Wayside School Gets A Little Stranger



Wayside School Gets A Little StrangerAll The Kids From Wayside School Had To Spend 243 Days In Horrible Schools While Wayside Was Closed To Get Rid Of The Infestation Of Cows Now The Kids Are Back And The Fun Begins Again On Every Floor Miss Mush Has Prepared A Special Lunch Of Baked Liver In Purple Sauce And It Is Pet Day On The 30th Floor.

Louis Sachar pronounced Sacker , born March 20, 1954, is an American author of children s books.Louis was born in East Meadow, New York, in 1954 When he was nine, he moved to Tustin, California He went to college at the University of California at Berkeley and graduated in 1976, as an economics major The next year, he wrote his first book, Sideways Stories from Wayside School He was working at a sweater warehouse during the day and wrote at night Almost a year later, he was fired from the job He decided to go to law school He attended Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco His first book was published while he was in law school He graduated in 1980 For the next eight years he worked part time as a lawyer and continued to try to write children s books Then his books started selling well enough so that he was able to quit practicing law His wife s name is Carla When he first met her, she was a counselor at an elementary school She was the inspiration behind the counselor in There s a Boy in the Girls Bathroom He was married in 1985 Hisdaughter, Sherre, was born in 1987.

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  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Wayside School Gets A Little Stranger
  • Louis Sachar
  • English
  • 11 March 2019
  • 0747569118

10 thoughts on “Wayside School Gets A Little Stranger

  1. karen says:

    fulfilling my vow to read all the sequels i never knew existed to books i loved when i was little.Miss Zarves taught the class on the nineteenth story There is no nineteenth story And there is no Miss Zarves.You already know all that.But how do you explain the cow in her classroom so, back in 2017 i decided to reread books i had loved when i was a little middle grader, one for each month of the year and while cheerfully on that path, i made a startling discovery many of these beloved books o fulfilling my vow to read all the sequels i never knew existed to books i loved when i was little.Miss Zarves taught the class on the nineteenth story There is no nineteenth story And there is no Miss Zarves.You already know all that.But how do you explain the cow in her classroom so, back in 2017 i decided to reread books i had loved when i was a little middle grader, one for each month of the year and while cheerfully on that path, i made a startling discovery many of these beloved books o mine had sequels, somethan one so i devoted 2018 to the one a month pursuit of reading these sequels because i do not like being left out of things just because i m supposed to be an adult now.but i hadn t really done the math on it, and when i had finished november s book Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow, bunnicula 7 i realized i did not have a book lined up for december and then jason came to my rescue and informed me that there was a THIRD book in the wayside school series and here we are wayside school.i loved, loved Sideways Stories from Wayside School it was one of the few books i read when i was little that scared me not scared scared, but that one about sammy who was a smelly, rude child wearing layer after layer of smelly raincoats, and the teacher would remove one after the other and sammy would get smellier and smellier and smaller and smaller and jeerloudly andrudely until the last raincoat was removed and it turned out sammy was a dead rat WHAT IS THIS WORLD i bellowed HOW DOES THIS SHIT MAKE SENSE but it did and it was awesome and i loved the creepy shudders it gave me even as it broke my little brain in two but that s the way of wayside it s a thirty story school with one classroom per floor, minus the nineteenth floor there is no nineteenth floor it s goofy and odd and sacher addresses the reader directly which was not a common practice in the children s books of my jeunesse , and it stood out from all the other kiddiebooks, leaving me feeling a complicated mixture of entertained and unsettled i don t really remember the second one, Wayside School Is Falling Down i have a vague sense memory of discovering it when i was a young ish adult and being like ANOTHER wayside book radical reading it, and then moving on with my young, fresh life.but i remember this one, because i just read it a week ago and even holiday madness and old age aren t enough to erode my memories that quickly it s the same wacky good time as the first one and presumably the second, if one could remember there are many returning characters, and even though i read wayside a hundred and seventy five years ago, it all came flooding back to me, and i remembered them i really did read that first book a ridiculous amount of times i say wacky good time, but it s a wacky good time with a streak of cruelty running through it mind reading teachers who use their gifts in sadistic ways to humiliate students, teachers who steal voices, or keep grudges for a REALLY long time, psychiatrists who use hypnotism for highly unprofessional pranks, principals who need to learn when the intercom is still on, etc although, with a name like mr kidswatter, you shouldn t be expecting a saint other notable teacher names miss nogard, mr gorf, mrs drazil why no ms adnapder my favorite from this book is A Story with a Disappointing Ending it s like the buildup to a sneeze anyway, now i have finished this project and sniff it is a very emotional time GOODBYE, CHILDHOOD come to my blog

  2. Philip says:

    Dad Eleanor the other kids will probably be here in a minute , did I tell you that this one was my favorite of the 3 Wayside books Eleanor Yeah I think so This might be my favorite of the 3 Wayside books, too.D Why is that, El E Um Because Because I like that Mrs Jewls view spoiler is having a baby hide spoiler D I m going to put a spoiler around that, ok E Ok It s just hard because my favorite part s at the endD Gwennie, did you know this was my favorite of the 3 Way Dad Eleanor the other kids will probably be here in a minute , did I tell you that this one was my favorite of the 3 Wayside books Eleanor Yeah I think so This might be my favorite of the 3 Wayside books, too.D Why is that, El E Um Because Because I like that Mrs Jewls view spoiler is having a baby hide spoiler D I m going to put a spoiler around that, ok E Ok It s just hard because my favorite part s at the endD Gwennie, did you know this was my favorite of the 3 Wayside books Gwennie excited OOOOOoooooo NOOoooooO El What s your favorite of the 3 Wayside books Gwennie Ummm Let me think Um My Faaaavorite is Is Um Sideways Stories From Wayside School Dad The first one Gwennie Yeah.D I LOVED, LOVED, LOOOVED the chapter called Ears, and then every chapter after that one.E I liked the last chapter My favorite part was the last chapter.G Yeah Mine too.D I liked the play on words with the title of the book.E I didn t realize it was a play on words.D Think about it Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger as instrange Poppy I THINK IT WAS FIVE I THINK IT WAS FIVE I THINK IT WAS FIIIIIIIVE D Five stars Poppy Yeah.El Do you think it s five stars, Gwen Gwen Yeah.P My favorite part is when he pulled her ears.E You mean when Paul pulled Leslie s pigtails, and when they were snakes P YEAH That was my favorite part D Gwen, what was your favorite part G My favorite part was when Mrs Jewls came back, and when view spoiler she had the baby hide spoiler D Hey Did you know that was the same thing Eleanor said before you came into the room G rising in pitch NooooooD As a kid, I always wanted the power that Miss Nogard had, and I didn t even know about Professor Xavier In hindsight, I probably should have.E What do you mean by that D What do you mean, what do I mean E I mean what do you mean you had the same power Miss Nogard had D I said, IWANTEDthe same power Miss Nogard had.E Dad Why would you want that Why would you want to break people s hearts D E Or do you mean you wished you could read people s brains D Which one do you think.E realizing You wished you could read people s brains.D Of course Do you wish you had that power E Sometimes.G Sometimes Then I would You know When You know the game when you have to think what they re saying The guessing game Then I would win every round of it.E Yeah.P Yeah laughing E I would recommend this book to people Dad, did you know that I say that on Every Single Review D I did realize that I think that s because we re only reading really, really good books

  3. Jenny says:

    I remember getting my copy of Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger from the Scholastic Book Club and getting really excited because the cover glowed in the dark But this isn t the same cover In this book, we get to learnabout Louis the Yard Teacher such as how his mean teacher tormented him and he even gets a little love story A cute scene is when the kids are giving Louis advice about how to win a women over like telling her she s got eyes like the moon or bringing her candy and flowe I remember getting my copy of Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger from the Scholastic Book Club and getting really excited because the cover glowed in the dark But this isn t the same cover In this book, we get to learnabout Louis the Yard Teacher such as how his mean teacher tormented him and he even gets a little love story A cute scene is when the kids are giving Louis advice about how to win a women over like telling her she s got eyes like the moon or bringing her candy and flowers I like Eric Bacon s advice most of all which is how I like to do it go up to her and say Hey, baby How about a date Instead of each chapter being about a different kid there are a few chapters dedicated to developing longer storylines and while I like the longer storylines, it also takes away from the vignettes that revealabout each kid A few chapters also didn t do anything for me but this book is sweeter than the others Be sure to shut the goozack while you re reading this because you may laugh out loud And if you don t like it, you can rub a monkey s tummy with your head

  4. Christy says:

    Loved the first two in the series as a child Didn t know this one existed, but decided to go ahead and read this one also Delightful like the others

  5. Juliana says:

    This is my first time reading this book Not sure why I never read it but now I m glad that I did There sof a linear story line to this bookthan the others The first book introduces us to the characters and has little antidotes to them, the second book continues with that, and this one expands the universe The kids on the 30th floor seem to have the same luck with teachers as Hogwarts did with Defense Against the Dark Arts teachers Each one is weird in some way Mrs Jewls is a q This is my first time reading this book Not sure why I never read it but now I m glad that I did There sof a linear story line to this bookthan the others The first book introduces us to the characters and has little antidotes to them, the second book continues with that, and this one expands the universe The kids on the 30th floor seem to have the same luck with teachers as Hogwarts did with Defense Against the Dark Arts teachers Each one is weird in some way Mrs Jewls is a quirky teacher but she is gone for most of the book so the kids go through a few different substitutes The story as a whole was funnier, seemed a little bitgrown up, and it was just as entertaining as the first two Another great addition to the Wayside School series

  6. Jinjin Mori says:

    Wayside School gets a Little Stranger Wayside school is a thirty floor building with no nineteenth floor Mrs Zarves teaches on the nineteenth floor.There is no Mrs Zarves Understand Good.Wayside School gets a Little Stranger is a creative and comical book about a teacher named Ms.Jewls and her class In the story, Ms.Jewls gets pregnant, and the class gets many substitutes, along with many adventures.I recommend this book to ages 6 11, though adults will find it just as comical This book Wayside School gets a Little Stranger Wayside school is a thirty floor building with no nineteenth floor Mrs Zarves teaches on the nineteenth floor.There is no Mrs Zarves Understand Good.Wayside School gets a Little Stranger is a creative and comical book about a teacher named Ms.Jewls and her class In the story, Ms.Jewls gets pregnant, and the class gets many substitutes, along with many adventures.I recommend this book to ages 6 11, though adults will find it just as comical This book contains confusing language and a childish vocabulary

  7. Makayla Rehbein says:

    Here is my book I m going to tell you about it is called Wayside school gets a little stranger It s about a school that has to shut down for awhile to have repairs done on it Some of the children would come by and look at the sign that was hang up on the door then they would just walk away from it Louis the janitor would watch the kids come and go then he would get back to work on the school When ever the school finally closed for awhile the children were sent to other school for awhile tell Here is my book I m going to tell you about it is called Wayside school gets a little stranger It s about a school that has to shut down for awhile to have repairs done on it Some of the children would come by and look at the sign that was hang up on the door then they would just walk away from it Louis the janitor would watch the kids come and go then he would get back to work on the school When ever the school finally closed for awhile the children were sent to other school for awhile tell their were fixed At last two hundred and forty three days came and the school finally opened back up So then Louis the janitor took the sign off the school doors where the kids could come back to school Mrs.Jewls come over the internet com and said welcome back students and teachers Then the children return from Christmas vacation and on there desk in one of their class there was two knitting needles and a hunk of yarn Everyone just stared at there teacher then she said to the children that she wants everyone to make a pair socks for someone or themselves Dameon looked back at his needle and hunk of yarn and said I don t have a clue how to do this Mrs Jewls cleared her throat and stood up and stared walking around the room and said very nice D.J she said also said your doing wonderful to Rondi Then she stared walking again and stopped at joes and gushed She said everybody I want to show you joes sock isn t the most beautiful sock you ever seen before I really like this book even though I didn t get to finish it all I just like the charotors acting out I would have to say that I would reckumen people to read this and just see how they like as much as I did

  8. Ceecee says:

    Weird, illogical, goofy and crazy, Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger is hilarious It s just the kind of book which tickles my funny bone because it s just so, well,strange .Your school consists of 30 stories, each story with only one classroom, and the elevator only goes up but never down Wait, don t forget that there s no nineteenth floor but you could swear you can hear cows from there. Your dentist is a hypnotist, and your substitute teacher has 3 nostrils God, I just loved the cr Weird, illogical, goofy and crazy, Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger is hilarious It s just the kind of book which tickles my funny bone because it s just so, well,strange .Your school consists of 30 stories, each story with only one classroom, and the elevator only goes up but never down Wait, don t forget that there s no nineteenth floor but you could swear you can hear cows from there. Your dentist is a hypnotist, and your substitute teacher has 3 nostrils God, I just loved the craziness of it all.Each chapter is a vignette, but some come together to form a story It s okay if you didn t read the first 2 books, I think it just added to the hilarity And you know what, amidst the goofiness of it all, there was something sweet and something profound inserted in between the pages, which is the kind of thing I admire in Louis Sachar s works.Its humour isn t for everybody one of my friends couldn t appreciate what made this book so funny to me , but I don t really care I m a weirdo and this book is for me

  9. T.J. says:

    From the moment you hear Mr Gorf whose voice is described as a braying donkey s with a French accent say, Mrs Gorf was my mommy You know this book s gonna be horrifically AWESOME.Continuing the awesomeness where the previous two books left off, the Waysiders are back, post cow, and are ready forcraziness Another great read, and hilarious to boot There is an extraordinarily evil substitute with a third, psychic ear, and our usual visit to Miss Zarves on the Nineteenth Floor.Um, I From the moment you hear Mr Gorf whose voice is described as a braying donkey s with a French accent say, Mrs Gorf was my mommy You know this book s gonna be horrifically AWESOME.Continuing the awesomeness where the previous two books left off, the Waysiders are back, post cow, and are ready forcraziness Another great read, and hilarious to boot There is an extraordinarily evil substitute with a third, psychic ear, and our usual visit to Miss Zarves on the Nineteenth Floor.Um, I mean, there is no Nineteenth Floor There is No Miss Zarves Get it Now explain it to me

  10. Meredith says:

    I love this book, but I find myself missing Mrs Jewls while reading it Still, the chapter about pets is one of the funniest things ever, and it s always good to hearabout Louis Not my favorite Wayside School book, but that s like saying it s not my favorite kind of candy It s still delicious, even if I like the others better.

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