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by Debbie Jones Marcia Thornton;Dadey

eBook Barkley's School for Dogs #1: Playground Bully download ISBN: 0439328918
Author: Debbie Jones Marcia Thornton;Dadey
Publisher: Hyperion Book CH; 2nd Printing edition (2001)
Language: English
Pages: 76
ePub: 1286 kb
Fb2: 1193 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Barkley's School for Dogs book. Softbound - glued binding - illustrated. Read by Marcia Thornton. See a Problem? We’d love your help.

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.

Barkley's School for Dogs Blue Ribbon Blues. Marcia Thornton Jones. Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey are the authors of the series The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, The Bailey City Monsters and Triplet Trouble. Sticks and Stones and Doggie Bones. Marcia Thorton an. aperback. Now they lend their talent to the adorable antics of the canine characters of Barkley's School for Dogs.

Thornton, Marcia; Dadey, Debbie Jones. Published by Hyperion Book CH (2001). ISBN 10: 0439328918 ISBN 13: 9780439328913.

by Debbie Dadey Jones and Marcia Thornton.

by Debbie Dadey & Marcia Thornton Jones. Barkley's School For Dogs.

Marcia Thornton Jones, Debbie Dadey, Amy Wummer

Marcia Thornton Jones, Debbie Dadey, Amy Wummer. Jack considers himself a wonder dog who is always there to protect Maggie, so he cannot understand why he has been sent to Barkley's School for Dogs, where the owner's Doberman, Sweetcakes, dominates the schoolyard.

written by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey, illustrated by Amy Wummer. The creators of the Bailey School Kids are back with this new series about the furry, four-legged students at Barkley's School for Dogs. Especially when he chews on a toy that belongs to a big, tough-looking Doberman. Playground Bully Barkley's School for Dogs written by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey, illustrated by Amy Wummer. Publication Date: June 1, 2001.

SOFTBOUND - GLUED BINDING - ILLUSTRATED
Comments: (2)
Thozius
This book was really good. I bought it because I like to read The Adventures of the Baily School Kids. This book is great! I'm awaiting reading the next book in the sreies.
Fenrikree
I think these books have a cute plot and are a nice idea, but all the dogs are sterotypes. The poodle is prissy, the basset hound is sleepy, and the beagle is happy-go-lucky. And, OF COURSE the Doberman is mean. All the Dobermans in books and movies are mean, even though most Dobermans are nice. Also, the so-called "hero" of this book, Jack, is so nasty to the so-called "bully", Sweetcakes, that it's no wonder she swings him around in her teeth sometimes. If the authors are planning on writing more books, they better some reserch instead of relying on sterotype charaters. They won't get far if the depend on these charaters.