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miss nelson is back

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 705 Ratings and 50 Reviews

Book Description
The hilarious sequel to Miss Nelson Is Missing! When their teacher has to go away for a week, the kids in Room 207 plan to "really act up." But their hijinks are soon quelled when the dreaded Swamp makes an appearance! It's been nearly three decades since Allard and Marshall reprised their original mischievous comedy of impersonation, Miss Nelson Is Missing, and the laugh track continues with this... More
Book Information
PublisherScholastic, Inc.
BindingPaperback (11 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages32
ISBN-100590334670
ISBN-13978-0590334679
Publication Date/1982
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About James Marshall (Author) : James Marshall is a published adapter, author, editor, and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of James Marshall include George & Martha, Mary Alice... more
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11/17/2009 jacklyn curb said:
A group of elementary students hatch a plan and ditch school when their teacher is out. It doesn’t work out quite the way they planned and a familiar face steps in. The story has a linear plot within a circular, and includes some foreshadowing as an older child makes his predictions about the clas... more

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