The Janitor's Boy is my all-time favorite Andrew Clements book. It really teaches the kids that parents aren't just trying to embarrass them, that parents actually have way more living under their belts and experience than most kids would dream and that there are reasons for their choices. How do you guys choose what books to read to your class next? Do you have a list of titles you just work through or does your class vote or what? I have always done the voting thing, but I want to try something different because last year some of the choices weren't so great.