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The Music Teacher from the Black Lagoon

by Mike Thaler

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Even though this book is much like its other "Black Lagoon" counterparts it has a way of dragging on. Another story from the imagination of a small child on an authority figure. The exaggeration will make for a fun time, however the story shows in the end that there is nothing to be afraid of. ( )
  Christopher_279 | Mar 16, 2017 |
This book is a good example of realistic fiction and I think would be a great read aloud for a class because it is funny and will hold students attention. It has engaging pictures and is a good example of realistic fiction because several of the things listed could happen. I also think children would enjoy this story because it contains many events they might think would happen with a music teacher.

Genre: realistic fiction

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-interactive read aloud
-classroom library
  asukonik | Nov 20, 2016 |
It's time for music class with Rhoda LaNote, the Music Teacher from the Black Lagoon! Soon you'll find out if you belong with the Sopra-Noses (who sing with their noses) or with the All-Toes (who use their toes to make music). And is it really true that you have to memorize a million songs? Well, it's time to face the music.
  clwalker | Jun 24, 2012 |
This would be a good book for a teacher to read to their class before the first day of music because many kids are terrified to learn music. However, music is not that bad and students will learn after their first music class that its actually a lot of fun! ( )
  acwheeler | Sep 16, 2008 |
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A boy contemplates all the horrible stories he has heard about the music teacher, Miss LaNote, and the ordeals she forces her students to endure.

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