The Magic School Bus Going Batty: A Book about Bats

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Scholastic Inc., 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The class is learning about nocturnal animals--creatures of the night. But Ralphie decides Ms. Frizzle is a vampire, and he's driving the rest of the class batty. That's when the Magic School Bus grows wings and flies into an old castle. If they hang around bats for a while, will they find out the truth about Ms. Frizzle?
 

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User Review  - bekeelen - LibraryThing

Mrs. Frizzle was having a parents meeting and the children were setting up ad no one could find Mrs. Frizzle. When the parents showed up so did Mrs. Frizzle who took the parents out to a scary house ... Read full review

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User Review  - elizabethguiver - LibraryThing

This is a great and fun book for young children! The Magic School Bus books are always great for lessons and activities within the classroom. The book is a cute book about bats, great for any science lesson. Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Author Joanna Cole and illustrator Bruce Degen make learning a spirited joyride, delighting young audiences with their fantastic journeys to the eye of a hurricane, the bottom of the ocean, and the center of the earth, to name just a few. Author and illustrator have said they were each inspired by an important teacher in their classroom days - very much like Ms. Frizzle! There are now more than 58 million Magic School Bus books in print, in a variety of formats, plus a wildly successful animated television series. Called "a can't-miss team" by School Library Journal, Cole and Degen live in Florida and Connecticut, respectively. For more information about Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen, visit: scholastic.com/magicschoolbus/books/authors

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