Item description for Mandie and the Invisible Troublemaker (Mandie, Book 24) by Lois Gladys Leppard...
Overview Mandie returns to school in Asheville, North Carolina, and finds herself the target of a prankster who manages to make her look like the troublemaker
Publishers Description For children 8-13, mystery adventures set in the North Carolina backwoods at the turn of the century.
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Studio: Bethany House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.94" Width: 4.27" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.24 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1995
Publisher BETHANY HOUSE PUBLISHERS #7
Grade Level Grade School
Series Mandie Books
Series Number 24
ISBN 1556615108 ISBN13 9781556615108
Availability 0 units.
More About Lois Gladys Leppard
Lois Gladys Leppard (1924-2008) worked in Federal Intelligence for thirteen years in various countries around the world before she settled in South Carolina. The stories of her own mother's childhood as an orphan in western North Carolina are the basis for many of the incidents incorporated in this series.
Lois Gladys Leppard lived in the state of South Carolina. Lois Gladys Leppard was born in 1924 and died in 2008.
Lois Gladys Leppard has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Mandie and the Invisible Troublemaker (Mandie, Book 24)?
LOVE These Books Nov 1, 2008
I teach 4-6th graders and I bought these to try and interest the girls but I have found that the boys enjoy these books also. I have purchased several of the Mandie books and they are excited when I add a new one. They fight over who will read it first.
This book will surprise even the most seasoned Mandie reader Dec 4, 2003
Mandie is back in school, but things are different. Miss Prudence and Miss Hope are selling the school, and there is a possibility that if the school changes headmistresses, Celia might be sent to a different school. On top of that, Polly, Mandie's conniving neighbor is at school with them! And if it couldn't get worse, an invisible troublemaker comes and makes things difficult for Mandie. Can Mandie find the troublemaker, cope with Polly, and save the school at the same time?
This book is quite interesting. At first I thought the troublemaker was one of Mandie's schoolmates, but I was wrong. I guarantee that you'll be surprised at the ending as I was.
Awesome! Jul 31, 2003
This book is absolutely so wonderful! It is a must-read!
A captivating mystery May 23, 1998
Hi! I'm 14, and my name is Virginia Sulpy. I consider myself a sort of expert at critiquing Mandie books, since I have read every single one of them at least 5 times. This book is very good, and provides quite a bit of mystery. Someone is doing awful things, like putting the headmistress's private files about the school in Mandie's and her friend's room. Mandie gets caught a few times putting them back, and she even gets suspended. One of the mysterious things that is going on is that her grandmother is not home, which is unusual. It turns out that she had been looking for Hilda, a deranged girl who Mandie found. Then to stir things up even more, the students at the school are planning to protest against the potential buyers of the school. Thier plans are cut short by the news of President McKinley, who was shot. This story is very realistic, and the author has had a field day of desciption. Looking at the other books in the series, this one does not tend to stick in your mind. However, don't pass this one by!!! THANK YOU, MRS LEPPARD! Keep it up!