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by Debbie Dadey

eBook Skeletons Dont Play Tubas ePub
Author: Debbie Dadey
Language: English
ISBN: 0606070869
ISBN13: 978-0606070867
Publisher: Demco Media (November 1, 1994)
Category: Humor
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 892
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ePub file: 1297 kb
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Skeletons Don't Play Tubas book.

Skeletons Don't Play Tubas book.

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Skeletons Don't Play Tubas Debbie Daddy and Marcia Jones Wouldn't it be scary to have a skeleton sitting behind you that you thought was alive?

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Skeletons Don't Play Tubas Debbie Daddy and Marcia Jones Wouldn't it be scary to have a skeleton sitting behind you that you thought was alive? You will find out that there are a lot of scary items that will make you scream. This book is about four kids that try and save their school from an evil skeleton, At least they think it's evil, read this book and find out what happens. I really like this book because of the action and the musical sounds. She comes up with a lot of great ideas that Eddie doesn't like.

by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey. Mr. Belgrave, the new band instructor, is teaching everyone even a skeleton to play intruments. Select Format: Hardcover. Format:Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780590481137. Release Date:November 1994. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read

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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. She received a Master's degree in 1987 from Georgetown College. 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.

DEBBIE DADEY and MARCIA THORNTON JONES came up with the idea for The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids when they both worked at a school in Lexington, Kentucky. Today Debbie and her family live in Fort Collins, Colorado. Marcia and her husband still live in Kentucky.

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The Bailey School kids are surprised when their weird band teacher comments that the classroom skeleton, Claude, can play music better than they can, and when everyone wonders who is playing the tuba, Eddie vows to find the truth.
Garne
Just as described. Quick shipping.
Skillet
kids liked it
Dawncrusher
Bought this for my 8 year old granson with other items - took the book upstairs to his room and read it in 2 days - he loved it
Domarivip
In "The Bailey School Kids: Skeletons Don't Play Tubas," our grade-school heroes come face-to-face with a most unusual band teacher, Mr. Belgrave. Mr. Belgrave is pale, tall, bald, and terribly thin, and immediately reminds our young heroes of a skeleton. Because of space constraints at the school, there is no available classroom to house the kids' new music class. They must attend music lessons in a storage closet, which, unfortunately, is also home to an old skeleton - a former science display. Mr. Belgrave names the skeleton Claude, and the kids soon begin to suspect that Claude is much more than an old exhibit. First, Liza notices Claude tapping his foot along to the music the kids play. Eddie then finds Claude's inanimate hands surprisingly warm, and comes to believe that Claude tapped him on the shoulder during class. Strange tuba music periodically floats through the school, and the kids are certain that Claude is the musician. The gang of juvenile ghost-busters are determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, and uncover the secret of the phantom musician once and for all.

This book, like all stories in the "Bailey School Kids" series, is a fun read for children aged seven to nine. The stories focus on the adventures of a group of elementary school kids and their teacher, Mrs. Jeepers, who the kids suspect of being a vampire. The stories are interesting mysteries that often don't have a typical, unambiguous resolution. Many times, both the reader and the kids themselves are left to wonder if the young investigators really faced a supernatural creature, or if they are victims of their own overactive imaginations. There are no big life lessons to be found in these stories. Still, our young heroes are entertaining, and the storyline of a vampire teacher and a rotating cast of supernatural colleagues will engage any young reader.
Micelhorav
Strange adults and odd happenings are becoming commonplace in and around Bailey Elementary. But could the new band teacher, Mr. Belgrave, REALLY be teaching his skeleton to play the tuba??
The Bailey Kids are back in this 11th installment of their adventures. After first glimpsing a very tall, extremely skinny bald man carrying a long box through the cemetery, the Bailey kids are a bit surprised to find out that he's their new band teacher! More surprised to learn that he's got a skeleton named Claude in his classroom! Is this isn't creepy enough, the low, howling sound of the tuba is heard now and then, but no one-including Mr. Belgrave-knows how to play it! Could it be his skeleton?? Other weird occurances happen as well, Liza is almost certain she saw Claude the skeleton tap his foot in time to the music! Is she seeing things, or is the skeleton ALIVE?
This series goes back and forth between the just plain fun to the downright creepy. While "Leprachauns Don't Play Basketball" was a fun holidayish romp, "Skeletons Don't..." was outright spooky. While it isn't necessary to begin with book #1 and work your way through all of the books, you may find that it's an addictive, fun series and an easy read.
Zodama
Skeletons Don't Play Tubas Debbie Daddy and Marcia Jones
Wouldn't it be scary to have a skeleton sitting behind you that you thought was alive? You will find out that there are a lot of scary items that will make you scream.
This book is about four kids that try and save their school from an evil skeleton, At least they think it's evil, read this book and find out what happens.
I really like this book because of the action and the musical sounds. My favorite character is Liza. She comes up with a lot of great ideas that Eddie doesn't like.
I think the author wrote this book to teach kids that caring about their school is the right thing to do especialy when there is a toy skeleton involved.
Brazil
I like Skeletons Don't Play Tubas because whenever Liza gets really scared her nose bleeds. The kids think that Mr.Belgrave teaches a skeleton how to play the tuba. My favorite character is Eddie because he always gets in trouble.I recommend this book for grades 1, 2, and 3 because it is a fun book to read and it is very funny.
I loved it,it's funny and scary and I like the drawing of the cover!!! My favorite character is Melody because she is smart and comes up with a lot of great ideas!!!!.I LOVE IT!!!!
My other favorites are "Hercules Does'nt Pull Teeth" and "Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots"!!!
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