School Lunch by True Kelley

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What will the kids of Lincoln School do without their health-conscious lunch lady? When Harriet goes on a much-needed vacation, the principal, Mr. Fitz, hires cook after cook, each one more outrageous than the next, but none can replace their beloved Harriet. The students – and principal – send postcards, letters, drawings, email, and telegrams detailing the various chefs’ outlandish meals in hopes of convincing Harriet to return. But will this lunch lady leave her tropical paradise to save the day?
 

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True Kelley has illustrated many books for children, including "Hazel Nutt", "Mad Scientist", winner of the Golden Duck Award for the best children's science-fiction illustrated book of the year, by David Elliott; and "My Dog", "Cat" by Marty Crisp. This is her first solo venture for Holiday House. She lives in New Hampshire. True can be contacted at her website, www.truekelley.com.
 
Published September 1, 2005 by Holiday House. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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A marvelously cute and clever look at school lunches features Harriet, the school cook who is tired out from trying to please all the kids, so she takes a vacation.

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