Miss O and Friends by Devra Newberger Speregen
Trouble With a Capital O

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It’s a new school year, and Miss O’s new teacher is a complete nightmare! Mean, unfair, strict...and she has decided that Olivia is trouble with a capital O no you don't, young lady. School rumor has it that sometime in the misty past, the teacher threw a piece of chalk that took out a kid’s eye! Gross—but could it be true? When other mysterious stories around the school demand investigation, Miss O and her friends Justine, Harlie, and Isabella, along with her sister, Juliette, create a Web site to get to the bottom of them. Will it be Miss O who vindicates the very teacher who wants to fail her? This first book in the Miss O and Friends series introduces the five friends with a lively, engaging story that teaches about working with others, problem-solving, taking action, and keeping an open mind.


Each book in the Miss O and Friends series is told from the perspective of one of the friends, focusing on her unique perspective and interests, and each one is fun to read, action-packed, and full of answers and sound advice for meeting the real-life challenges of tween girls.
 

About Devra Newberger Speregen

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Debbie Viguié is the author of the young adult novels Scarlet Moon, which Publishers Weekly called “creatively conceived,” and Midnight Pearls, praised by KLIATT as a “whimsical romantic tale.” The author of several novels based on the television series Wicked and Charmed, she is a former grade-school science teacher. She lives in San Lorenzo, California.
 
Published July 1, 2006 by Watson-Guptill. 128 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A few days later, Miss O’s friend Isabella breaks the news that while Googling the other night, she came across a picture of the Hinter Monster with a caption saying “Local Teacher Behind Bars”!

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