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A 2002 INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOCIATION/CHILDREN'S BOOK COUNCIL CHILDREN'S CHOICE SELECTION
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Pop quiz: How does Santa deliver his presents to good educators on Christmas Eve? Keep your eyes on your own book and find the answer!
Nothing compares to the excitement of children as Christmas approaches. Imagine the havoc in classrooms across the country on the last days of school before the holiday!
This pedagogical twist on the Christmas classic will delight teachers (and even students) everywhere. The traditional trappings of Christmas at school-the Christmas pageant, a visit to a local nursing home, crafts, and the room mothers' party-all end in chaos, while the teachers struggle to maintain order, and, after school, get their own shopping done. In a whimsical touch, Santa Claus arrives in his flying school bus to save the day. Teachers are sure to see themselves in this humorous parody based on the true stories of their peers.
It felt more like a teacher appreciation book which is fine but I was expecting something else I guess? I bought it for my sister in law who's a 4th grade teacher. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Cor
This was a fun book to put in the teachers break room. Our class theme was The Night Before Christmas. Thank you for shipping fast.Published 16 months ago by april olson
This book was cute and fun! Bought it for my sister who is a teacher here in South Louisiana and she loved it! Its really cute and just a fun book!Published 17 months ago by Robswife0616
Great remix of the old classic for teachers - even the kids like it! The illustrations alone make it worth the purchase.Published 17 months ago by slb
This book was a big disappointment. It was not funny and did not follow the school experience I know. Blah!!Published on January 6, 2013 by Judy Kirtley
The item was shipped and received on time with no damage. The book was loved by the teacher I got it for.Published on December 14, 2012 by D. Throckmorton