Book Review: Dear Teacher

Book Review: Dear TeacherDear Teacher by Amy Husband
Published by Sourcebooks Jabberwacky on July 1st 2010
Pages: 24

This hilarious collection of letters from Michael to his new teacher comes packed with alligators, pirates and rocket-ships, and much, much more. Can Michael's imagination save him from the first day of school?

Dear Teacher is an adorable read with high emphasis on the imagination. This is definitely a read that would be perfect for children either going back to school, or fearful of returning. The novel follows Michael as he is getting ready to return for another year of school. While it seems that Michael is very excited about his new year of year… life has a way of interrupting.

For me, Dear Teacher was a blast to read. Very quick. Very humorous. And just plain cute. Michael was a fantastic character. I loved following him on his adventures. In addition, I absolutely fell in love with the set up of this novel. It was very colorful and kept my attention throughout the whole novel.

If you are a parent or a teacher will students who reluctant to return to school, I definitely recommend that you should them this novel. It shows school in a really fun and exciting way that is sure to please both adults and children alike.

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3 responses to “Book Review: Dear Teacher

  1. And maybe it’d be good for teachers who wonder what those little munchins are worried about upon returning to school? I am always surprised when I find out what my little freshmen are thinking during their first few days…

  2. Amy J

    I just posted my review on this as well. My daughter loved it. She thought she got herself some mail because of the way its made, and said that she got a book mailed to her too! LOL

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