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What happens when the students take over the school after their teacher gets caught in the jungle gym? They have a great time! They paint the walls and play with all of their favorite toys, but things take a turn for the worse without the teacher to help them maintain order. Now, if only the kids can find a way to get Miss Tuck unstuck . . .
With colorful, graphic illustrations and a punchy rhyming text, Let's Take Over the Kindergarten is a fun read-aloud for kindergarteners, or any child excited about starting school.
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RICHARD HAMILTON is the author of a number of books for children, including Cal and the Amazing Anti-Gravity Machine. He lives in England.
SUE HEAP is the illustrator of the Smarties Prize-winning Cowboy Baby. She lives in England.Review:
“When their teacher gets stuck in an indoor jungle gym, a group of rambunctious kindergartners takes over the room and chaos ensues. The story is told in singsong rhyme: "Naughty Gemma locked the door./‘Grown-ups aren't allowed anymore!' ‘Do what you like,' cried Silly Spike,/speeding around on a little blue trike." A little boy named Clever Clive decides to push the oven down the slide. Things go downhill from there, and the children finally realize that they do need their teacher. Banding together at her instruction, they pull her arm to free her from the contraption. ...The cheery acrylic illustrations capture the playfulness of the children....” ―School Library Journal
“What happens when kindergarteners are left to their own devices in the classroom? In Hamilton's rowdy story, the answer is something akin to mutiny. Miss Tuck, a teacher unfortunate enough to get stuck in the class jungle gym, watches in dismay as her pupils turn the room upside down in glee. ...The vibrant hues of Heap's animated acrylics offer a cheery note, despite the somewhat unsettling message that youngsters don't come to the aid of someone in trouble but instead ignore pleas for help. And though the children work together in the end to free their teacher, this kiddie Lord of the Flies scenario may tickle tots' subversive sides, but will do little to assuage those who are nervous about starting preschool.” ―Publishers Weekly
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Book Description Bloomsbury USA Childrens, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111582347077
Book Description Bloomsbury USA Childrens, 2007. Condition: New. Sue Heap (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1582347077
Book Description Bloomsbury USA Childrens. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1582347077 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.1628018