Oh, No! She's Missing! Miss Nelson, that is.

Oh, No! She's Missing! Miss Nelson, that is.

Miss Nelson is Missing by Harry Allard. 1977.

Clever story line, simple and fresh illustrations. I expect parents took issue with a story about naughty children and a teacher who is called a witch back in the day. It’s standard fare now, though. I mean I have Heckedy Peg on my bookshelf, along with books about farting dogs and dumb bunnies. Interesting write-up about this book and its origin in Anita Silvey’s 100 Best Books for Children. Far too lazy today to comment more. Fun book and Pie, Fish and I loved the CD/book combo in this particular release.

Little Black Sambo vs. Sam and the Tigers

Little Black Sambo vs. Sam and the Tigers

Little House by Any Other Name Might Smell Like: Birchbark House

Little House by Any Other Name Might Smell Like: Birchbark House