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For example, when he helps a woman quit smoking by making her think her cigarettes feel and taste like worms, he also makes her slap her husband's face when he says the word "potato.
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A Story with a Disappointing Ending Paul is sent to visit the new school counselor, as he cannot control his urge to pull Leslie's pigtails. The psychiatrist uses a strange pickle-like stone to hypnotize Paul, making him think Leslie's pigtails are rattlesnakes when he tries to grab them, but also adding that he will see Leslie's ears as candy when he hears the word "pencil".
After Paul returns to class, Leslie breaks her pencil, and borrows one from a classmate; this is all accomplished without saying the word "pencil". Pet Day All of the students bring their pets to school. The pets have unusual names, leading to confusion from Mrs. The chapter is structured similarly to Abbot and Costello 's " Who's on First? A Bad Word After Mr. Kidswatter spills coffee on his new suit while opening a door, he declares "door" a forbidden word, and requires everybody to call it a "goozack" from that point forward.
Todd shows up late to school, and is subsequently punished for saying "door". Jewls eventually resolves the situation by saying that Louis is one of Santa's helpers, and the class vows to help Santa Claus even if he isn't real. Something Different About Mrs. Jewls The kids suspect that something is different about Mrs. Jewels when they notice that she's eating strange things and showing emotional love for everything that she sees. Jewls announces that she is expecting a baby, so she will be leaving temporarily, and Mr.
Gorf will be her substitute. Gorf The class waits for Mr. Gorf arrive to class; they remain on their best behavior, as they fear that Mr. Gorf is the husband of their harsh former teacher, Mrs. They soon they realize that he hasn't arrived, and figure that he must be hiding, so they resume work as normal. Myron, however, cracks under the pressure. Using the freedom he obtained in the last book, he jumps on the tables and sits at the teacher's desk.
Eventually, the class realizes that Mr. Gorf accidentally locked himself in the closet, and let him out. Voices At first, Mr. Gorf seems like a nice teacher with a gentle Scottish accent, but then he reveals that he is the son of Mrs. Gorf has the ability to take away one's voice by sucking it up a third nostril in his nose.
He can then mimic it perfectly just by touching his nose. He eventually steals the voice of every student in the room, and uses their voices to reassure other teachers that everything is normal. After a visit from Miss Mush, the lunch teacher, Mr. Gorf uses Kathy's voice to tell her, "Have a nice day!
Nose With his talent for mimicry, Mr. Gorf decides to take revenge on the class for causing the demise of his mother. He calls the students' mothers and insults them using their own voices, mocking the children for being unable to stop him. However, Miss Mush foils him by smashing a pepper pie in his face, causing him to sneeze repeatedly until his nose comes off.
Eventually, the voices he stole return to their rightful owners although it takes a few minutes for the voices and people to line up correctly, due to the number of voices taken. Miss Mush, upon hearing "Have a nice day! Gorf could steal voices.
Since Kathy would never be so friendly, she correctly assumed the latter. At the end of the chapter, it is revealed that Mr. Gorf's initial voice belonged to a Scottish man who lost his voice 20 years previously; because Mr. Gorf lost his nose, he is able to speak again. The New Teacher The second of the substitutes, Mrs.
Drazil, arrives. She appears to be open and friendly, but Deedee suspects that she has a dark side, though she cannot place why. Drazil's class throws a light bulb, a pencil sharpener, a coffeepot, and a sack of potatoes out of a window to see which one lands first.
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The coffeepot was borrowed from Mr. Kidswatter's office, and has not been seen since the experiment.
During the experiment, Sharie attempts to take Mrs. Drazil's blue notebook, and she angrily tells her never to do that again. Afterwards, Leslie notes that the class will need a new pencil sharpener. Paul licks her ears. Drazil and the students, until Deedee realizes her suspicion; Louis had mentioned Mrs.
Drazil in the previous book as his former teacher whom he hated. Upon meeting Mrs. Drazil again, Louis is forced to shave his mustache and finish a homework assignment he missed over 15 years prior. When he insults her, she places a wastepaper basket over his head. Poop With Mrs.
Drazil watching him, Louis drops his casual, fun-loving personality, turning into a strict Professional Playground Supervisor. He refuses to let the kids play with the balls because they are filthy and not properly inflated, and later refuses to let the kids onto the playground because the blacktop is gray and needs to be painted black. A fed-up Joy throws his handbook into the paint can. Drazil The title is paradoxical to the entire plot.
It is noted that Mrs. Drazil is nice, patient, fair, and even a good cook. However, since she forced Louis to shave his mustache, the students decide that she has to go. The Blue Notebook The students abscond with Mrs.
Drazil's blue notebook, intent on reading it. In so doing, they realize that in order to get rid of Mrs. Drazil, they must find Jane Smith, the only student that Mrs. Drazil dislikes more than Louis.
Jane Smith left Mrs. Drazil a nasty note stating that she didn't do her last twelve homework assignments; she also mentions that she is moving and won't say where. She closes her note by telling Mrs. Drazil to "rub a monkey's tummy with [her] head.
Time Out In every Wayside book, the 19th chapter is always portrayed as the nonexistent 19th floor, where the nonexistent Miss Zarves teaches. In this installment, Miss Zarves has a cow in her class, presumably left over from the events in the previous book. The cow continually distracts Miss Zarves to the point where she can no longer teach.
She goes to Principal Kidswatter to complain, but he doesn't see or hear her. Deciding that she doesn't feel valued, she finally storms out of the school, intending to quit.
However, three mysterious men, one holding an attache case, stop her and explain that the school needs her, and that her work is highly valued. Miss Zarves returns to her classroom feeling reassured. Elevators Elevators are installed in the school, but one can only go up and one can only go down.
They work perfectly, but only once. Open Wide Jason has a dentist appointment with Dr.
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Payne, but his appointment is interrupted by a phone call from an irate mother who refuses to pay for her child's tooth extraction, because the wrong tooth was pulled. Jason overhears the dentist on the phone telling the patient to "rub a monkey's tummy with her head," and subsequently confirms through her dental certificate that Dr.
Payne is Jane Smith.
Classifications Library of Congress PZ7. S Way The Physical Object Pagination p. Number of pages Borrow Download ebook for print-disabled Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat Library. download this book site. Share this book Facebook. History Created June 22, 5 revisions Download catalog record: Wikipedia citation Close. September 23, Edited by Julie Skelton. August 12, Edited by ImportBot. September 4, August 3, Edited by WorkBot.Now the kids are back and the fun begins again on every floor.
Gorf uses Kathy's voice to tell her, "Have a nice day! For example, when he helps a woman quit smoking by making her think her cigarettes feel and taste like worms, he also makes her slap her husband's face when he says the word "potato. When the poems are turned in, the students have written very strange poems about the colors they chose, while Rondi decided to not write anything.
September 4, Payne, but his appointment is interrupted by a phone call from an irate mother who refuses to pay for her child's tooth extraction, because the wrong tooth was pulled. Deciding that she doesn't feel valued, she finally storms out of the school, intending to quit.