Wayside School Is Falling Down

Wayside School Beneath the Cloud of Doom

Author: Louis Sachar

Watch closely, said Mrs Jewls. You can learn much faster using a computer instead of paper and pencil. Then she pushed the computer out of the window. The children all watched it fall thirty floors. See? said Mrs Jewls. That’s gravity That’s the way things happen at Wayside School. This book is about the kids in Mrs Jewls’ class…..Read More

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