- By Debbie Dadey Marcia Thornton Jones

Frankenstein Doesn't Start Food Fights

  • Title: Frankenstein Doesn't Start Food Fights
  • Author: Debbie Dadey Marcia Thornton Jones
  • ISBN: 9780439559997
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Frankenstein Doesn t Start Food Fights Watch out Baliey City Frankenstein is back in town A clever new adventure in the best selling and beloved series about a town where the grown ups are than a little weird There are some pretty weird gr

    Watch out Baliey City Frankenstein is back in town A clever new adventure in the best selling and beloved series about a town where the grown ups are than a little weird.There are some pretty weird grown ups living in Bailey City But could Frank a large man with a green complexion and a huge purple scar really be Frankenstein s monster The Bailey School Kids areWatch out Baliey City Frankenstein is back in town A clever new adventure in the best selling and beloved series about a town where the grown ups are than a little weird.There are some pretty weird grown ups living in Bailey City But could Frank a large man with a green complexion and a huge purple scar really be Frankenstein s monster The Bailey School Kids are going to find out

    1 thought on “Frankenstein Doesn't Start Food Fights

    1. The collection of "The adventures of the Bailey School Kids" stories are among my all-time favorite children's books. Witty, mischievous and fun, these short and silly books continue to bring giggles to the young and old. Just as I have enjoyed them as a kid, my own children also love them today. I even catch myself re-reading them (alone) from time to time. What can I say? I guess I'll always be a BSK kid at heart.

    2. The Bailey School Kids is a best-selling children's book series by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey. Its main characters are a group of four children (Eddie, Howie, Liza, Melody) who suspect some persons in the stories are popular folk lore or fairy tale characters. They are appealing because they mix a familiar story in with this group of kids. Mid-grammar school

    3. I enjoyed reading this book. It was amusing to see how wild the kids imaginations were. The main characters seemed like really close friends. They also tended to make completely outrageous statements which made the book interesting.

    4. Frank's back! he had a cookie making machine. Eddie thought they were GROSS. they were healthy cookies. they had a food fight.

    5. My students and I learned that our overactive imaginations and stereotypes can mislead us to make false judements about others.

    6. This book has a lot of funny moments. There are some parts in this book were if you reading in your head you would start laughing out loud

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