Trolls Do Not Ride Roller Coasters

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Scholastic India Pvt Limited, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 68 pages
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The hugely popular early chapter book series re-emerges with a new look! Brand-new eye-catching cover art brings a modern feel to this classic monster series for young readers.

It's springtime and the carnival is making its annual visit to Bailey City. Amidst the people working at the fair is a strange, stout woman with crazy red hair. The more the kids learn about this woman -- she hates loud noises, says trolls are her friends, can't stand the sun, and is always around when rides stop working -- the more certain they are that this woman is an evil troll who is there to ruin their carnival. Can the kids trick this troll into doing a good deed, thereby transforming her into a good troll, before she ruins everything?

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User Review  - benuathanasia - LibraryThing

A silly series that creates more questions than it answers. It's great for formulating theories as well as predictions. The class dynamics should be very familiar to those of the Magic School Bus generation. Read full review

Review: Trolls Don't Ride Roller Coasters (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids #35)

User Review  - Sam - Goodreads

Another favourite series of mine as a kid. Even then though they can be quite repetitive. Each book has some kind of 'monster' that the kids must investigate. A little bit of mystery makes for an entertaining book. Read full review

About the author (1999)

DEBBIE DADEY and MARCIA THORNTON JONES came up with the idea for The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids when they both worked at a school in Lexington, Kentucky. Today Debbie and her family live in Fort Collins, Colorado. Marcia and her husband still live in Kentucky.

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