Friday, April 3, 2015

Welcome to Our Blog!

This post just welcomes you to the site. We are so excited to read this book and get started.

"World War II is on everyone's mind and in every headline, and Howie Crispers has a hunch that his school principal is a spy. With a little snooping around, Howie finds out something even more alarming. Principal Lomister may not be a spy, but he is plotting to get rid of Howie's favorite teacher. Howie's dad is fighting Nazis overseas, and his mom is working hard to support the war effort, so Miss Gossim is the only person Howie can depend on. With the help of his friends, and a plan worthy of radio show superhero Captain Midnight, Howie tries to save his favorite teacher." -

1 comment:

  1. Why I think that Howie doesn’t tell Mrs. Gossim what he knows is about to happen to her is because It’s so bad so he can’t get it out. In the story it says that Howie can’t get it out. This shows that it is to hard to say. Also he might not want to say it because he doesn’t want his teacher to leave so he’s not going to bring up the topic. He doesn’t want her to leave because she is Howie’s favorite teacher because she is so kind, thoughtful nice, and in Howie’s words pretty. In conclusion Howie feels sad for his teacher so he won’t say what will happen to her because it would just create more sadness.