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The Fabled Fifth Graders of Aesop Elementary School

In The Fabled Fifth Graders of Aesop Elementary School - the hilarious sequel to the 2007 hit The Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary School - Mr. Jupiter's class is baaack - a year older, but as quirky as ever!

The Moral of the Story

When Mr. Jupiter's class returns as fifth graders for the new school year, they're definitely a year older, but they're just as, well, let's say UNUSUAL as ever before! In fact, they stand out from the rest of the kids from the very first day of school, when they're spotted in the hallway wearing ram's horn headdresses...just like their teacher. The moral of the story? Birds of a feather flock together!

Get it now? The FABLED Fifth Graders of AESOP Elementary School is about fables - just like the famous Aesop told. And in this new book by Candace Fleming the wacky Grade 5s and their ever-fearless teacher are all about teaching you some valuable lessons through each of the 12 stories contained in the book. Pretty cool, we think!

LOL Stories

Follow along as the 10-year-old heroes of this book learn to do weird body tricks, conjure up a rain storm and care for a pet Burmese guinea pig. It may be all about learning some of the most important lessons in life but, hey, who said you couldn't have fun doing it?!

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