Mrs. Jeepers' Secret Cave

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Scholastic Incorporated, 1998 - Caves - 115 pages
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At Ruby Mountain, the Bailey School Kids and Mrs. Jeepers explore caverns filled with stalagmites, stalctites, bats, and skeltons.

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Hi Debbie dadey I love your books you should make more my favorite book is. unicorns don't give sleigh rides.It was really good.

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Bailey's books are very intrusting when my friend 'Mahika' was reading it i thought what is special in that book like so intrusting then i said to her please give me once i also want to see what is there in it ? Then i saw that it was very very intrusting from that time i started reading bailey's books.they are very intrusting buy it! 


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Debbie Dadey is an award-winning children's book author who has written more than 140 books. She is best known for her series The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, written with Marcia Thornton Jones. Debbie lives with her husband, three children, and three dogs in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

MARCIA THORNTON JONES enjoys reading more than anything else. As a teacher, her favorite part of the school day was sharing books with her students. It was that love of reading that drew her to writing. She wanted to write the same kinds of stories that she and her students enjoyed reading. One afternoon she mentioned to the school librarian that she'd always had an interest in writing. The librarian, Debbie Dadey, shared a common desire to write stories that would encourage reading skills while promoting a true joy of reading. The next afternoon, Marcia and Debbie met while their students were at lunch and began writing. That story, Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots, became the first book in their bestselling series, The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids.
Marcia lives in Lexington, Kentucky with her husband, Stephen, and their two cats.

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