101 Ways to Bug Your Teacher is a 2004 children’s book written by Lee Wardlaw. It is the sequel to 101 Ways To Bug Your Parents. The book focuses on Stephen Wyatt, a middle school inventor, who must overcome his inventor’s block that developed when his parents reveal they are planning to have him skip eighth grade, leaving his friends behind in middle school when he goes off to high school.
The idea for this novel came from Wardlaw’s five years of experience as an elementary school educator. The novel was named on the Best Books of the Month list in ALAN, the journal of the National Council of Teachers of English. This book was also chosen as a Children’s Choice for 2005.
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