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Lunch Lady and the Video Game Villain: Lunch Lady #9

by Jarrett J. Krosoczka

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A threat to the school appears, which a common theme for this series, where all of the students and staff are realizing that their digital devices are going missing. It is up to the Lunchlady to solve the day, as she always does, by tracking down the thief and driving him out of the school. The relationships between the students and the Lunchlady are positive and supportive. The book focuses mainly on humorous punch lines and solving crime. The pictures are simple, with school bus yellow as the signature color on every page. This book is similar to the Captain Underpants series, with similar silliness paired with crime-fighting. Personally, I found it disappointing to see the many stereotypes throughout the book. The teachers and lunch ladies were all women, while the principal and computer tech were men. Also, the janitor spoke broken English, which insinuates that he may be a minority. In many of the pictures there were very few females. With this said, I was happy to see that the Lunchladay was a strong female lead. ( )
  natalienichols | Mar 4, 2014 |
The race is on for a new student council president, and the Breakfast Bunch is rallying for Hector! The competition is already heavy, but the race heats up when school security is at stake: student and staff high-tech gadgets are disappearing left and right. Whoever the culprit is, this is one stealthy thief—and the school is so busy with the election that he gets away with it every time. Luckily some of Lunch Lady's own culinary gadgets have eluded the crook, but will they be enough to catch this sticky-fingered bandit? And will Hector be able to pull off a victory? ( )
  michelleleister | Apr 15, 2013 |
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The race is on for a new student council president, and the Breakfast Bunch is rallying for Hector! The competition is already heavy, but the race heats up when school security is at stake: student and staff high-tech gadgets are disappearing left and right. Whoever the culprit is, this is one stealthy thief—and the school is so busy with the election that he gets away with it every time. Luckily some of Lunch Lady's own culinary gadgets have eluded the crook, but will they be enough to catch this sticky-fingered bandit? And will Hector be able to pull off a victory? 

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:27:52 -0400)

"Tech gadgets are disappearing left and right at school, and Lunch Lady must get to the bottom of it!"--

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