Bailey School Kids Books 5-10

The Bailey School Kids series by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thorton Jones

A/N: Because of the length of the series, there will be ongoing mini summaries of the books.

Books 5-10 Summaries:

Ghosts Don’t Eat Potato Chips (5)

Eddy’s deceased uncle may be leaving clues from beyond the grave to help out his surviving wife make ends meet.

Frankenstein Doesn’t Plant Petunias (6)

Mrs. Jeepers takes the class to a science museum whose caretaker looks an awful lot like he’s been stitched together, is afraid of fire, and the owner of the museum’s name is Dr. Victor.

Aliens Don’t Wear Braces (7)

New substitute art teacher is obsessed with bright colors because they don’t have these colors where she is from, as well as freaking out at the sight of blood, questioning “What is that red stuff?”

Genies Don’t Ride Bicycles (8)

The kids find an old bottle and when they open it, a foul smelling smoke comes out. Over the following days, they encounter a new resident, Eugene, and each time they wish for something it comes true.

Pirates Don’t Wear Pink Sunglasses (9)

The kids are back at Camp Lone Wolf this time to train for a rowing contest. Their professional instructor, Mr. Teach, who has spent his life at sea, becomes very suspicious when the kids find a treasure map in his sunglasses case.

Witches Don’t Do Backflips (10)

All the children have been signed up for gymnastics lessons. Their teacher has some suspicious quirks: created a beautiful gingerbread house that attracts kids, has an eerily old looking “family cookbook,” and when she speaks in rhyme, the rhymes come true.

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