Item description for Mouth Moths: More Classroom Tales by Douglas Evans...
Overview When more strange things begin to happen at W.T. Melon Elementary School, it is up to chit-chatting Paul, line-cutting Kimberly, and seat-squirming Zachary to get to the bottom of it all.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Aug 8, 2006
Publisher Front Street
ISBN 1932425233 ISBN13 9781932425239
Availability 0 units.
More About Douglas Evans
Douglas Evans is the author of numerous books for children, including The Elevator Family, Apple Island, MVP: Magellan Voyage Project, and the Classroom Creature trilogy: Classroom at the End of the Hall, Math Rashes, and Mouth Moths. He lives in Berkeley, CA.
Douglas Evans currently resides in Berkeley, in the state of California. Douglas Evans was born in 1953 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Suncor Energy Inc, Calgary, Canada.
Reviews - What do customers think about Mouth Moths: More Classroom Tales?
OK Jul 29, 2008
This book is OK and I liked reading more tales from the classroom at the end of the hall. But some of these stories are confusing and not too funny. Also read The Classroom at the End of the Hall and Math Rashes by Douglas Evans.
Good Stories Nov 12, 2007
These stories are the third book in the classroom at the end of the hall series. In each story a classroom creature such as Mouth Moths, Spot, and Anta Claus appear to help solve a problem one of the third-graders has. All the stories in the series are clever, funny, and entertaining.
Funny Short Stories Jul 7, 2007
This is the third book in the Classroom at the End of the Hall Series and it has more funny classroom creatures such as Sub Dude, Anta Claus from Antarctica, and the Old Gray Chair. The story Mouth Moths was my favorite. Read all three books and you'll enjoy them.
Fun story of a mysterious classroom's odd events Dec 10, 2006
Paul is admonished to raise his hand to talk in class - but he can't stop himself from blurting out whatever he has to say - until moths begin fluttering each time he does so. He's the only one to see them, so he's the one who has to come up with a solution in this fun story of a mysterious classroom's odd events, spiced with black and white drawings by Larry Di Fiori.
Best Yet Oct 15, 2006
Douglas Evans wrote this book. I've read all his books and I think this group of stories is the funniest. It pretends to teach classroom lessons, but not really.