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When Miranda Peabody and her friends decide that Marysara Brownington is the lunchroom spy of Mountain Stream Elementary School they launch a campaign to let everyone at school know she is not to be trusted! Through gossip Emails and spy reports Marysara is portrayed as someone who is mean and sneaky. It is only with the help of some wise adults that Miranda and her friends recognize the role of good judgment and the importance of kindness towards others.
Miranda Peabody and the Case of the Lunchroom Spy is a book that teaches young children the consequences of school gossip and group bullying. Discussion questions and activity sheets reinforce important character lessons and provide opportunities to explore the value of respect and friendship.
Author: Susan DeBell
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