" Funny read that would assure students that their teachers are real people too! " Katie Carlisle said.
" Her students believe that Miss Malarkey lives in her classroom and that the other teachers live at the school too. One student is astounded when he sees Miss Malarkey move into his apartment complex. " Carole said.
" When Miss Malarkey moves into the same apartment building as one of her students, his expectations and ideas about how she lives are thrown out the window. " Jen said.
" Cute story about what children believe teachers do when they aren't at school. I think anybody can relate to this because when we were all younger we couldn't picture our teachers having a life outside of school. Great illistrations and great story! " Victoria Dimmitt said.
" Cute book for young children who don't think that their teachers have a life outside of school. This book is written from the students perspective, and is interesting to see his reaction to finding out that his teacher does not live in their school classroom. " Jessica Benson said.
" Cute book to read to kindergarten and first grade age students. Explains why teachers don't live in the school building. Written from a child's point of view in first grade. Others in the series break the rules speaking from an adult point of view not a child and his solution to the problem. " Sheri said.
" This book was okay. The students thinks that his teacher Miss Malarkey lives in her classroom. He then learns that she lives in his apartment complex. This book has great illustration but no moral message. " Zach Hamrick said.
" Such a fun story! Most all kids believe their teachers just vanish or stay at school all night after school is over. It's fun for kids to find out that teachers do everything that everyone else does. " Katie Shaw said.