Monday, March 20, 2017
Book Review - The Teacher's Pet
About the Book
When their class tadpoles are big enough, Mr. Stricter tells his students they can keep just one. The class chooses Bruno, the smallest of the bunch. But Bruno doesn't stay that way for long. Soon, he's grown into a giant, classroom-wrecking creature: he eats desks, he farts for show-and-tell, and he sneezes slime all over everything! With Mr. Stricter blinded by love for the pet, the students must step up and take matters into their own heroic hands.
My Take on the Book
A young child will enjoy hearing this story and looking at the colorful illustrations. In the story a teacher chooses the wrong pet. The pet causes havoc in the classroom and the children decide they must take matters into their own hands. There is a solution to the problem thanks to the children. Maybe you and your child can discuss the reasons why the first pet was not a good classroom pet. Then discuss what are the traits of a good pet.
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