by Irene Andrighetti Dietz
Clariss is a great housekeeper. You can count on her to keep everything clean. There is not a speck of dust to be seen when Clariss is on the job! Clariss does have one problem, though: When she cleans things, she moves them – and does not put them back! This makes Mrs. Tuppence, the elderly lady she works for, very upset. Nothing is ever where she expects it to be. Will Clariss ever learn how important it is to put everything in its place? Mrs. Tuppence certainly hopes so!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Irene Andrighetti Dietz, a retired licensed school secretary for the New York City Board of Education, is a wife, a mother, and a grandmother. Her husband of forty-four years is James Dietz. She reveals that her love of children and her sense of humor are the reasons she enjoys writing for children and, when she reads her original stories to them, the enthusiasm they show and the happiness expressed on their faces are all the thanks she needs. She also enjoys writing poetry and is a member of the Famous Poets Society and the International Society of Poets.
(2006, paperback, 32 pages)