Math Rashes and Other Classroom Tales This laugh-out-loud sequel to THE CLASSROOM AT THE END OF THE HALL is a witty collection of cautionary tales.
The New-School-Year-Moon hangs above every school the night before it opens. This year it shines over the W.T. Melon Elementary School brighter than ever. And the man in the moon is W.T. Melon himself! There's no doubt that, this year will be full of magical surprises that may teach Morgan, Kate, and the rest of the third graders a lesson or two.
Playground equipment gives a bully a taste of his own medicine, a fairy godteacher grants any wish, a rash breaks out after too much math--these are just a few of the wacky events that unfold in the classroom at the end of the hall.
In these hilarious episodes of education gone awry, familiar characters like Motormouth Morgan and Richard the Bully learn about school and life as their routines are turned upside down and inside out. Magical events bring inanimate objects to life - lunchboxes, playground equipment, mealworms, and pencil sharpeners teach their own lessons...not at all by the book. Each of Douglas Evans' imaginative stories provides a new twist on the nature of schools, teachers, kids, and learning itself.
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