Substitute Teacher Plans by Doug Johnson

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A substitute teacher plus a simple mix-up equal adventure!

"Miss Huff looked over her class and sighed deeply.
Sarah was sticking her tongue out at Emily.
Billy was making faces at Carl.
Nancy blew such a big bubble that she floated across the room and got stuck in Francine’s hair."

Miss Huff loves teaching, but she could sure use a day off. When she accidentally mixes up her plans for the substitute teacher with her day-off activity list—well—things get pretty crazy. After all, how many substitute teachers can build a monstrous sandcastle, parachute from a plane, and swim underwater . . . with an octopus?

Put down your pencils and strap into your seats, because this class is about to experience some serious turbulence!

About Doug Johnson

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Doug Johnson is an elementary school teacher and the author of Never Babysit the Hippopotamuses! and Never Ride Your Elephant to School. He lives in Bremerton, Washington, with his wife and three children. Tammy Smith is a freelance illustrator and designer of greeting cards, partyware, and magazine work. She created the pictures for this book using everything from Sculpey clay to teddy bear fur and Easter grass. This is Ms. Smith’s first book for young readers. She lives in Westwood, Kansas, with her husband and young son.
Published August 1, 2002 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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She’s all rested after following the list for the substitute having had a lovely time reading aloud to her cat, playing Scrabble (spelling), playing hopscotch (recess), and paying bills (math).

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When her students start swinging from the light fixture and growling like wild animals, Miss Huff calls in a substitute and makes two lists—one for her vacation day, the other for the substitute teacher—and then she mixes up the lists.

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