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Miss Nelson Is Missing! (Miss Nelson, #1) Simplified Chinese Edition Of Miss Nelson Is Missing By Harry Allard And Illustrated By James Marshall This Is The First Of The Three Books Of Miss Nelson, The Nicest Teacher A Student Can Ever Have In Simplified Chinese Annotation Copyright Tsai Fong Books, Inc Distributed By Tsai Fong Books, Inc.


10 thoughts on “Miss Nelson Is Missing! (Miss Nelson, #1)

  1. says:

    Look at how wonderful Matthew s review is He is on a mission to discover the great classic children s books This is a clever wise mystery story for all ages A Treasure


  2. says:

    To check out all my reviews remember when I was a little kid I had a teacher who should us this book and I do not remember what grade this was or if she read us the story or not Anyway I am on this mission to discover classic children s books to read and fall in love with and for this one I found it adorable and smart I guarantee you if I was a little kid I wouldn t make the connection till the end but since I am an adult it is quite clear where Miss Nels To check out all my reviews remember when I was a little kid I had a teacher who should us this book and I do not remember what grade this was or if she read us the story or not Anyway I am on this mission to discover classic children s books to read and fall in love with and for this one I found it adorable and...


  3. says:

    The students in Miss Nelson s class, Room 207, were misbehaving again No matter how nicely Miss Nelson asked they won t stop talking, they won t do their schoolwork, they were even rude during story hour Sweet Miss Nelson knew something had to be done The next day at school Miss Nelson did not arrive in Room 207 The students were ecstatic, until they heard an unpleasant voice hissing down the hall The substitute teacher had arrived Her name was Miss Viola Swamp and her mood was as ugly as The students in Miss Nelson s class, Room 207, were misbehaving again No matter how nicely Miss Nelson asked they won t stop talking, they won t do their schoolwork, they were even rude d...


  4. says:

    Good lesson The illustrations weren t the best I plan to give it to my pastor s youngest daughter.


  5. says:

    Miss Nelson is Missing is a children s book written by Harry Allard along with illustrations by James Marshall and is about how the school s sweetest teacher suddenly disappears and is replaced by a vicious teacher who tortures the students in room 207 This book is surely a joy to read for children who love good humor and a good mystery to solve The book begins with the kids...


  6. says:

    I still have my copy of this book from kindergarten, and its story is timeless These days it seems like kids never respect anyone they re rude, nasty and cruel a lot of the time to their parents and teachers, but this book serves as a reminder to treat others the way you d like t...


  7. says:

    I remember this book from my childhood and I have always loved it I think I appreciate it a littlenow that I am an adult and a future teacher This book is a great read and the colorful illustrations will definitely help readers stay engaged and wanting to read it again and again Miss Nelson is a class teacher in Room 207 where the kids misbehave every day and show her absolutely no respect She is a very sweet teacher and the students take advantage of her One day, she gets fed up and I remember this book from my childh...


  8. says:

    one of my greatest joys as a mother is getting the opportunity to revisit all the books i loved as a child with my daughters last night or,accurately, this week , we ve been studying the allard oeuvre which fiona calls oubray and declares better than camels i am not sure what that means, or what she thinks oubray is, but i like it poor miss nelson, her students stink they misbehave and goof off during recreational reading hour and are total miscreants.so she dares to live the one of my greatest joys as a mother is getting the opportunity to revisit all the books i loved as a child with my daughters last night or,accurately, this week , we ve been studying the allard oeuvre which fiona calls oubray and declares better than camels i am not sure what that means, or what she thinks oubray is, but i like it poor miss nelson, her students stink they misbehave and goof off during recreational reading hour and are total miscreants.so she dares to live the dream, our miss nelson she decides she s going to get those kids to work and she does.the creation of viola swamp has to be the single most ingenious expression of the frustrated teacher brain ever and miss nelson, she ...


  9. says:

    The story and the illustrations are humorous and cute I d have adored this book as a kid and would have reread it over over, chortling all the while It took me a few pages to solve the mystery because I am slow, but whether it s figured out immediately, as I did, or not until toward the end, the storyline is really fun The names and words used are funny too Very enjoyable This is a great picture book school story of an inventive way to get a class to behave and appreciate a good and The story and the illustrations a...


  10. says:

    I read this book as a child I can remember that a substitute teacher was the first to introduce this book to me I remembered because I thought it was funny that Mrs Swamp in the book was a sub and the teacher reading it was too I think this book is a great way to teach students how to apprecia...