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By: Debbie Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones

Publication Order of Bailey City Monsters Super Special Books

By: Debbie Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones

Publication Order of Adventures of the Bailey School Kids Super Special Books

By: Debbie Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones

Publication Order of Bailey City Monsters Books

By: Marcia Thornton Jones, Debbie Dadey

Publication Order of Adventures of the Bailey School Kids Special Books

By: Debbie Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones

Publication Order of The Bailey School Kids Jr. Chapter Books Books

By: Marcia Thornton Jones, Debbie Dadey

Publication Order of Bailey City Monsters Super Special Books

By: Debbie Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones

Adventures of Bailey School Children are set of best-selling children book chapter series. The novels in the series have been co-authored by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Jones. The original book&#;s illustrator is John Steven Gurney. In the s, several of the books were reissued with cover illustrations made by Nathan Hale.

In each of the published stories, the Bailey School kids encounter some innocuous character such as a teacher, custodian, etc. who may not or may be a mythical being like a ghost, vampire or even a dragon. The books are told in such a manner that the reader is left guessing whether the harmless character is the mythical being or not.

The series consist of more than 80 books including Holiday Special Editions, Super Special, and the new BSK Jr chapter book series. The first book in the series Vampires Don’t Wear Polka Dots was released in

Here is a description of several main characters:

Liza- a scared and very sensitive character, who only resorts to methods that will not get others getting hurt even if they are supernatural’s. She is a firm believer in fairy tales and cannot swim.

Melody- is a close friend of Liza and she is the bravest of the group. Furthermore, she is highly competitive with Eddie.

Howard- she is a close friend to Liza, Eddie, and Melody, he is intelligent and very logical. His father works for the Federal Aeronautics Technology (FATS). He is in a friend group type of thing with Melody, Liza, and Eddie.

Eddie is the tough guy in the group. In most cases, he is making fun of his friends in the event they see a monster and tries to prove them wrong.

The Recurring Characters

You will find several recurring characters such as;

Mr. Jenkins- Counselor of Camp Lone Wolf, in most cases people think that he is a werewolf. He is a mean and tough but sometimes has a soft side towards nature. He has two famous cousins, one who ran for president and one that dances the hula.

Dr. Victor is a brilliant scientist who resides in Bailey City. People tend to think that he is related to Dr. Frankenstein leading them to believe that Frank, his companion is indeed a Frankenstein’s monster. During his first appearance, he gets into an argument with Frank, leading them to separate, but they soon get along. Additionally, people tend to believe that he was involved in the creation of Frankenstein Bride.

Carey- is the famous rich school girl at Bailey Elementary. Even though at first she comes off as spoiled kid, she cares about the happenings of her surroundings more so about Mrs. Jeepers being a vampire. However, she does not have a crush on anyone.

The first novel in the series is Vampire Don’t Wear Polka Dots, published in The second Werewolves Don’t go to Summer Camp was released a year later in

Vampires Do Not Wear Polka Dots ()

This is the first novels in the bestselling children books series. When four unlike friends and their rowdy third grades run their good teacher right out of the school, the last thing that they expected is to have a vampire assume the teacher&#;s position.

But that is what our set of four troublemakers get with Mrs. Jeepers, a kind lady from Transylvanian who speaks in an ancient Romanian accent lives in the weirdest house in the city, sneezes when in contact with garlic and also shows all symptoms of vampirism. Could she be a vampire? However vampires do not wear polka dots, right?

However, that is upon the readers to answer. The series opener is an interesting read, and if you are looking for a novel that answers each question, where each clue is vividly explained, and then you better grab a copy of this book. The series is mainly written for the children transitioning from the picture to chapter books.

Some of the questions answered vividly include; what signs point out that Mrs. Jeepers is a vampire? Well, she keeps a coffin shape box in her basement, she is allergic to garlic and wears a hypnotic brooch on her neck. However, what signs show that Mrs. Jeepers could be a normal human being? Well, vampires don’t walk around in the sun.

The first book, Vampire Don’t Walk in the Sun was written in only two weeks by Debbie, a librarian, and Marcia Jones, a teacher. The book is a fantastic read, and the other books in the series follow the same pathway with the kids meeting someone new, believing that they might be supernatural, mythical being and gathering evidence to prove it to themselves.

Werewolves Don’t Go to Summer Camp

This is book number two in the series. The kids are on a summer vacation in Camp Lone Wolf. They meet Mr. Jenkins, their camp director who’s hairy as a wolf and wears dog tags. He seems a good guy until the kids learn of the legend of a boy who disappeared and the wolf that comes around howling in the night. Could Mr. Jenkins be a wolf? But if yes, wolves don’t go to summer camps. As usual, the kids dive in to gather all the possible evidence to prove whether Mr. Jenkins is truly a wolf.

Santa Claus Don’t Mop Floors

The third novel revolves on a school janitor who resembles a Santa Claus. The book also focuses on the topic of believing &#; not believing in Christmas and Santa’s.

The new custodian at the School is one of a kind. The children soon become suspicious that he might be one of the usual mythical beings they have encountered before. Mr. Jolly, white beard hair, and longings for cold temperatures remind them of the great St. Nick. Could this strange man be Santa Claus? As usual, the Bailey School children begin gathering evidence, on whether Mr. Jolly could be a Santa Clause, but if yes, Santa Clause doesn&#;t mop floors.

This series is a fantastic read for children. The characters are vividly elaborated. However what you will love most are the investigative traits the kids possess as it is illustrated in each single novel.

Book Series In Order » Characters »

The Adventure of the Bailey School Kids Megapack [Ten Book Set]

Ten Book set of the popular Bailey School Kids, includes:
- Gremlins Don't Chew Bubble Gum
- Werewolves Don't Go to Summer Camp
- Zombies Don't Play Soccer
- Leprechuauns Don't Play Basketball
- Wizards Don't Need Computers
- Pirates Don't Wear Pink Sunglasses
- Witches Don't Do Backflips
- Aliens Don't Wear Braces
- Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots
- Ghosts Don't Eat Potato ChipsTen Book set of the popular Bailey School Kids, includes:
- Gremlins Don't Chew Bubble Gum
- Werewolves Don't Go to Summer Camp
- Zombies Don't Play Soccer
- Leprechuauns Don't Play Basketball
- Wizards Don't Need Computers
- Pirates Don't Wear Pink Sunglasses
- Witches Don't Do Backflips
- Aliens Don't Wear Braces
- Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots
- Ghosts Don't Eat Potato Chipsmore


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Marcia Thornton Jones is the author of more than books including RATFINK, CHAMP, GODZILLA ATE MY HOMEWORK LEPRECHAUN ON THE LOOSE, and THE TALE OF JACK FROST. She is the co-author of the writing guide, STORY SPARKERS, and seven best-selling children's series including "Keyholders", "The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids", "Bailey City Monsters", "The Bailey School Kids Junior Chapter Books", "Ghostville Elementary", "Trplet Trouble", and "The Barkley School for Dogs." Her books have been honored and recognized by The Children's Top Books, Children's Choice Award List, Publisher's Weekly Bestsellers list, The Elementary Library Book Award (ELBA), the Humane Society KIND Honor Book list. She is a proud recipient of the Milner Award and is listed as a top author by the Educational Paperback Association.

Besides writing, Marcia enjoys presenting at schools and conferences. As a veteran teacher with 25 years of experience, she easily relates the importance of writing and reading to students of all ages.

Marcia was born in Joliet, IL but has spent most of her life in Lexington, KY. She currently lives in Lexington with her husband, Stephen, and their two cats. To find out more about Marcia, visit her web site at

Read more on Amazon's Marcia Thornton Jones page
Bailey School Kids Series---Anyone else read these?

Bailey School Kids

The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids
AuthorMarcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey
IllustratorJohn Steven Gurney
Cover artistJohn Steven Gurney
Genreadventure, fiction
No. of booksmore than 80 books

The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids (or, simply, The Bailey School Kids) is a supernatural children's book series. The books in the series are co-authored by Marcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey. John Steven Gurney is the original illustrator of the series (covers and interior illustrations) and originated the appearance of the characters. During the early s some of the books were reissued with cover illustrations by Nathan Hale.

In each story, the Bailey School kids encounter a relatively innocuous character (such as a school teacher, custodian, etc.) who may or may not be a mythical being (e.g. a vampire, werewolf, dragon, etc.). The reader is left guessing whether the innocuous character is said mythical being or not.

There are more than 80 books in the series, including Super Specials, Holiday Special Editions, the BSK "Jr" chapter books series, and the spin-off Bailey City Monsters series for grades The first novel, Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots, was published in [1]

Main characters[edit]

  • Howie: A friend of Liza, Melody, and Eddie, is very logical and intelligent. His dad works for FATS (Federal Aeronautics Technology Station).
  • Melody: A close friend of Liza. She is the bravest of the group in most situations. She is also very competitive with Eddie, and tends to act protective of Liza.
  • Liza: Liza is very scared and sensitive. Usually, she does not want to resort to methods that will result in others being hurt, even if they are a monster. She always believes in fairy tales and she cannot swim.
  • Eddie: Eddie is a tough person of the group. He always makes fun of his friends when they tell that they have seen monsters and continuously attempts to prove them wrong, which leads him into many unfortunate or embarassing situations.

Recurring characters[edit]

  • Mrs. Jeepers: Mrs. Jeepers is the group's teacher, and some of them think she is a vampiress. Other teachers before her quit because of their class but Mrs. Jeepers is the only one who can keep them under control due to their fear of her. Her family is from Transylvania and she has a coffin-like box in her basement. Despite her bizarre family and unusual behavior, it is never known if she really is a vampiress; in general, she does her job as a teacher well. She appears in all the Super Special editions.
  • Mr. Jenkins: Mr. Jenkins is the camp counselor of Camp Lone Wolf, and some think he is a werewolf. Like Mrs. Jeepers, it is never known if he really is a werewolf. He comes off as a mean and tough man, but is sometimes shown to have a soft side, especially towards nature. He has two known cousins, one that dances hula, and one who ran for president. He is a tall and hairy man who wears torn clothes and a dog collar, has pointy ears, and often demonstrates his characteristic howl.
  • Dr. Victor: A brilliant scientist residing in Bailey City. Some people think he is, or may be related to the original Dr. Victor Frankenstein, leading them to believe his companion, Frank, is really Frankenstein's monster. After his first appearance, he argues with Frank, prompting the two of them to separate, but they make up later on. It is believed that he was directly responsible for the creation of "Frankenstein's Bride".
  • Carey: Carey is the popular, rich girl at Bailey Elementary. Although she comes off as a spoiled brat, she tends to care about what is going on around her, especially when it comes to Mrs. Jeepers being a "vampiress". Eddie likes to scare Carey by pulling pranks on her.

List of books[edit]

The Adventures Of The Bailey School Kids[edit]

  1. Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots
  2. Werewolves Don't Go To Summer Camp
  3. Santa Claus Doesn't Mop Floors
  4. Leprechauns Don't Play Basketball
  5. Ghosts Don't Eat Potato Chips
  6. Frankenstein Doesn't Plant Petunias
  7. Aliens Don't Wear Braces
  8. Genies Don't Ride Bicycles
  9. Pirates Don't Wear Pink Sunglasses
  10. Witches Don't Do Backflips
  11. Skeletons Don't Play Tubas
  12. Cupid Doesn't Flip Hamburgers
  13. Gremlins Don't Chew Bubble Gum
  14. Monsters Don't Scuba Dive
  15. Zombies Don't Play Soccer
  16. Dracula Doesn't Drink Lemonade
  17. Elves Don't Wear Hard Hats
  18. Martians Don't Take Temperatures
  19. Gargoyles Don't Drive School Buses
  20. Wizards Don't Need Computers
  21. Mummies Don't Coach Softball
  22. Cyclops Doesn't Roller-Skate
  23. Angels Don't Know Karate
  24. Dragons Don't Cook Pizza
  25. Bigfoot Doesn't Square Dance
  26. Mermaids Don't Run Track
  27. Bogeyman Don't Play Football
  28. Unicorns Don't Give Sleigh Rides
  29. Knights Don't Teach Piano
  30. Hercules Doesn't Pull Teeth
  31. Ghouls Don't Scoop Ice Cream
  32. Phantoms Don't Drive Sports Cars
  33. Giants Don't Go Snowboarding
  34. Frankenstein Doesn't Slam Hockey Pucks
  35. Trolls Don't Ride Roller Coasters
  36. Wolfmen Don’t Hula Dance
  37. Goblins Don't Play Video Games
  38. Ninjas Don't Bake Pumpkin Pie
  39. Dracula Doesn't Rock And Roll
  40. Sea Monsters Don't Ride Motorcycles
  41. The Bride Of Frankenstein Doesn't Bake Cookies
  42. Robots Don't Catch Chicken Pox
  43. Vikings Don't Wear Wrestling Belts
  44. Ghosts Don't Ride Wild Horses
  45. Wizards Don't Wear Graduation Gowns
  46. Sea Serpents Don't Juggle Water Balloons
  47. Frankenstein Doesn't Start Food Fights
  48. Dracula Doesn't Play Kickball
  49. Werewolves Don’t Run For President
  50. The Abominable Snowman Doesn't Roast Marshmallows
  51. Dragons Don't Throw Snowballs

Bailey School Kids Super Special Editions[edit]

  1. Mrs. Jeepers Is Missing
  2. Mrs. Jeepers' Batty Vacation
  3. Mrs. Jeepers' Secret Cave
  4. Mrs. Jeepers In Outer Space
  5. Mrs. Jeepers' Monster Class Trip
  6. Mrs. Jeepers On Vampire Island
  7. Mrs. Jeepers' Scariest Halloween EVER!!!!
  8. Mrs. Jeepers' Creepy Christmas
  9. The Bailey School Kids - Joke Book

Bailey School Kids Holiday Specials[edit]

  1. Swamp Monsters Don't Chase Wild Turkeys
  2. Aliens Don't Carve Jack-O-Lanterns
  3. Mrs. Claus Doesn't Climb Telephone Poles
  4. Leprechauns Don't Play Fetch
  5. Ogres Don't Hunt Easter Eggs

Bailey School Kids "Jr" Chapter Books[edit]

  1. Ghosts DO Splash In Puddles
  2. Reindeer DO Wear Striped Underwear
  3. Cupid DOES Eat Chocolate-Covered Snails
  4. Pirates DO Ride Scooters
  5. Dragons DO Eat Homework
  6. Wizards DO Roast Turkeys
  7. Vampires DO Hunt Marshmallows
  8. Cavemen DO Drive School Buses
  9. Snow Monsters DO Drink Hot Chocolate

Bailey City Monsters[edit]

  1. The Monsters Next Door
  2. Howling At The Hauntlys’
  3. Vampire Trouble
  4. Kilmer's Pet Monster
  5. Double Trouble Monsters
  6. Spooky Spells
  7. Vampire Baby
  8. Snow Monster Mystery
  9. Happy Boo Day

Little Kids[edit]

  1. SS The Hauntlys' Hairy Surprise

Also by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey[edit]

Ghostville Elementary[edit]

  1. Ghost Class
  2. Ghost Game
  3. New Ghoul In School
  4. Happy Haunting
  5. Stage Fright
  6. Happy Boo-Day to You!
  7. Hide-and-Spook
  8. Ghosts Be Gone!
  9. Beware of the Blabbermouth!
  10. Class Trip to the Haunted House
  11. The Treasure Haunt
  12. Frights! Camera! Action!
  13. Guys and Ghouls
  14. Frighting Like Cats and Dogs
  15. A Very Haunted Holiday
  16. Red, White and Boo!
  17. No Haunting Zone!


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Bailey School Kids Series---Anyone else read these?

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