Item description for Mandie and the Missing Schoolmarm (Mandie, Book 39) by Leppard Lois Gladys...
Mandie book 39. In the midst of her summer vacation, Mandie learns that her beloved teacher, Miss Hope, has disappeared. At her wits' end, Miss Hope's sister, Miss Prudence, calls in Mandie's grandmother for help. As the new school year approaches and the teacher has yet to be found, Mandie worries that her grandmother, who owns the school building, may step in to fill Miss Hope's place---spurring Mandie and her friends to mount their own efforts to find the missing schoolmarm.
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Studio: Bethany House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.02" Width: 4.24" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2004
Publisher BETHANY HOUSE PUBLISHERS #7
ISBN 0764226428 ISBN13 9780764226427
Reviews - What do customers think about Mandie and the Missing Schoolmarm (Mandie, Book 39)?
so so - good Sep 6, 2005
im a total mandie fan and have read all the books (exept the ones i cant get yet)the second a new ones out i go right 2 the libraryan i love the end in this book but i find nothing much happents personly i like it wen mandies life is in danger:) but i wouldent miss this book ! red it twice my favorite carictor is snowball (i have a wite cat 2 only diference is mynes a girl and its her sister who has the leash and harness... red of corce) i would be devistated if annythin happend 2 stop the mandie series :(
That's is right Jan 23, 2005
I really agrea with most of the above readers. This book was a disapointment.I thought that questions in the story weren't really answered too.I don't mean to give you the wrong idea the other Mandie books are awsome. It almost seamed as if this book was written in a rush. And they ate chocolate cake on every page and I'm sick of it.
Mandie #39 not so good.... Oct 9, 2004
I was sad because this Mandie book wasn't very good and I didn't really enjoy it. Mandie's beloved school teacher, Miss Hope, is missing, which sounds like a great mystery, but nothing really happens. There is no real plot, and the ending happened very quickly, then it was over. Mandie didn't seem really determined to solve this as much as she did other mysteries. There are one or two subplots that are not solved or given complete reason for at the end, so they didn't really fit in and could have been left out. And if Mandie is going to college soon, then she REALLY needs to grow up! I am sooo tired of Snowball! Mandie needs to shut the cat up in the cellar or something. And since Mandie and Joe are really growing up (and since #40 is the LAST book) they REALLY needed to get closer, which didn't happen. I'm getting tired of Joe and the whole "chocolate cake" thing, because it's really getting childish. Overall, I didn't think this Mandie book was nearly as well written as others. But I very sad that #40 is the last book (isnt' it?)
it was ok Aug 30, 2004
This book had no real plot! My other friends thought it was excellent, but I thought it was poorly written. The only reason I give it 3 stars instead of 1 is because even though I am getting a little old for Mandie I am a devoted fan and also because I loved the ending! I was disappointed to hear that Mandie and the Graduation Mystery (Mandie book #40) is going to be the last Mandie book! It comes out September first though and I am definitely going to by it soo look for my review!
So So Aug 22, 2004
Even though the plot itself was ok, the script was only so so. Mandie didn't seem as determined to figure out this particular mystery, which seemed out of character. You'd think she'd be extremely worried about Ms. Hope dissapearing. And there wasn't enought friction between Joe and Jonathon. I like it better when there is jealously involved. So if you aren't really into the Mandie Books, this book would be fine for you. But otherwise it isn't worth your time.