Miss Nelson is Missing by Harry Allard, illustrations by James Marshall
The children love their teacher, Miss Nelson. When they start behaving badly, throwing spitballs in class and tossing paper airplanes, Miss Nelson fails to show up for school. She is replaced by the vile substitute teacher, Viola Swamp. Ms.Swamp wears an ugly black dress and makes the children’s life miserable. Will they ever see Miss Nelson again?. Sequels include Miss Nelson is Back and Miss Nelson has a Field Day
Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories by Dr. Seuss
A turtle named Yertle is the ultimate bully:
“I’m Yertle the Turtle!
Oh Marvelous me!
For I am the ruler of all I can see.”
Yertle climbs to the top literally on the backs of all the turtles in the pond. But justice prevails. Many people think Seuss based Yertle on Adolf Hitler.
The Sneetches and Other Stories by Dr. Seuss
“Now the Star-Belly Sneetches Had bellies with stars.
The Plain-Belly Sneetches had none up thars”
The Star Belly Sneetches consider themselves highly superior to the plain belly Sneetches .Then along comes Sylvester McMonkey McBean and his star creation machine.
Soon the Sneetches are adding and removing stars from their bellies until they are all totally confused. Will the Sneetches learn their lesson?