Earthquake in the Third Grade
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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt / 1998 / Paperback

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Studded with moments of suspense and humor, this convincing school story will entertain children who are ready to read chapter books but are still happy to see a picture every few pages. Myer's novel is realistic, sensitive to the feelings of young children, and very funny. This book is sure to entertain young readers. The chapters are short for the beginner reader. Ages 6-10

Product Information

Format: Paperback
Vendor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Publication Date: 1998
Dimensions: 8.25 X 6 (inches)
ISBN: 0395928664
ISBN-13: 9780395928660
Ages: 6-10

Publisher's Description

You never know when disaster is going to strike. It happens when John Jacobs accidentally knocks over his ant farm, causing an "earthquake' that endangers the lives of his buddies Big Jim, Digger, and Pea Brain. It happens again with a second "earthquake" of a different kind: John's all-time favorite teacher, mrs. Lucas, announces that she's moving. John and his friends Buzzy and kate try everything they can think of to keep Mrs. Lucas from leaving. They even concot a daring plan to sneak into the teacher's lounge while avoiding Mrs. Washburn, the biggest and meanest teacher in school. Will it work? If not, will they be able to deal with the consequences?

Author Bio

Laurie Myers comes from a writing family: both her mother, Betsy Byars, and her sister, Betsy Duffey, write children's books. Laurie's two previous books for Clarion are EARTHQUAKE IN THE THIRD GRADE and GUINEA PIGS DON'T TALK. She lives in Augusta, Georgia.

Editorial Reviews

"Full-page, shaded pencil drawings appear throughout the book. Studded with moments of suspense and humor, this convincing school story will entertain children who are ready to read chapter books but still happy to see a picture every few pages." Booklist, ALA

"Myer's novel is realistic, sensitive to the feelings of young children, and very funny." Horn Book

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