8 edition of Let"s Scare the Teacher to Death! (Graveyard School) found in the catalog.
August 1, 1995
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||103|
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The premise of this book is, “People who love each other are .Several times, co-workers have asked to borrow books to help children deal with the death of a grandparent or a book to deal with the loss of a pet, and several times I've been empty-handed.
And unfortunately, more than once, I have been the teacher of a deceased child, a child with a terminal illness, and a child who has lost a loved one.