Totally Wonderful Miss Plumberry
Publication Date: August 8, 2006
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A small moment makes a big difference to a little girl — thanks to a totally wonderful teacher who knows just what to do.
Molly can't wait to share her grandma's crystal with all her classmates, the special crystal she looks at each night as she falls asleep. Everyone crowds around, eager to see it — until Russell runs by with his flashy, water-spurting dinosaur. Now Molly's eyes are filling with tears, and her heart is going thumpity-thump, and it's the most totally horrible day in the whole world. Is there anything Miss Plumberry can do to make things wonderful again?
Michael Rosen is an award-winning author and anthologist of many books for young readers. In 1997 he received the Eleanor Farjeon Award for service to children's literature. Michael Rosen lives in London.
Chinlun Lee says, "Miss Plumberry reminds me of my mom, who's just as nice as Miss Plumberry, and she's a teacher, too!" Chinlun Lee shares her home in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, with many dogs and one cat.