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by Jody Wheeler,Rosemary Wells

eBook Yoko  Friends School Days: The Germ Busters - Book #6 (Yoko and Friends-school Days) download ISBN: 0786815345
Author: Jody Wheeler,Rosemary Wells
Publisher: Volo; 1 edition (January 14, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1245 kb
Fb2: 1614 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Someone is spreading germs in class. Quick-thinking Mrs. Jenkins saves the day, with the help of the clean hands song and a super high tech germ detecting machine.

Someone is spreading germs in class. Library descriptions. When Yoko and her classmates become sick, Mrs. Jenkins comes up with a great idea to identify who might be responsible for spreading germs.

Yoko & Friends School Days: The Halloween Parade - Book (Yoko and Friends-school Days). The book helped me have a conversation not only about being bullied at school over lunch, but also about how new foods need to be tasted before you think they don't taste good. Practice Makes Perfect (Yoko and Friends: School Days). Doris's Dinosaur (Yoko and Friends-School Days). John Nez. School & Library Binding. The Secret Birthday (Yoko & Friends School Days).

Published February 2002 by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media.

Germ Busters (Yoko and Friends-School Days). 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Germ Busters (Yoko and Friends-School Days) from your list? Germ Busters (Yoko and Friends-School Days). Published February 2002 by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media.

Mama, Don't Go!, The School Play, The Halloween Parade, Doris's Dinosaur, Be My Valentine (Yoko & Friends School Days, The Germ Busters, The Secret. Book 6. The Germ Busters. Achoo Someone is spreading germs in class. Shelve The Germ Busters.

Book in the Yoko & Friends: School Days Series). But when a class bully arrives on the scene and threatens to scare a shy preschooler and ruin the day, it's Yoko (dressed as a sushi roll) and Timothy (dressed as spinach) to the rescue. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780786815296.

Series: Yoko and Friends-school Days (Book 3). Paperback: 32 pages. Publisher: Volo (July 30, 2001). Doris"s Dinosaur EAN 9780786815326. Practice Make Perfect EAN 9780786815319. It Raining Benjamins (The Cheetah Girls EAN 9780786815258. First on the Moon: Picture Book EAN 9780786815388. Puppy Trouble (Barkley"s School for Dogs EAN 9780786815487.

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The complete series list for - Yoko & Friends: School Days Rosemary Wells. Rosemary Wells Series List. Yoko & Friends: School Days. Series List:12 titles. Genre: All Kids (12 & Under) Kids: Chapter Books General Fiction Kids: Picture Books Holidays Kids: Beginning Readers.

Achoo! Someone is spreading germs in class. Quick-thinking Mrs. Jenkins saves the day, with the help of the clean hands song and a super high tech germ detecting machine.
Comments: (7)
Kizshura
My daughter just started Kindergarten and was being picked on because of bringing her lunch in from home in a bento box. I searched the web for a book that addressed this and came across Yoko. It's an adorable book, easy to read and easy for my daughter to understand. She immediately identified with the main character. I liked how the story didn't force all the characters to suddenly change and like her food, but that the main character made a good friend through the experience. We don't pack sushi for her lunch, but this story is great for any child who is being singled out for bringing in a lunch that other children say is "yucky" or "weird". The book helped me have a conversation not only about being bullied at school over lunch, but also about how new foods need to be tasted before you think they don't taste good.
Super P
This is one of my all-time favorite read-alouds for children. I can't figure out why it's out of publication. Yoko's expressions are priceless as she endures the typical grade-school taunting from her peers, particularly about her ethnic lunch food of choice (sushi). When my own daughter suffered the same experience in kindergarten (we are Japanese and she naturally wanted to take sushi for lunch--and then no one would sit by her), I asked the teacher if I could bring this book to school and read it to the class. What a cute way to teach the kids a valuable lesson without pointing any fingers! I wanted to give this book as a gift to a friend, and my only frustration was that, not wanting to pay an exorbitant price since it's now out of publication, I chose a "gently used--like new" copy and the seller did not disclose that it had once belonged to a public library. My "gift" came with "Westboro Public Library" stamps all over the inside cover and front pages!
Otiel
We love this book and give it as a gift to friends with new babies. It's a story about acceptance and encouraging friends to try new things - in this case through food. Kids find this book funny and adults will enjoy it too.
Gtonydne
My favorite Yoko story. Why can't we all get along???
Viashal
My daughter is 3 and this is her current favorite book. The story is simple and sweet with some unexpected twists and the illustrations are beautiful. I think it's a good lesson in being open-minded and trying new things, which is perfect for a preschooler. It even has her excited about trying sushi.
Aradwyn
This was my favorite book when I was a kid. The first time I ever saw it the librarian pulled it from the shelf to read it to the class. I was probably in 1st grade. I loved the pictures and the story. I don't remember it well now, but I know I checked it out again and again. I loved everything about it. I will be buying a copy for a kindergarten class I was lucky enough to observe.
digytal soul
This was a book that was formy oldest daughter for a book report 2yrs ago, I'm glad I got it on time.
I love this author & this is one of my favorite books by Wells. Yoko is a cute story about being accepted by others and appreciating differences. A great way to introduce friendship and respect to young children.