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The Trouble with Miss Switch Paperback – June 1, 2002
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About the Author
Barbara Brooks Wallace has written Victorian mysteries that include a parlor, a tavern, a castle, a scullery, and a gallery. But she claims never to have lived in a tavern or a castle, or owned a house with a parlor, a scullery, or a gallery. So far she has not lived in a tenement, either. She simply dwells in a nice little house in Alexandria, Virginia, with her very nice husband; affectionate Burmese cat, Cleo; and turtle, Peter. Her son, Jimmy, daughter-in-law, Christina, and Victoria and Elizabeth, their two daughters, live nearby.
Top customer reviews
This book is a great mix between a strict, but good teacher, a crazy witch, and a determined scientific boy. The mix that shouldn't mix works wonderfully well.
I think everyone will love this book.
Also, this book held up very, very well over the years. It was originally written in 1971, right after we first landed on the moon, and when computers didn't even have screens, but you interacted with them through cards.
+Such a fun book to read
+Great, engaging characters
+The audio reading was great
-There is a little bit of dated technology