Praise for 32 Third Graders and One Class Bunny
“Every so often a book surfaces that has such unabashed charm you want to praise it from the rooftops. 32 Third Graders and One Class Bunny is such a book...Phillip Done is the grade school teacher we all wish we could have had.”
"Teacher’s school tales are hilarious, poignant…Done is on his way to becoming to teachers what Erma Bombeck was to mothers - someone who can turn the mundane into hilarity."
The Gazette, Colorado Springs
"He so simply captured the thoughtfulness and creativity of teaching"
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"...funny and thoughtful"
San Jose Mercury News
"Sometimes you need a laugh. For that turn to Phillip Done and 32 Third Graders and One Class Bunny."
"…takes us back in time through laughs, grins and some sentimental journeys in this delightful book…It’s a perfect read for any parent of a student…It’s also a good book for anyone who ever went to third grade"
Lincoln Journal Star
“…funny and touching”
"Phil Done writes from a wise and loving heart about teaching and the world of the classroom."
"Phil Done’s experiences as a third-grade teacher qualify him a humorist, essayist and will-you-be-my-new-best-friend? Kinda guy...you're in for a treat."
The Dallas Morning News
"...touching and hilarious."
Sunday World-Herald (Omaha)
"...will touch your heart ...[and] grab your funny bone."
“Phillip Done brings the joys and terrors of elementary school back to life…charming and funny.”
The Washington Times
"Done’s book is a breath of fresh air...should be required reading in every teacher education program"
Christian School Teacher
“Phil Done is my hero.”
Roy Blount, Jr., author of Robert E. Lee and I am the Cat, Don’t Forget That
“A touching and humorous book from the heart of an award-winning teacher. Phil Done reminds us of the excitement and joy of learning.”
Hal Urban, author of Life’s Greatest Lessons and Positive Words, Powerful Results
“Phillip Done is the voice of the veteran teacher who knows who his working for: his love for children shines on every page.”
Esme Raji Codell, author of Educating Esme and How to Get Your Child to Love Reading