Daring David End of the Year Is Here

Daring David End of the Year Is Here


Both David and Allen miss the first two school days of June due to ear and viral infections. When David returns to school, he is amazed at just how much he was missed and appreciated by Mrs. Mitchell and his classmates. During Career Day, discussions on careers and jobs have the students thinking about their future dreams. Mrs. Mitchell’s students also had the unique opportunity of asking her questions about the profession she loves so dearly. Mrs. Mitchell challenges her students to think of questions for the other presenters too. Rahul has a big surprise for Mrs. Mitchell and the class, although some students get a sneak peek and keep a very big secret. They have fun remembering a lot about the past and enjoy end-of-the-year parties that are always a blast.

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Author: Linda Taylor
Product ID: 17599ISBN: 978-1-94782-940-4.


Grades 2–6 | Fiction | ISBN: 978-1-94782-940-4 | Lexile: 780 | GRL: Q | 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.


“The end of the school year is always an emotional time for students. There is usually apprehension about leaving their classmates and teacher and a sense of uncertainty about the future. This book delves into the culminating activities at the end of the school year that are familiar in many elementary schools. It also defines the relationships that have been developed and nurtured throughout the school year with the students and teacher.”
—Retired Principal, New York City

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