The Kids I Teach ÂŠ Andrew Weatherhead and Mallory Whitten 2013 Publishing Genius Press Baltimore, Maryland www.PublishingGenius.com First published in 2013 This book is also archived for online reading at PublishingGenius.com
they smell bad
Jolene said she drinks a liter of orange soda a day
Ashleigh blew her nose on my shirt
Tobias spent $5 on candy and cried
only Essence has a cell phone
Robbie locked himself in the closet he didnâ€™t stay long
Tyler wanted to know everything I knew about tornadoes
DeMarcus said he likes to wear swim goggles because they make the world blue
one time we bobbed for apples I hated it
I asked Ken what he was drawing he said â€œbuttsâ€?
I found Enrique behind the TV staring out the window
Jayden pooped on the rug and on the floor
Carlos said “it’s Jesus” pointing at a mermaid
the janitor and I talked about LeBron
Lulu started crying and when I went to see what was the matter she whispered in my ear it smells like garlic bread
two kids get in a fight three kids get in a fight four kids get in a fight five kids get in a fight six kids get in a fight
they can still drink milk
after the kickball popped only Dimitry wanted to play with it
Keith tried to throw a chair I stopped him
I asked Natasha to name a city, any city she said, â€œIndiaâ€?
Keely explained why she was afraid of dogs then they all were afraid of dogs
sometimes they just fall asleep
Ken drew a picture it looked like turtles lying in the grass under a setting sun I asked him what it was he said â€œbuttsâ€?
when they color I color
my meanness weighs on Elliotâ€™s heart but his meanness weighs on mine
he called me a nigger, a faggot, a motherfucking bitch and Mr. Andrew
Written by Andrew Weatherhead and drawn by Mallory Whitten, this book is a humorous documentation of how elementary school students interact...