The three classic school stories. Accept no substitute.
More than forty years ago Viola Swamp slinked into Room 207 at Horace B. Smedley School and whipped Miss Nelson's terrible, rude, worst-class-in-the-whole-school students into shape. In the intervening generations since the publication of Miss Nelson Is Missing!, millions of children have been fascinated by the legend of Miss Swamp. A diabolical creation from the minds of Harry G. Allard and James Marshall, Miss Nelson's alter ego illuminates the folly of misbehavior through amazing feats of disguise. And she's never been more hilarious than now!
For the first time ever, Miss Nelson Is Missing!, Miss Nelson Is Back, and Miss Nelson Has a Field Day are available in one volume. This comical, collectable treasury of stories is a must-have for teachers and their mischievous students everywhere.
About the Author
Harry G. Allard and James Marshall collaborated on three books about Miss Nelson and her students, as well as four books about the incompetent and hilarious Stupid family. James Marshall is also the creator of George and Martha and was posthumously awarded the Laura Ingalls Wilder medal for his lasting contribution to literature for children in 2007.