Description - Teaching the Teacher by Joan van Loon
If you could swap places with your teacher for the day, what would you teach your teacher to do? Would you teach her how to . . . . . . chew an apple with no front teeth? . . . sing out loud in assembly? . . . dive-bomb into the swimming pool? Through the imagination of one of her students, the much-loved Ms Cherry finds out just what it is like to be little again.
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(293mm x 228mm x 9mm)
University of Queensland Press
Publisher: University of Queensland Press
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Book Review: Teaching the Teacher by Joan van Loon - Reviewed by Sheepcoate (26 Nov 2013)
Teaching the Teacher is an interesting concept for a story and one which is a little odd.
The story is about what would happen if you could teach your teacher for the day. what would you teach them, would you be sensible or silly. The young boy leads more to the silly side of things, like climbing tree, eating and many more things.
Overall the story is OK but perhaps a little boring for the younger reader. There are some nice colorful detailed illustrations and the story was easier enough to read. However, the content and the speed of the story was lacking.
Author Biography - Joan van Loon
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