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Miss Smith's Incredible Story Book Hardcover – July 28, 2003
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Some recent Michael Garland books from are; Oh, What A Christmas! Scholastic, Miss Smith Under the Ocean, Dutton Publishers, and Grandpa's Tractor, Boyds Mills
Michael Garland's greatest success has been for writing and illustrating children's picture books. Garland's Miss Smith's Incredible Storybook recently won the California and Delaware State Reading Awards. He is currently working on his thirtieth book as author and illustrator.
Michael Garland has illustrated for celebrity authors like James Patterson and Gloria Estefan. His illustrations for Patterson's SantaKid were the inspiration for Sak's Fifth's Avenue's Christmas holiday window display in New York City. Garland's Christmas Magic has become a season classic and is currently being developed for a for a TV special.
His work has won many honors and is frequently included in the Society of Illustrators and the Original Art of Children's book show as well annuals from Print, Graphis and Communications Arts magazines. Recently, Michael Garland was included on the list of the top one hundred Irish Americans by Irish American Magazine.
Michael Garland is frequently asked to speak at schools, literary conferences and festivals across the country.
Top Customer Reviews
The story is humorous enough, but the illustrations are just fantastic in this book. Lots of bright colors will draw a child's eye all over the pages and the depictions of famous storybook characters are perfect. I love this book and am anxious to read the sequel. I've ordered if for our library, but the waiting period stinks!
When the class was an about to start Zack thought that this year will be as boring as last year. Until Miss Smith enter to the room and said "Good morning class." Zack thought that that it was way more different from the other teachers(it had spiky hair.)When ever she tells a story all the characters come alive. One day Miss Smith couln't go to school and the principal needed to read!!! What do you think the principal would say? What would happen?
I recomend this book to kids 4-9. Parents will enjoy reading it to their children also.
In MISS SMITH'S INCREDIBLE STORYBOOK, Miss Smith is the new teacher, and she makes both reading and school cool. She has bright orange, punked out hair, wears red Converse high tops, and a black leather jacket with buttons of cool rock bands on the collar. And when she reads to the class from her storybook, the stories come to life...literally. Zack and the rest of his classmates suddenly find themselves on the deck of a pirate ship or in the woods with Little Red Ridinghood. At the end of each story, the characters and the locations pop back into the book. Zack and his friends are very excited about class and about reading. One day, however, Miss Smith is late for class, and Principal Rittenrotten (gotta love that name!) begins to read from Miss Smith's book. Suddenly, the storybook characters are out of control! Can Miss Smith get them all back safely in the book?
MISS SMITH'S INCREDIBLE STORYBOOK is pure delight. I bough it as a Christmas present for my 3 and ½ year old on the recommendation of a friend, and my wee one just loves it (I do, too!). The story is simple and clearly told. She follows it without out any problems and just loves looking at the vibrant, colorful drawings. She easily identifies the characters from other familiar stories, and finds the entire dilemma in the book to be hilarious.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Incredibly clever writer, artist, story teller. School goes from boring to reading is FUN!! This is as close to perfect that a book can be. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Persop
A patron checked out this book at the public library, and I fell in love with the characters. Miss Smith reads books in her class, and the stories and character come to life. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Miss Collins
Excellent for a read aloud for the start of the school.Published 5 months ago by Lolo in California
My kids can't get enough of this book – especially my three-year-old boy. I also read it to my first grade class from time to time and they love the illustrations.Published 5 months ago by Scott
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this series of books. Bought them for the grandchildren (ages 7-5-3) and they love them also.Published 14 months ago by K. Crickmore
Great for teaching phrases and words that express feelings and emotions to first grade common core rl1.4 standard.
Great pictures also!
Beautifully colorful and fun illustrations. This character (Miss Smith) is a winner for sure. Book is probably great for kids 5-7.Published on December 1, 2013 by Zinderella
Great book. Funny and my kid loved it. Would recommend the book to all parents to read with their kids.Published on October 19, 2013 by Sheila Marillier