Adventure and trouble break out when Mandie returns to The Misses Heathwood's School for Girls in Asheville. The Misses Heathwood are trying to sell their school, but Mandie fears the idea of a new headmistress. If she can only convince Grandmother Taft to buy the school but where is Grandmother?
School begins and, starting with a sticky mess in the front hallway, Mandie is blamed for a host of things that go wrong. But who's behind all the trouble? April Snow again? And Snowball doesn't help matters. He gets Mandie into even more trouble every time he runs away.
Will Grandmother rescue the school? Can Mandie catch the troublemaker?
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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 putting a open jar of molasses in her traveling bag.The End.
I liked this Mandie book better than the previous three (numbers 21, 22, 23). Mandie is finally starting to get back in her element! The new school year is just beginning and Mandie is already getting blamed for things she didn't do. Troubles begin when she finds a leaking jar of molasses in her bag. Everything worsens though, as someone is definitely trying to make Mandie look bad and get into trouble with the head mistress. To top it off however, Mandie has other problems on her mind, like the potential buyers of her school! She knows she won't like them and many of the other girls at school feel the same way. There's another thing eating at Mandie's brain.. Where has her grandmother disappeared to without telling anyone? I did like reading this story, and I hope the books that are next in line will be just as good.
Not the best book but it was okay. The next one is better.