Mr Wolf's Class: Volume 1
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You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. This delightful new series captures the everyday - and unexpected - ups and downs of a Year Five classroom. Fortunately for me, there were several readers who were very happy to point me in the right direction and this title was one that was highly recommended. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.With a UK publication date for Book 2, Mystery Club, yet to be announced I can hand-on-heart say that that will also be a huge hit with young readers and their adults who fall in love with this wonderful series after enjoying this. I picked up a Mr Wolf book at Walmart last year at Christmas as it seemed the kind of thing my then 9 year old son would like - I'm constantly trying to encourage reading of any sort as he's more interested in things with screens. Including a broad range of true-to-life characters, the children in Mr Wolf’s class will be easily recognisable to both adult and child readers, who will quickly grow to love both class and teacher. Fortunately for me, there were several readers who were very happy to point me in the right direction and this title.
He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Will Eisner Comics Industry Award, and the Oregon Book Award. This delightful new series captures the everyday – and unexpected – ups and downs of a Year Five classroom. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Aron Nels Steinke's debut is a perfect introduction to graphic novels for elementary school readers, who will laugh and empathize with Mr. School Library Journal "With calm intelligence and amusing, accessible realism, Steinke creates a cast in which any young reader will immediately find someone to embrace and a world that's invitingly recognizable.With calm intelligence and amusing, accessible realism, Steinke creates a cast in which any young reader will immediately find someone to embrace and a world that's invitingly recognizable.
From Eisner Award-winning creator Aron Nels Steinke, a vibrant, funny new series that charmingly captures the everyday antics of a Year Five classroom! He's read them all, cover to cover numerous times and has in fact kept going back to them as well which is a pretty good recommendation in my eyes, especially with a kid who struggles with reading and books in general.The New York Times Book Review "With basic dialogue, a soothing setting, and no more than six frames per page, this book is ideal for new chapter book readers and older struggling readers. When the power of graphic novels was drawn to my attention on Twitter, I had no idea where to start. Young readers should easily self-identify with fifth-grade teacher Steinke's varied and sharply observed characters and wryly perceived classroom minutiae. Having read this twice myself, I can state that I loved it both times and there was plenty to spot hidden in the artwork that was missed first time round.