Holiday House, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
What will the kids of Lincoln School do without their health-conscious lunch lady, Harriet? When she goes on a much-needed vacation, the principal, Mr. Fitz. hires cook after cook, each one more outrageous than the next, but none who can replace their beloved Harriet. The kids--and their principal--send postcards, letters, drawings, e-mail and telegrams detailing the "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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - epoche - LibraryThing
The kids of Lincoln School are very picky about their taste in food. The lunch lady, Harriett was so tired from cooking to everyone's taste. She decided to take a vacation. The principal tried to fill ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dbcollin - LibraryThing
Due to the hard work, the cafeteria lady takes a much needed vacation from serving school lunch. Finding a replacement is not easy and the vacation takes longer than the school expected. After finding out that the students were not being served healthy foods, she promptly returns. Read full review