Bella Baxter Inn Trouble, Volume 1

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Simon and Schuster, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 69 pages
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Plaster! Paint! Wallpaper! A skunk!

A skunk?! Bella Baxter can't believe her nose. Her parents new dream inn is a disaster! The place is a wreck, her mom and dad are losing their minds, and guests are arriving in a week!

But Bella is one smart cookie -- she knows just where to go for help. When she gets there, she finds more than she imagined. But it's going to take brains, luck, and lots of elbow grease to get the stinky Sea Inn smelling like a rose in time.

 

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2nd grade reader, series book. Funny in many places. 7-year old Bella Baxter and her parents have just moved into a down at the heels bed and breakfast and they're trying to get it renovated before ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
12
Section 3
37
Section 4
60
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About the author (2005)

Jane Mason is no super hero, but having three kids sometimes makes her wish she had superpowers. Jane has written children s books for more than fifteen years and hopes to continue doing so for fifty more. She makes her home in Oakland, California, with her husband, three children, their dog, and a gecko. Her boys are begging for a pet cheetah, but Jane is holding firm.

Sarah Hines Stephens has authored more than 60 books for children, and written about all kinds of characters, from Jedi to princesses. Though she has some stellar red boots, she is still holding out for an invisible plane and thinks a Lasso of Truth could come in handy parenting her two wonder kids. When she is not writing, gardening, or saving the world by teaching about recycling, Sarah enjoys spending time with her heroic husband and super friends.

John Shelly was born in Birmingham, England, and moved to Tokyo as an adult. He has illustrated a number of English and Japanese titles.

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