'I can't believe it!' I exclaimed. In big blue writing, the website recognized Mrs. Wrinklesteen as teacher of the year.Claire scanned the screen. 'It's dated last year.''No way.' I sat up straighter. 'Teacher of the year? There has to be some mistake.'The article went on and on about Mrs. Wrinklesteen's innovative teaching style and its success in the classroom. Then it discussed how great she was at forming relationships with troubled students and helping them get back on track...A year ago Mrs. Wrinklesteen was apparently a brilliant, well-liked teacher. What happened? People didn't change that much in one year. ... We were missing something. I vowed to find out what it was. Abby is a typical junior higher except for two things: she's not boy crazy and she's actually excited about starting her seventh-grade year. When Abby gets a detention on her first day of school from Mrs. Wrinklesteen, thanks to Noah, the most popular boy in school, events begin to spiral out of control. She can't seem to stay out of trouble with Mrs. Wrinklesteen, and her parents tell her if she can't straighten up her act, there will be no Winter Dance for her. With a teacher on the rampage, a snotty classmate, and a series of mishaps, Abby learns in the end that things are not always as they seem.
|Publisher:||Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.|
|Product dimensions:||4.90(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Operation Wrinklesteen is a great book for junior high girls. Abby is struggling with some difficult people in her life. A problem we all can relate to! I thoroughly enjoyed this book!