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Hollywood is coming to Sleepy Hollow! A big-time director wants to film a movie about ghosts in the third-graders' basement classroom. Jeff can't wait to see how a real scary movie is made. He wants to help out with costumes, props, and special effects. But the classroom ghosts want to help out, too. And that could turn this horror flick into a horrible flop!
Could Mr. Stone the new bus driver be a Gargoyle? The Bailey School kids are going to find out.
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the cheerful guy with the gold earring really be a genie?
In this spooky new series from the creative team behind "The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids", Cassidy and Jeff discover there's a ghost class in the basement of their school.
The dogs at Barkley's School are spooked! Toys and treats are disappearing from the schoolyard-and a ghost may be the reason! Is Woodrow right about the legend of the ghost dog? Or is Sweetcakes making trouble once again? It's up to Jack and his friends to solve the mystery! Visit www.barkleyschool.com
It's Career Day and Andrew, the class bully, wants to be a rich and famous ghost hunter. Will the Ghostville ghosts be toast? Or will Andrew get himself slimed?
How did all those puddles get in the bathroom if not for ghosts? The Bailey School Kids find out!
From the book: "Aw, Grandma," Eddie whined. "Why do I have to go? Great-aunt Mathilda doesn't even like me." Eddie's grandmother sighed. "Because Mathilda is my sister, and families takes care of each other." "That old bat never did anything for us," Eddie mumbled. Eddie's grandmother thumped him on the head. "That's not the point! She's been by herself since Uncle Jasper died. Now she's sick and needs our help. All you have to do is take her meals to her. You and Howie can take her lunch on your way to the playground." Eddie pulled a baseball cap over his curly red hair and grabbed the dish off the kitchen counter. He didn't complain to his grandmother again, but he slammed the door extra hard on his way out." Would delivering meals lead to adventure?
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the mysterious man that the kids meet on a class trip really be the ghost of Coyote Pete, the roughest, toughest cowboy in the Wild West? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! Eddie shook his head and said, "That couldn't have been the real Coyote Pete." "Eddie's right," Melody said. "If that really was Coyote Pete, he would've been a ghost." "Well, he did look kind of pale," said Howie, "and he disappeared without a trace.' Liza gasped. "Do you mean this is a real ghost town being haunted by a real ghost?"
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the new worker at Burger Doodle with very pale skin and sad eyes really be a ghoul spying for a family of vampires?
This is a story about children going for snowboarding classes and having an adventure with a giant. They learn snowboarding and also have a lot of fun playing with snowballs.
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the new computer teacher really be the Master Goblin from Melody's video game? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! "What does all this goblin lore have to do with the noises we heard at school?" Howie asked. "I think our new computer teacher," Melody said seriously, "is the Master Goblin!" Eddie laughed. "If he's a goblin, I'll eat my broccoli for breakfast." Liza put her hand on Melody's shoulder. "Mr. Qoble is just a nice old man." Melody stomped her foot. "Mr. Qoble is the Master Goblin and if we don't watch out we'll all be sorry."
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It's a boys-versus-girls battle! Big bully Andrew is determined to prove that boys are better than girls -- after all, boys are cool and totally rule. But Cassidy and Nina know that he's wrong, since girls smell sweet and can't be beat. But when classroom ghosts join the competition, the rest of the school realizes that something's not right. A ghost fight? Not that scary! The competition is on -- may the best ghoul win!
From the book jacket: Bailey City is full of some pretty weird grown-ups. It is the perfect place for the spooky Hauntly Manor Inn. Could Kilmer's great-grandfather Franklin really be a ghost? Check out who's visiting the Hauntly Manor Inn. "I have a strange feeling about Kilmer's great-grandfather," Jane said. She paused to make sure no one else was around. Jane took a deep breath and told them, "I think Franklin is a ghost." Ben laughed. "You're nuts," he said. Jane stomped her foot. "I am not. You're the one that said he was on the Titanic. I think he died on the Titanic and became a ghost. That's what he meant when he said his life began the day the Titanic sank." Annie patted Jane on the back. "Kilmer's great-grandfather is old," Annie said, "but that doesn't make him a ghost."
It's Nina's birthday and she's going to have the best birthday party ever. But someone or something is trying to scare Nina and her party guests. Did one of the classroom ghosts follow her home? Or is Nina's birthday party being haunted by something much scarier than a Ghostville ghost? Nina and her friends can't be sure. But they know one thing: It's time to bust these birthday bashers - once and for all!
Welcome to fright night! Mr. Morton's third graders have invited family and friends to visit their classroom. Cassidy, Jeff, and Nina are all set to turn the school basement into a haunted house for the festival. The problem is... the basement is already haunted! And these ghosts don't like visitors! Can Cassidy and her classmates stop the ghosts before they crash the party? Or will their parents find out that the school is haunted... for real?
It's a howling good time when the Hauntly clan throws a Monster Birthday Bash for Hilda! This super special edition invites readers to join in the fun with puzzles, exciting activities, and cool monster recipes!
There are some pretty weird grown-ups in Bailey City. But could the dentist who has extra-large muscles and talks of being Champion of the World really be Hercules?
This book has as many surprises as there are presents under a Christmas tree including a zombie, a lost dog, Christmas slime, a brave, generous camel, a soldier and the family who miss him, Christmas carols, mice caught snitching tinsel from the Christmas tree, and lots of candles and fun. These are short holiday stories and poems to read again and again
Cassidy feels left out. She can't run or kick or swing a bat nearly as well as her friends, Jeff and Nina. Field Day is going to be a nightmare! And to make matters worse, Cassidy finds a creepy old doll in the school basement. She tries to hide it away, but it keeps coming back to haunt her. Even the classroom ghosts are scared boo-less! That's when Cassidy realizes that even though she can't catch a ball, she is really good at something -- getting rid of ghosts! Ready or not, here she comes!
From the Book Jacket: Bailey City is full of some pretty weird grown-ups. It is the perfect place for the spooky Hauntly Manor Inn. Could a werewolf visiting from Transylvania be staying there? Check out who's visiting the Hauntly Manor Inn. "There's only one thing that howls like that," Jane whispered. "A wolf!" Annie gasped. Ben laughed out loud. "There aren't wolves in Bailey City," he told her. Jane shook her head, "This is no ordinary wolf," she said. "He's a werewolf. And his name is Fang!"
Kilmer Hauntly, who looks a lot like Frankenstein, is excited about the Bailey City Best Pet contest. His mysterious pet is unlike any creature the town has ever seen.
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the new piano teacher who lives in a castle and wears a full suit of armor really be a knight planning to take over Bailey City? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! "Hundreds of years ago Lancelot was a knight in King Arthur's Camelot," Eddie said. "This is today in Bailey City. Not Camelot," Melody said with her hands on her hips. "Besides," Liza said with a giggle, "I'm pretty sure knights didn't play 'Chopsticks' in Camelot." Howie smiled. "Liza's right. Knights had sword fights and rode big horses." "And they definitely don't teach piano in Bailey City," Melody added.
The visiting teacher, was short, dressed in a red jump suit, and carrying a small pouch of gems on his waist. And he was not quite right. The kids at Bailey School think he might be a Leprechaun. And why does Mrs. Jeepers dislike the leprechauns so much. Can the kids solve this mystery in time?
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