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  1. says:

    I first read The Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary several years ago when it was on the Sunshine State Reader book list put out by the Florida Library Media Association. Being a fourth grade teacher, I tho

  2. says:

    My 5th grader liked this. We would hesr him laughing while reading

  3. says:

    The Fabled Fifth Graders of Aesop Elementary School is a book that I really did enjoy. I loved this sequel to the Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary School. I loved all the different character's qualities and how different one student is from the other. This is a truly well written story that I couldn't have enjoyed. Although I gave it five stars, if I could have, I would have given it 6+. I truly and sincerely enjoyed thi

  4. says:

    Fun book that both kids & adults can enjoy. Modern stories with a moral at the end of each chapter

  5. says:

    I am a very selective reader, & I really enjoyed this book because it is funny, and because I'm a fifth grader, too. It als

  6. says:

    My students love this read aloud!!! We read, The Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary School. A friend recommended this book to me. LOVE

  7. says:

    It is really good and I like it ten out of ten would read again and recommend it to everyone

  8. says:

    I teach fourth grade, I read the fourth grade version to my students as a read aloud. They lived it so much that when we finished they begged to continue the story with this book. It came fast and my students were so excited to begin this book. The humor in the books is awesome!

  9. says:

    My grandson, who is starting grade 5, just LOVED this book. He said it was hilarious !

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Ion reveals some scandalous stuff But don't believe everything you hear For their last year at Aesop the fifth graders are hoping for the coolest class peta unicorn or at least a giant suid Imagine their disappointment when they get guinea pigs But appearances can be deceiving Here's a c. I am a very selective reader I really enjoyed this book because it is funny and because I m a fifth grader too It also has challenging vocabulary Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark don't believe everything you hear For their last year at Aesop the fifth graders are hoping for the coolest class peta unicorn or at least a giant suid Imagine their I Love You Almost Always disappointment when they get guinea pigs But appearances can be Gloom Town deceiving Here's a c. I am a very selective reader I really enjoyed this book because it is funny and because I m a fifth grader too It also has challenging vocabulary

SUMMARY The Fabled Fifth Graders of Aesop Elementary School

 The Fabled Fifth Graders of Aesop Elementary School

In the seuel to The Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary School by award winning author Candace Fleming Mr Jupiter's rambunctious students are fifth graders now and they rule the school Bernadette Braggadoccio stirs things up when her investigative reporting for the school's TV stat. I first read The Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary several years ago when it was on the Sunshine State Reader book list put out by the Florida Library Media Association Being a fourth grade teacher I thought it was an obvious choice for a read aloud Since then I ve read it every year to start off the year I had to buy the follow up because the kids beg for it every yearBoth of these books are charming and uniue I really appreciate them for the balance they strike being both totally innocent while still keeping their appeal to older elementary kids The books are also a nice balance of funny focused on witty rather than goofy Great addition to my read aloud list and classroom library

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Hapter book with all the fun and mayhem of Louis Sachar's classic Sideways Stories from Wayside School Whether you knew Mr Jupiter's class back in fourth grade or are new to Aesop Elementary you'll be chomping at the bit to join these fabled fifth graders for the zaniest school year ever. It is really good and I like it ten out of ten would read again and recommend it to everyone