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Kumar Sathy

Kumar Sathy is an experienced educator and school administrator who often used his own stories and unpublished children's novels for reading instruction in his K-5 classrooms in Atlanta, GA. He received his teaching certification from Georgia State University and a Masters in School Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

This laugh-out-loud children's book is aligned with the new Common Core State Standards. It covers third grade English Language Arts and Mathematics. Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man is a hilarious story that teaches and references curriculum concepts that students in all states need to learn!

This breakthrough educational book tells the story of a struggling third-grader (Chris Robb) who desperately wants to pass a standardized test. Chris's school is a crazy place and his teacher has the strangest name he has ever heard: Ms. Bubblebrain. Every character in the book has a unique personality trait. Smelly Sam stuffs random objects up his nose (sushi, socks, etc), the bus driver waves around his stinky shoe to get the kids to settle down, and the principal harbors an incomprehensible infatuation with strawberry milk. Meanwhile, rumor has it that a mysterious Chicken Nugget Man has been sneaking into schools and causing all kinds of chaos. A task force is created to capture the Chicken Nugget Man. The country's smartest children will be chosen to join the effort because for some reason, no adult has ever seen the Chicken Nugget Man. Chris, who can barely remember his teacher's name, has the odds stacked against him when it comes to passing the big test, but as the reader discovers, he might have a little help, and a little hope, after all.

The book has built-in Bloom's Taxonomy critical thinking comprehension questions that are written in kid-friendly language. A strong emphasis is placed on character education and every time a character makes a poor choice, the narrator reminds readers of the consequences, encouraging them to suggest more responsible choices.

This delightful work of humorous fiction makes learning fun and helps students in all states prepare for standardized tests. It's great for fourth and fifth grade remediation, gifted second graders, after school tutoring, read-aloud, literature circles, family reading nights, and guided reading.

This laugh-out-loud children's book is aligned with the Content Standards for California Public Schools. It covers English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man is a hilarious story that teaches and references second through fifth grade educational concepts, and even though it's 100% correlated to the third grade California curriculum, it teaches concepts that students in all states need to learn!

This breakthrough educational book tells the story of a struggling third-grader (Chris Robb) who desperately wants to pass the third grade STAR California Standards Test (CST). Chris's school is a crazy place and his teacher has the strangest name he has ever heard: Ms. Bubblebrain. Every character in the book has a unique personality trait. Smelly Sam stuffs random objects up his nose (sushi, socks, etc), the bus driver waves around his stinky shoe to get the kids to settle down, and the principal harbors an incomprehensible infatuation with strawberry milk. Meanwhile, rumor has it that a mysterious Chicken Nugget Man has been sneaking into schools and causing all kinds of chaos. A task force is created to capture the Chicken Nugget Man. The country's smartest children will be chosen to join the effort because for some reason, no adult has ever seen the Chicken Nugget Man. Chris, who can barely remember his teacher's name, has the odds stacked against him when it comes to passing the STAR CST, but as the reader discovers, he might have a little help, and a little hope, after all.

The book has built-in Bloom's Taxonomy critical thinking comprehension questions that are written in kid-friendly language. A strong emphasis is placed on character education in the book and every time a character makes a poor choice, the narrator reminds readers of the consequences, encouraging them to suggest more responsible choices.

This delightful work of humorous fiction makes learning fun and helps students in all states prepare for standardized tests. It's great for fourth and fifth grade remediation, gifted second graders, after school tutoring, read-aloud, literature circles, and guided reading.

Key educational features in the book:

  • Built-in comprehension questions
  • Math, science, social studies, language arts and reading concepts taught through a fun, fictional plot
  • Educational illustrations
  • Tricky words are labeled with images for ELLs and struggling readers
  • Officially leveled text
  • Full list of referenced educational standards/concepts in the back of the book
  • Math word problems
  • "Knowledge Nugget" educational fact boxes
  • Math skills, including: number sense, algebra, measurement, and statistics
  • Social Studies skills, including: history, citizenship, leadership, and economics
  • Science skills, including: physical science, life science, Earth science, and investigation
This laugh-out-loud children's book prepares students for the CRCT and is aligned with the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS) for language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. It's an exciting story that teaches and references second through fifth grade skills, and even though it's 100% correlated to the third grade Georgia curriculum, it works well for third, fourth, and fifth grade students in all states!

This breakthrough educational book tells the story of a struggling third-grader (Chris Robb) who desperately wants to pass the third grade Criterion-Referenced Competency Test (CRCT). Chris's school is a crazy place and his teacher has the strangest name he has ever heard: Ms. Bubblebrain. Every character in the book has a unique personality trait. Smelly Sam stuffs random objects up his nose (sushi, socks, etc), the bus driver waves around his stinky shoe to get the kids to settle down, and the principal harbors an incomprehensible infatuation with strawberry milk. Meanwhile, rumor has it that the Chicken Nugget Man has been sneaking into schools and causing all kinds of chaos. A task force is created to capture this mysterious creature. The country's smartest children will be chosen to join the effort because for some reason, no adult has ever seen the Chicken Nugget Man. Chris, who can barely remember his teacher's name, has the odds stacked against him when it comes to passing the CRCT, but as the reader discovers, he might have a little help, and a little hope, after all.

The book has built-in Bloom's Taxonomy higher-order critical thinking questions that are written in kid-friendly language. A strong emphasis is placed on character education in the book and every time a character makes a poor choice, the narrator reminds readers of the consequences, encouraging them to suggest more responsible choices.

This delightful comedy makes learning fun and helps students in all states prepare for standardized tests. It's great for fourth and fifth grade remediation, gifted second graders, after school tutoring, guided reading, literature circles, read-aloud, and family reading nights!

Key educational features in the book:

  • Built-in comprehension questions
  • Math, science, social studies, language arts and reading concepts taught through a fun, fictional plot
  • Educational illustrations
  • Tricky words are labeled with images for ELLs and struggling readers
  • Officially leveled text
  • Full list of referenced educational standards/concepts in the back of the book
  • Math word problems
  • "Knowledge Nugget" educational fact boxes
  • Math skills, including: measurement, problem solving, geometry, and measurement
  • Social Studies concepts, including: geography, democracy, history, and economics
  • Science concepts, including: geology, data analysis, and scientific investigation
This laugh-out-loud children's book prepares students for the New York State Assessments and is aligned with the New York State Learning Standards for Language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man is a hilarious story that teaches and references second through fifth grade educational concepts, and even though it's 100% correlated to the third grade New York curriculum, it teaches concepts that students in all states need to learn!

This breakthrough educational book tells the story of a struggling third-grader (Chris Robb) who desperately wants to pass the third grade New York State Assessment. Chris's school is a crazy place and his teacher has the strangest name he has ever heard: Ms. Bubblebrain. Every character in the book has a unique personality trait. Smelly Sam stuffs random objects up his nose (sushi, socks, etc), the bus driver waves around his stinky shoe to get the kids to settle down, and the principal harbors an incomprehensible infatuation with strawberry milk. Meanwhile, rumor has it that a mysterious Chicken Nugget Man has been sneaking into schools and causing all kinds of chaos. A task force is created to capture the Chicken Nugget Man. The country's smartest children will be chosen to join the effort because for some reason, no adult has ever seen the Chicken Nugget Man. Chris, who can barely remember his teacher's name, has the odds stacked against him when it comes to passing the New York State Assessment, but as the reader discovers, he might have a little help, and a little hope, after all.

The book has built-in Bloom's Taxonomy critical thinking comprehension questions that are written in kid-friendly language. A strong emphasis is placed on character education in the book and every time a character makes a poor choice, the narrator reminds readers of the consequences, encouraging them to suggest more responsible choices.

This delightful work of humorous fiction makes learning fun and helps students in all states prepare for standardized tests. It's great for fourth and fifth grade remediation, gifted second graders, after school tutoring, read-aloud, literature circles, guided reading, and family reading nights.

Key educational features in the book:

  • Built-in comprehension questions
  • Math, science, social studies, language arts and reading concepts taught through a fun, fictional plot
  • Educational illustrations
  • Tricky words are labeled with images for ELLs and struggling readers
  • Officially leveled text
  • Full list of referenced educational standards/concepts in the back of the book
  • Math word problems
  • "Knowledge Nugget" educational fact boxes
  • Math skills, including: problem solving, properties, fractions, equations, and geometry
  • Social Studies skills, including: leadership, New York history, geography, citizenship, economics, and world history
  • Science skills, including: physical science, life science, magnetism, and matter

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