getting higher and higher. 11 We Rule the School! Finally the big moment arrived. It was Andrea Young (of course!) who read the one-millionth page. We all cheered when Miss Daisy went out in the hallway and filled in the top of the thermometer all the way
can take all the apples away and it wouldn’t bother me one bit.” “You would have thirty apples,” said that girl Andrea Young in the front of the class. She had a big smile on her face, like she had just opened all her birthday presents. Andrea Young thinks she’s so smart. “I hate arithmetic,” I announced. “You know what?” Miss Daisy said. “I hate arithmetic too!” “You do?” we all said. “Sure! I don’t even know what you get if you multiply four times four.” “You don’t?” “I have no idea,”
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Miss Daisy said, scratching her head and wrinkling up her forehead like she was trying to figure it out. “Maybe one of you kids can explain it to me?” Boy, Miss Daisy was really dumb! Even I know what you get when you multiply four times four. But that smarty-pants-I-know-everything-girl Andrea Young beat me to it and got called on first. “If you put four crayons in a row,” she told Miss Daisy as she put a bunch of crayons on the top of her desk, “and you make four rows of four crayons,