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Once Upon an Ordinary School Day
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Colin McNaughton has written and illustrated over sixty children's books. He lives in London, England. Satoshi Kitamura is the prize-winning author and illustrator of many books for children, including Me and My Cat? and, most recently, Comic Adventures of Boots. He lives in London, England.

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"Pays tribute to inspirational teachers everywhere with a tale of an 'ordinary' child whose dormant imagination blooms in the classroom. Young readers (or teachers, for that matter) wondering what school is really for may get a clue here." --Kirkus Reviews"As a parable of the awakening imagination, the book takes flight, just like the birds soaring into the blue on the endpapers." --The Horn Book"An excellent selection to start the creative juices flowing or to enliven an ordinary day." --School Library Journal"This story is a good read-aloud." --Reading Teacher

Pays tribute to inspirational teachers everywhere with a tale of an 'ordinary' child whose dormant imagination blooms in the classroom. Young readers (or teachers, for that matter) wondering what school is really for may get a clue here. Kirkus Reviews As a parable of the awakening imagination, the book takes flight, just like the birds soaring into the blue on the endpapers. The Horn Book An excellent selection to start the creative juices flowing or to enliven an ordinary day. School Library Journal This story is a good read-aloud. Reading Teacher"

Pays tribute to inspirational teachers everywhere with a tale of an 'ordinary' child whose dormant imagination blooms in the classroom. Young readers (or teachers, for that matter) wondering what school is really for may get a clue here. "Kirkus Reviews" As a parable of the awakening imagination, the book takes flight, just like the birds soaring into the blue on the endpapers. "The Horn Book" An excellent selection to start the creative juices flowing or to enliven an ordinary day. "School Library Journal" This story is a good read-aloud. "Reading Teacher""


"Pays tribute to inspirational teachers everywhere with a tale of an 'ordinary' child whose dormant imagination blooms in the classroom. Young readers (or teachers, for that matter) wondering what school is really for may get a clue here." -- "Kirkus Reviews"
"As a parable of the awakening imagination, the book takes flight, just like the birds soaring into the blue on the endpapers." -- "The Horn Book"
"An excellent selection to start the creative juices flowing or to enliven an ordinary day." -- "School Library Journal"
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"This story is a good read-aloud." -- "Reading Teacher"

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