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Lunch Lady and the Field Trip Fiasco: Lunch Lady #6 Paperback – September 13, 2011
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Lunch Lady loves art history and art museums, and wishes she and Betty could go along on the field trip. At the last minute, Principal Hernandez asks Lunch Lady to help out after a volunteer calls in sick. She cheerfully agrees to serve as a backup chaperone, while Betty stays behind to clean the Frialator. Dr. Geoffrey Fraudwa, the museum director, turns on the charm when he welcomes Mrs. Palonski and the rest of the group. But is he a charmer or a cheat?
While the class navigates the museum, they learn about Ancient Egyptians, hieroglyphics and prehistoric cave paintings. Bored, the Breakfast Bunch slips out to explore other rooms in the museum. Terrence would like to check out surrealist art, while Hector wants to see the medieval exhibit. It doesn't take Dee long to realize that something is off with her favorite painting, and soon they discover other art pieces that appear fake.
Meanwhile, Lunch Lady notices that Dee, Terrence and Hector have gone missing. She breaks away from the group and searches for the trio. To find them, she must rely on her magic and might. Will Lunch Lady create a fiasco to rescue the Breakfast Bunch? Is Dr. Fraudwa a mild-mannered museum director or a cunningly clever thief? Will the Breakfast Bunch solve the museum mystery, or will they get in trouble for sneaking away from Mrs. Palonski?
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The best book for readers at the 1st grade reading level it is appealing and interesting and they will read it all day.Published 5 days ago by vamsidhar
You will find the Lunch Lady a great transition for kids who are ready for a change from picture books to chapter books.Published on March 17, 2014 by lorettegaylepierce