Daring David Amazing Women & National Nutrition Celebrations

Daring David Amazing Women & National Nutrition Celebrations


Melville Elementary School is focusing on two great events for the month of March. Mrs. Mitchell thinks of an idea to celebrate all the female teachers in the building and names it “Amazing Women’s Day”! Everything is kept a secret until the day of the program. But there’s an even bigger secret that not even Mrs. Mitchell knows about. Since March is National Nutrition Month, Melville Elementary School was also planning a big Health Fair. Eating healthier foods was the plan for this month. When Chef Lanier comes to visit Mrs. Mitchell’s class, a big blender blunder caused by David presents a problem. For Julia and Jeanie, tensions were high as they fretted about the unpleasant situation, and David was feeling the brunt of it. Things eventually work out for good in the end. Both celebrations work out well.

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Product ID: 17597ISBN: 978-1-94782-933-6.


Grades 2–6 | Fiction | ISBN: 978-1-94782-933-6 | Lexile: 810 | GRL: R | English


  • Inspires readers with real-life dilemmas and issues that many young people face today at home, in school, and in the community
  • Motivates students to respond positively to adversity and uncertainty
  • Engages students of diverse cultures to achieve their own goals in life

About the Author:

Linda Taylor taps into her twenty-five years as a schoolteacher to write books that inspire students to acknowledge their feelings and work together to solve problems. Throughout her career as a teacher and more recently as an author, Linda has been passionate about nurturing children and giving them the skills to be the best they can be. Linda is also the author of the Amazing Annabelle series published by Lightswitch Learning.


“A fun, true-to-life, and educational story that can be enjoyed by children of all ages. David is a shining example for any student who finds him- or herself in a sticky situation. Despite difficulties, he navigates his surroundings with undeniable wit, as his inner strength and determination grows each day.”
—Liana Taylor, student

A whole child approach ensures that each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged.

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