Mandie Books #24: Mandie and the Invisible Troublemaker

by Lois Gladys Leppard

Paperback, 1994



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Bethany House Publishers (1994), 174 pages


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.

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LibraryThing member da99
I like this book because Mandie is very brave,even brave enough to sneak out at night, knock down a door,go in Miss Prudence's office without asking, ask Celia to open the door when she was coming back from her Grandmother Taft's,and even accuse April Snow of dumping out Snowball's sandbox and
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putting a open jar of molasses in her traveling bag.The End.
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LibraryThing member JenniferRobb
Mandie decides that if she's going to be blamed for something it should be for something she's actually done. Mandie's been the victim of several pranks, and no one, not even her best friend Celia, seems to believe her when she says she didn't do it. So, fearing the changes that might come if her
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school is sold, she breaks curfew and runs to her grandmother's house to ask her grandmother to put up money to buy the school so that things will stay as they are.
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Physical description

7 inches


1556615108 / 9781556615108

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