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Mrs. P., Who Stole My Keys?

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Mrs. P. and her students return to school from their holiday break only to find more pranksters on the loose in her classroom. Mrs. P. is pranked with a hologram of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the Ghost of Avery Middle School and with the mother of them all--her keys mysteriously disappear for weeks. Ella, Lennox, Stella and Austin team up to investigate and uncover t ...more
Published January 29th 2021 by INtense Publications LLC
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Feb 15, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: middle-school
Mrs. P., Who Stole My Keys? made me think of Ms. Frizzle meets bratty kids. Mrs. P is a cool middle school science teacher with a lot of great ideas for interesting her students in science. Unfortunately, not all the kids love Mrs. P. and some of them pull pranks on Mrs. P. Thornton Cline and Lacie Carpenter have created a story that may give middle schoolers ideas of pranks to pull on their teachers, although most will not have the technical knowledge to be able to pull it off. Mrs. P., Who Sto ...more
Feb 05, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Mrs. P, Who Stole My Keys? is a fun read for middle school aged children. This is the second book in the Mrs. P. series but can be read as a stand alone.

Mrs Periwinkle, affectionately referred to as Mrs P by her students, is trying to teach her students about science when someone interrupts her class with a prank. The usual pranksters set out to try to figure out who the culprit is. One of the pranks involves Mrs P's keys - the keys to her car, her home, her office, the school. The fob is going
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