Les monstres ne font pas de plongée sous-marine

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Éditions Scholastic, 1995 - 80 pages
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The Bailey School kids go to camp to investigate a camp director who looks like a werewolf and a swimming teacher who just might be the Loch Ness monster.

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Contents

Les vacances
1
Trop froid pour se baigner
8
Sains et saufs au Camp du
14
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Debbie Dadey was born on May 18, 1959 in Kentucky. Prior to pursuing a full-time writing career, she was head librarian at an elementary school. She is known for co-authoring the Adventures of the Bailey School Kids series. Her co-author Marcia Thornton Jones was a teacher at the same elementary school when they started writing together. The first title they wrote together was Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots and from this emerged The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids series. Even though they no longer live near each other they are still collaborating on titles. They are also authors of several series including The Triplet Trouble series, the Bailey City Monsters series, and Keyholders series.

Marcia Thornton Jones was born in Joliet, Illinois on July 15, 1958. After graduating with high distinction from the University of Kentucky, she became an elementary-school teacher. She received a Master's degree in 1987 from Georgetown College. She is known for co-authoring the Adventures of the Bailey School Kids series. Her co-author Debbie Dadey was the head librarian at the same elementary school when they started writing together. The first title they wrote together was Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots and from this emerged The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids series. Even though they no longer live near each other they are still collaborating on titles. They are also authors of several series including The Triplet Trouble series, the Bailey City Monsters series, and Keyholders series.

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