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by Dave Henderson,Elizabeth Levy

Author: Dave Henderson,Elizabeth Levy
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Harpercollins Childrens Books; 1st edition (January 1, 1992)
Pages: 85 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.9
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Elizabeth Levy loves to tell stories that combine serious issues with humor.

Elizabeth Levy loves to tell stories that combine serious issues with humor. She has proven it with her award-winning books for young readers, including My Life As A Fifth-Grade Comedian, Keep Ms. Sugarman In The Fourth Grade, and other best-selling books in the Sam and Robert series, including Frankenstein Moved In On The Fourth Floor and Dracula Is A Pain In The Neck. She lives in New York City.

by Elizabeth Levy & illustrated by Dave Henderson. Levy writes affectionately of the period when fourth-grader Jackie discovers that her energy and imagination are appreciated by a teacher and, as a result, comes to value herself-but this is only the beginning of the story. Previously considered a mildly difficult student (& & problems of & coordination''), Jackie basks in Ms. Sugarman's praise; thus, when her teacher is offered the principal's job, Jackie is the most vocal opponent of change, unwilling to part with her new ally.

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Keep Ms. Sugarman in the Fourth Grade. No one, that is, until Jackie arrives in fourth grade. New York: Harper Trophy. Jackie is a vivacious fourth grader who frequently finds herself in trouble at home and at school. Ms. Sugarman is just the teacher Jackie needs. She appreciates Jackie's personality and even discovers Jackie's special talent for writing poetry. It comes as a huge blow to Jackie when Ms. Sugarman suddenly announces that she has been "promoted" to the office of school principal in the middle of the school year.

Levy, Elizabeth; Henderson, Dave, il. Jackie, who has always had trouble in school, begins to develop more self-confidence under the guidance of her fourth-grade teacher and is crushed when Ms. Sugarman is promoted to principal in the middle of the school year.

Levy, Elizabeth; Henderson, Dave, ill. Publication date.

Elizabeth Levy (Goodreads Author), Dave Henderson (Illustrator)

Elizabeth Levy (Goodreads Author), Dave Henderson (Illustrator). Lists with This Book. Elizabeth Levy has been writing and publishing books for over thirty years and sometimes now she meets kids whose parents read her books when they were children! She has written over 80 books, a number that continues to surprise her, as it surprises her how long she's been at it. Over the years they've printed lots of her books - over five million of them.

When Ms. Sugarman leaves the fourth grade to become principal, Jackie is devastated. The honest and caring relationship between and Ms. Sugarman is one that every student and teacher might envy. Solid characterizations, with good insight into the difference an understanding teacher can make.

And Jackie expects fourth grade with Ms. Sugarman, who's supposed to be the toughest teacher in school, to. .Then one day Ms. Sugarman announces something awful

She encourages Jackie to write and to be her own person. For the first time in her life, Jackie is enjoying school. Sugarman announces something awful. Jackie can't believe her ears. How could Ms. Sugarman abandon them? Jackie won't let her. She's going to come up with a plan.

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Return of the Jedi (Classic Star Wars). ISBN 9780679872054 (978-0-679-87205-4) Softcover, LucasBooks for Young Readers, 1995. Learn More at LibraryThing. Results page: PREV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 NEXT. Sugarman in the Fourth Grade, Dave Henderson (illustrator) (1992), HarperCollins, ISBN 978-0-06-020426-6 - "The prolific Levy. writes in tribute to a former teacher (named Sugarman) and conveys skillfully the impact good teaching has on students. The dialogue is often trite, however, and Jackie's frequent disrespectfulness toward her elders is an unattractive flaw.

Feeling abandoned when her favorite teacher, Ms. Sugarman, is promoted to principal, Jackie handcuffs herself to Ms. Sugarman's desk in protest