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In this clever holiday adventure that includes a bonus puzzle and activity section, the Bailey School Kids attempt to find out if the new pet store owner is really a Leprechaun.
In this Mermaid Tales adventure, Shelly's not sure she's ready to be royalty.Not one of the merkids in Shelly Siren's third grade class can believe the shell-shattering news: Shelly is a princess! A real princess! It's been a deep, dark secret in Trident City, but now everyone knows--and Shelly doesn't know how to act. Should she start wearing a glittery crown? Or move to a grand undersea palace? Will her friends have to call her Princess Shelly? She knows it's an exciting turn of events, but Shelly's not sure she can truly fit the royal part. Can she find a way to be a princess and stay herself?
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From the Book jacket: There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the beautiful singing track coach with long hair really be a magical mermaid? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! "Liza, you are nuttier than a pecan tree," Eddie said. He made a circling motion with his finger beside his head. "Eddie's right," Howie said. "Even if Coach Waterford is a mermaid, why would she want to control a hairy camp director like Mr. Jenkins?" "I told you," Liza said. "So she can keep her legs forever." "That's crazy!" Eddie said. "Coach Waterford isn't a mermaid and I can prove it tonight!" Other books about the Bailey School Kids are available from Bookshare.
There are some pretty weird grownups living in Bailey City. But could the swimming teacher at Camp Lone Wolf really be a sea monster? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! "Once people find out there's a monster lurking in Lake Erin, they'll want to see it," Howie said. "Listen to yourself," Eddie said. "You're talking like your brain is monster mush." Melody added, "Miss McFarland is not a sea monster." "How can you be so sure?" Liza squeaked. Melody patted Liza on the back. "Sea monsters don't play the bagpipes." "And they definitely don't scuba dive," Eddie added.
Bailey City has some weird grown-ups. It's the perfect place for spooky Hauntly Manor Inn. Could Dracula, a mad scientist, and Frankenstein's monster be living there?
Mrs. Claus Doesn't Climb Telephone Poles (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids Holiday Special #3)by Debbie Dadey Marcia Thornton Jones
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the jolly woman fixing the phone lines after a big blizzard really be Mrs. Claus? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! Melody giggled. Howie smiled. Eddie plopped down in the snow and laughed out loud. "I'm pretty sure Santa's wife has better things to do than fix telephone wires," Eddie said. "Eddie's right," Howie added. "The north pole is far away. Why would Mrs. Claus want to vacation in Bailey City?" "After all," Melody said, "Mrs. Claus doesn't climb telephone poles."
The Bailey School Kids have blasted off to space camp for a week of outer space learning and fun, but there's one catch. Their vampire teacher is going with them!
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could Jeepers, the third-grade teacher with green glowing fingernails and a mysterious green brooch, really turn into a vampire at her own party? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! "We're the batty ones for hanging around this creepy place," Howie said. "We should go home." "We can't," Melody said. "The storm is terrible, it'd be dangerous to go outside." "We can't go home," Liza said. "I'm worried about Mrs. Jeepers. We have to look for her." Eddie shook his head. "As far as I'm concerned, a missing teacher is the best kind of teacher. I say we get out of here while we can!"
Mrs. Jeepers takes the class to a geology park for a weekend camping trip. But some of the rocks on the site look suspiciously like monsters, and the staff is strangely rocklike. Could Mrs. Jeepers really bring a canyon full of rock monsters to life? Something strange is going on, and the Bailey School kids are going to find out what's hit this creepy park.
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But what happens when the kids get stranded on a creepy island with Mrs. Jeepers? Could the island really be full of vampires? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out. Liza looked absolutely green. So did most of the kids as the boat bounced higher and higher on the waves. The only person who seemed happy was Captain Bela. In fact, she seemed to really enjoy the salty water. She grinned and licked at the salt water that splattered her face. Howie gulped. He dropped his mop to the deck and pulled his friends away from Captain Bela. "I think we may have a problem," he told them. "There is one other liquid on Earth that resembles seawater. Blood." Melody gulped. Liza shivered. Eddie's eyes got big. "Do you mean Captain Bela may be one of Mrs. Jeepers' vampire friends?" Eddie asked.
The Bailey School kids investigate to see if Mrs. Jeepers is turning the town's kids into monsters during Halloween. Includes puzzles and activities.
Exploring the cave on Ruby Mountain sounds like a cool way to spend a few days in the summer until the kids find out their leader will be the battiest teacher of them all, Mrs. Jeepers! Will they every get out of the cave alive?
There are some pretty weird grownups living in Bailey City. But could the clumsy new softball coach who keeps wrapping up his injuries in bandages really be a mummy? The Bailey School kids are going to find out! Howie shook his head. "Coach Tuttle is clumsy, all right, but he is a normal man." "Yeah," Eddie agreed. "Mummies are dead guys wrapped in toilet paper. Coach Tuttle is definitely alive." "Maybe you're right," Melody said. "After all, mummies don't coach softball." Howie pulled on his softball glove. "Think about it, Liza. What would a mummy be doing in Bailey City?" "I have thought about it," Liza told them. "And I think I know the answer."
The new boy in Nina, Jeff, and Cassidy's class is strange! He's see-through. He floats above his chair. And he never seems to leave the classroom. Could the new boy be a new ghost? Nina and her friends are afraid to find out. And so are the other ghosts! Could this mean more fun for the class in the basement... or more haunting?
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the new baker who makes the best pumpkin pies really be a ninja in town to steal some valuable Japanese art? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! Liza put her hands on her hips. "Just because your encyclopedia had a picture of a ninja, it doesn't mean Mr. Yo is one." "That's right," Howie agreed. "He's just a baker." "A very good baker," Melody added. "I think it's a good idea to stay away from this baker," Liza said. "It was a little weird how he chopped up that pie. And if he is a ninja, he could be dangerous." Howie laughed. "Don't worry. Ninjas are a thing of the past. I'm pretty sure that ninjas don't live in Bailey City and I'm definitely sure that ninjas don't bake pumpkin pies."
The school board wants to tear down Sleepy Hollow Elementary, so that all the rumors about it being haunted can stop. But Jeff, Cassidy and Nina now they're not rumors and set out to save the only home that their ghostly friends have. Now all the have to do is come up with the Perfect Plan.
From the Book Jacket: There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the strange man who plays in the orchestra, wears a cape and always has one side of his face shaded really be a phantom haunting the opera? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! "I'm not talking about pretend phantoms," Melody snapped. "I'm talking about a real phantom. I saw him in the orchestra pit." "The only pit where you saw a real phantom is in the black hole of your brain," Eddie said with a laugh. Liza patted Melody's shoulder. "The boys are right," she told her friend. "Phantoms are made-up ghosts." "And they don't drive sports cars," Howie added.
There are some pretty weird grownups living in Bailey City. But could the boat instructor at Camp Lone Wolf really be a pirate searching for buried treasure? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! "I think he is a pirate," Howie said. Eddie laughed out loud. "Pirates lived a long time ago. There aren't any left today." "Besides, who ever heard of a pirate wearing pink sunglasses?" Melody said. "I don't know," Liza said. "Let's just go." "We can't." Howie shook his head. "We know too much, if this is a treasure map and Teach really is a pirate, we may be in a lot of danger!"
From The Book Jacket: Jack is confused. Why does he, Jack, the Wonder Dog, have to go to school? So he barks a bit too loud and doesn't always heel. But soon Jack is busy making new friends at school and trying to stay clear of the bully Doberman, Sweetcakes. What else is a wonder Dog to do except join in the fun?
The Barkley's School for Dogs will be marching in the town's 100th anniversary parade ... and so will another neighborhood canine school, Howl's Dog City. Jack and his friends are set on outshining their rivals. But having fun and getting along beats competition, paws down!
The local vet is hanging around Barkley School, and the dogs aren't too thrilled. Blondie thinks that the doc is there to see Fred--it's more than puppy love for those two humans! But when Tazz gets hurt, having a doctor nearby is the best thing for all the dogs at Barkley.
When Jack gets to school, he finds lots of puppies. Puppies are cute, but can be lots of trouble! One Puppy, Bubba, is hanging around Sweetcakes. Sweetcakes is teaching him her mean tricks. Looks like there will be trouble.
The story is about the four school kids who visit the Bailey City Zoo before Christmas and have fun.
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City, could the drama teacher directing the class play really be a robot? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out! The kids peeked around the door frame. Ms. Bott sat at a computer, typing so fast her fingers blurred. A cord ran from the back of the computer to a small box at her waist. The screen cast an eerie glow on her silver suit. Suddenly, the computer started beeping and a message flashed: warning: access denied. "What's she doing?" Liza whispered. "I think she's trying to hack into the school's computer system," Howie said softly. "Why would she do that?" Melody asked. "Because Roberta Bott is not a normal drama teacher," he said seriously. "She's a robot and she's trying to take over the school!"
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