Miss Malarkey Doesn't Live in Room 10 Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-02-10 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 15 user ratings

" 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. " 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. " 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. " 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. " said.

" 33 months - a cute idea for a book. Didn't we all have odd ideas about our teachers when we were little? Imagine that they're real people with real lives. O hasn't been to school yet so this book maybe doesn't have as much meaning to her yet but we'll see in a couple years what she thinks. " said.

" I think this a a cute book to show students that teachers go home and live lives just like them. This could be a good book to read at the beginning of the year to just make the kids laugh and enjoy reading right away in the beginning of the school year. The illustrations are realistic and colorful for the students to enjoy as they follow along through the book. " said.

" As a child I would often wonder about what my teacher's did outside school. It was amazing to see them at the grocery store or the post office. In this story the boy is very surprised to find out what his teacher does after school. I think this is a common thread that children can relate to and that the second graders I read this story to will find it interesting. " said.

" This book is a great example of how kids minds work and the way they view the world. The students can't imagine a teacher having a life outside the classroom unless they see it themselves. This book would be great for exploring different ideas of what students think verses how things work in the real world. It would be a good opener to comparing and contrasting. " said.

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