Top 10 Teachers Books

    Frindle
    5.8
    01
    Frindle
    Written by Andrew Clements & illustrated by Brian Selznick
    Mr. Lincoln's Way
    5.5
    02
    Mr. Lincoln's Way
    Written and illustrated by Patricia Polacco
    Sideways Stories from Wayside School
    5.4
    #1 in Series
    03
    Sideways Stories from Wayside School
    Written by Louis Sachar & illustrated by Adam McCauley
    Ben Draws Trouble
    5.3
    04
    Ben Draws Trouble
    Written and illustrated by Matt Davies
    The Noisy Classroom
    5.0
    05
    The Noisy Classroom
    Written by Angela Shanté & illustrated by Alison Hawkins
    First Day Critter Jitters
    4.8
    06
    First Day Critter Jitters
    Written by Jory John & illustrated by Liz Climo
    Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!
    4.5
    07
    Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!
    Written by Dr. Seuss and Jack Prelutsky & illustrated by Lane Smith
    Mr. Cooper Is Super!
    #1 in Series
    08
    Mr. Cooper Is Super!
    Written by Dan Gutman & illustrated by Jim Paillot
    Because of Mr. Terupt
    #1 in Series
    09
    Because of Mr. Terupt
    Written and illustrated by Rob Buyea
    Magic School Bus Ups and Downs: A Book about Floating and Sinking
    10
    Magic School Bus Ups and Downs: A Book about Floating and Sinking
    Written by Joanna Cole & illustrated by Bruce Degen

Some of our most formative years are spent in classrooms, giving teachers ample opportunity to influence young minds. While certainly not all teachers are equal, there are so many truly amazing teachers out there who care about their students—their minds, their goals, their failures, and their successes. I still remember many of my teachers and the impact they had on me. My first grade teacher who loved to read, my third grade reading teacher who had us start off each lesson with a jingle, my fourth grade teacher who used a soft orange ball to quiz us on math, a fifth grade teacher who motivated us to learn even more in our free time rather than goof off, a seventh grade teacher who genuinely apologized to me after I brought something he'd said that I found offensive to his attention and a gym teacher who offered me an opportunity to work at a sports camp for underprivileged children barely younger than me ... the list goes on. In appreciation of the amazing teachers who help shape young minds, here are a few of our favorite books with some fabulous fictional (and not so fictional) teachers.

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