[Epub] ➞ Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, #2) By Debbie Dadey – Saudionline.co.uk

Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, #2) chapter 1 Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, #2), meaning Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, #2), genre Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, #2), book cover Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, #2), flies Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, #2), Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, #2) e568d0c692159 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 The New Director At Camp Lone Wolf Seems Like A Nice Guy But When The Kids Learn The Legend Of A Local Boy Who Disappeared And The Wolf That Prowls The Campgrounds Howling In The Night, They Start To Wonder If Camp Lone Wolf Is Than Just A Name Mr Jenkins Is Covered In Hair, Eats His Meat Almost Raw, And Has An Obsession With Wolves But Could He Really Be A Werewolf


10 thoughts on “Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, #2)

  1. says:

    I m rating these based on my enjoyment of the series as a child.


  2. says:

    Some things wear off as you get older You outgrow them or start to think they re lame, not funny, etc This series is not one of those things I m 22 and the same things that made me laugh when I was 8 still make me laugh now All of these kids are so doggone cute too The writing is simple and to the point, without any words that a child would be confused by, and the chapters are long enough for a child to feel encouraged by reading a big kid book, but short enough that they won t be overwhelmed Not to mention in the paperback, the font is large, well spaced out, and easy for a child to follow I would definitely recommend it for any child who s ready to start reading chartered books on their own, or any parent who wants to start introducing intermediate children to their early reader at story time It d be especially great for summer reading between 1st and 2nd or 2nd and 3rd grade.I loved this series when I was 8 I love this series when I m 22 I ll love this series when I m 82.


  3. says:

    J asked me if I m hooked on this series now that I ve started reading it and I have to say yes, I definitely am No shame It s a series that takes me back to the good ol days of how children s books used to be a quick story, crisp writing, great illustrations, and a fun plot.The first book Vampires Don t Wear Polka Dots was a great start to the series and Werewolves Don t Go to Summer Camp is no exception It s fast, light, entertaining, and I gotta say it cute There were a couple of things that nagged me this time around like some character inconsistencies, but as an early chapter book, I think those instances came be forgiven Overall, a great addition to the series FINAL VERDICT 4 1 2 stars


  4. says:

    Summer read with the kiddo I loved these books when I was little Ashton seems to enjoys them also


  5. says:

    I didn t like this book because I don t like werewolves I also didn t like this book because I didn t like the part when Mr Jenkins turned into a werewolf.


  6. says:

    The collection of The adventures of the Bailey School Kids stories are among my all time favorite children s books Witty, mischievous and fun, these short and silly books continue to bring giggles to the young and old Just as I have enjoyed them as a kid, my own children also love them today I even catch myself re reading them alone from time to time What can I say I guess I ll always be a BSK kid at heart.


  7. says:

    I picked up a bunch of these at a library book sale because I loved them as a child they were spooky and I wanted to revisit a throwback Turns out, it s kind of awkward reading a book about stereotypes as an adult, and even awkward were the small hints of fat shaming.


  8. says:

    They think mr Jenkin s a werewolf Mr Jenkins ate a spider Misltoe and Wolfbane makes Mr Henkins look like a pussy cat.


  9. says:

    I don t remember much about this series, only that I really enjoyed them It was a fun story for young readers and the writing style was great.


  10. says:

    I liked this one for a bit I mean, it s written nicely, it read smoothly, but there were just some things that bothered me.One thing I was like, awe these kids are good friends when Melody was comforting Liza saying she would make the whole camp look for her if she got lost BUT after that, she was just a rude little twat, because Liza was nervous, feeling sick, scared Everyone was just a little mean to her, and I thought that was unfair.But then again their kids, but still.There was another time when the kids dared Eddie to prove he wasn t a scaredy cat, is this going to happen in every book And lastly, WOLF S BANE Are you kidding me Wolf s Bane is extremely poisonous, not just to ingest, but to even brush against it is pretty much a guarantee death, why on earth are these kids going to look for Wolf s Bane AND THEY FIND IT You have got to be kidding me.


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