Poor Mrs Toggle The zipper on her fuchsia colored coat is jammed and she can t get her coat off A great choice as a read aloud for an entire class or a read alone for a private giggle, this is sure to strike a chord with anyone who has ever shared Mrs Toggle s difficulty Booklist Full color


10 thoughts on “Mrs. Toggle's Zipper

  1. Abby Gallier Abby Gallier says:

    This is another one of those books that takes me back one of those books that sticks out from my childhood When Mrs Toggle s students arrive at school in the morning and find their teacher stuck in her winter coat, it becomes a whole class affair Her students are very concerned that she might overheat wearing a big puffy coat inside, so they do everything that they can to get her unstuck They even get the principal, the school nurse, and the janitor involved This story has a great lesson a This is another one of those books that takes me back one of those books that sticks out from my childhood When Mrs Toggle s students arrive at school in the morning and find their teacher stuck in her winter coat, it becomes a whole class affair Her students are very concerned that she might overheat wearing a big puffy coat inside, so they do everything that they can to get her unstuck They even get the principal, the school nurse, and the janitor involved This story has a great lesson about problem solving, and is great for ages 5 8


  2. Shannon Weeden Shannon Weeden says:

    The kids adored the illustrations in the book the most They stated that it was great that adults listened to the kids advise on trying to help instead of just telling them to be quiet and sit down and all of the adults seemed like nice and friendly people.


  3. Christopher Johnston Christopher Johnston says:

    FictionPrimary Grades 2 3 I didn t really enjoy this book I didn t find it funny or creative I didn t really feel anything when I read it I wouldn t have it in my classrom.


  4. Allen Allen says:

    This was awesome The custodian saves the day


  5. Liana Liana says:

    Got plenty of laughs out of this one as a kid Really funny and enjoyable.


  6. Amanda Schwind Amanda Schwind says:

    Problem solving


  7. Anna Wendling Anna Wendling says:

    After their teacher, Mrs Toggle, is stuck in her coat because her zipper tag missing, they are on a mission to help her get her coat off The class tries pulling, going to the nurse, calling the principle, and calling the janitor to try to get her jacket off Great for ages K 3rd grade.This book mixes humor and problem solving to get their teacher out of her coat Not only are the students using teamwork, but they get help from staff throughout their school.


  8. Eva Leger Eva Leger says:

    3.5 This is another story that walks a fine line but succeeds with not being too repetitive That s a real pet peeve of mine, with any book Like the note in the front of the book, to readers and from an editor, this story is a little different in that instead of a child needing help from an adult, an adult needs help from the children And during the course of the story several adults fail in that helping.There are a few funny parts about what to call the thingamajig on the end of zipp 3.5 This is another story that walks a fine line but succeeds with not being too repetitive That s a real pet peeve of mine, with any book Like the note in the front of the book, to readers and from an editor, this story is a little different in that instead of a child needing help from an adult, an adult needs help from the children And during the course of the story several adults fail in that helping.There are a few funny parts about what to call the thingamajig on the end of zippers and the facial expressions of all involved are humorous to boot.I think the book is definitely for older toddlers because of the amount of story but at the same time the names of the adults will probably go over most kids heads Normal, everyday names would have served better I think All in all I think it s a pretty decent story and Julia liked it well enough It s worth reading


  9. Jami Jami says:

    a bit wordy


  10. Mallory Mallory says:

    My favorite book as a child