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Ms. Mccaw Learns to Draw

Ms. Mccaw Learns to Draw

by Kaethe Zemach

Dudley Ellington tries, but he's just no good at school. Luckily, he has Ms. McCaw as a teacher. She's patient and she never lets other students pick on Dudley. Also, she knows wonderful things: why stars shine, how plants grow. Dudley thinks Ms. McCaw knows everything.

Then one day, Ms. McCaw tries to draw a simple face on the chalkboard, and she can't do it! The other kids start to snicker, but Dudley jumps to the rescue and gives his favorite teacher a drawing lesson. With Kaethe Zemach's cheery illustrations showing the way, all little fingers will itch to take up a pencil!

Ages
4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Interest Level
Grades PreK - 3
Grade Level Equivalent
4.7
Lexile Measure
770L
Publisher
Scholastic Inc.
Number of Pages
32

About the Author

Contributor Image Alt Tag Kaethe Zemach The daughter of legendary children's book creators Harve and Margot Zemach, Kaethe Zemach has published ten books for young readers, including the classic The Princess and Froggie, as well as Just Enough and Not Too Much, Eating Up Gladys, The Character in the Book, and The Question Song.

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