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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 swimming instructor at Camp Lone Wolf Nessie McFarland is anything but normal And when she's in her scuba gear Nessie's skinny black body long neck and little head remind the kids of the great legend of Lock Ness But Nessie can't really be a monster could she?

10 thoughts on “Monsters Don't Scuba Dive The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids #14

  1. says:

    Cute and funny I think my 9 year old niece will enjoy it

  2. says:

    It just seems like these kids get an idea that someone is some sort of monster they want to stop it before it hurts anyonethen they realize that that personmonster isn't so bad so they leave it be Which is what happened again in this oneHowie decides that Miss McFarland is pretty much the Loch Ness monster especially since her name is Nessie they want to expose hershe saves their lives and Eddie's life not once but twice and they decide she should live in peace if she is a monster She wasn't hurting anyone to begin with she was just sharing her love and knowledge of the waters with these peopleI do hope she stays at the camp though And it would be pretty awesome if the Loch Ness Monster could turn into a human

  3. says:

    This is a chapter book about a mysterious monster lurking the lake of a campground The story is exciting and engaging following a group of pre teen kids through their time at camp I would recommend this for 3rd or 4th grade readers

  4. says:

    Another interesting adventurous tale The kids are back at Camp Lone Wolf As usual the camp has a new instructor with some monster like ualities that meet the camp’s hiring reuirements The instructor in uestion is teaching the campers how to scuba dive Due to her unusual behavior and Scottish background the kids suspect her of being the Loch Ness monsterThis book can get a little confusing The mystery at times is whether or not the camp’s lake is home to a Loch Ness type monster and at other times it is whether the instructor herself is this monster This ends up being confusing than mysterious

  5. says:

    This is the fourteenth book in the The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids series We've only read a couple of them so far but our oldest really likes them It's in the middle so we get the feeling that we're missing out on some of the background history of the kids But it's a fun story and we are looking forward to reading books in this series

  6. says:

    The summary of this book is The Baliey school kids are on their vacation and they go to Camp Lne Wolfwhere they think their swmiming coach is a monsterand they want to catch it and tell it to the worldbut in the end they learned monster should not be bothered so they left it a lone and told the reportes their are no monstersIwould recomened this book if you like funny exciting and and mysteirous books

  7. 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

  8. says:

    The Bailey School Kids is a best selling children's book series by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey Its main characters are a group of four children Eddie Howie Liza Melody who suspect some persons in the stories are popular folk lore or fairy tale characters They are appealing because they mix a familiar story in with this group of kids Mid grammar school

  9. says:

    25 stars Cute but kind of simplistic with barely a plot Aidan picked it because of the sea monster angle He liked it but I don't know that it inspired him to pick up any in Bailey School Kids series A uick read with nice short fast chapters Okay probably best for early readers in grades 1 3

  10. says:

    A silly series that creates uestions than it answers It's great for formulating theories as well as predictions The class dynamics should be very familiar to those of the Magic School Bus generation