Paperback, 32 pages
Published by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (1999-09-01)
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Amazon DescriptionEveryone knows that teachers belong in school. But one day, Mrs. Quirk is spotted in the supermarket. And, as if that isn't bad enough, she is later seen trying on skates at the mall. Does she have a secret life? And just who is that girl that looks just like her -- only smaller?
In this delightfully zany picture book, every child's curiosity is made wonderfully plain as Mrs. Quirk and her cohorts are found out at last!
One Potato Review
This is finally a worthy tribute to the unimaginable juggling act that many teachers perform every day, with twenty-seven children at school, and one or more at home: so unimaginable it becomes a matter of convenience to suppose they never leave the premises. Because why would they want to? With gravity-defying illustrations by the great Joann Adinolfi, school actually looks like a pretty great place.
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