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Mrs. Craig is a teacher who appears in Diary of a Wimpy Kid and The Last Straw. Her role is partially replaced by Ms. Jordan in the online book, though she still appears as a recess monitor.

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid[]

Mrs. Craig catches Greg and Rowley in the back of the school with a personal music player during recess. She misinterprets the situation and takes it away before claiming that rock and roll is "evil" and will ruin their brains. Before she can let them go, Rowley breaks down in tears. [1]

It is unknown whether the music player was returned to them or not.

The Last Straw[]

Mrs. Craig believes that someone has “stolen” the dictionary that usually sits on her desk and says that she will keep everyone inside for recess until it is returned, promising that there would be no consequences and no questions asked if the "culprit" returned the dictionary to her desk.

She keeps her word and forces the class to stay inside for recess over the next three days, leaving Patty Farrell in charge every time she leaves the classroom. After Greg and some other kids discover that Alex Aruda has been borrowing the dictionary the entire time, a boy named Corey Lamb takes it and goes to return it to her desk but is caught by Mrs. Craig, who walks back into the room at that moment. She reneges on her "no consequences" promise and keeps Corey inside for recess for the next three weeks. Despite not liking Mrs. Craig's decision, Greg decided not to protest this decision out of fear of also being kept inside for supporting him but said that Alex will keep Corey company.

Online[]

Mrs. Craig reprises her role as a recess monitor who catches Greg and Rowley with a Walkman. [2] However, her role as an English teacher is filled by another teacher named Ms. Jordan who appears nearly identical to her.

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