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Ninjas Don't Bake Pumpkin Pies (The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids #38)

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The new baker in town makes a mean pumpkin pie. But could he really be a Ninja plotting to steal some valuable Japanese art? It's up to the Bailey School Kids to find out!
Paperback, 80 pages
Published November 1st 1999 by Scholastic Paperbacks (first published 1999)
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Seth
They got a school vacation. They smelled something delicious. The delicious smell was pumpkin pie. They thought the owner of the pumpkin pie place was a ninja.They thought he was a ninja because he acted like one.
Kimberly
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.
Shannan
I'm going to give all of these Bailey School Kids stories a 3 star rating unless I come across one that is amazing. Ray loves these because they are all about ghosts and vampires, etc and they are fun mysteries. I don't like how all the stories basically have the same plot line. But they are fun for him and got us reading chapter books.
Jerome
Funny and interesting. The city has a new baker from Japan who demonstrates an obsession with anything having to do with feudal Japan. Is he really a ninja? The team will have to find out, which, typically, they sort of do but really don’t.

Still fine, though.
Heidi Schutt
Great starter-mystery for elementary aged kids. I appreciated the little details like when the characters used encyclopedias to research, went to a museum and also saved their money to buy things they wanted.
Logan
Read these all in while I was in middle school and loved them, giving them a 3.5-4.0 for my past 12 year old self.
Annie
it was funny and the kids believed something that a girl thinks is a ninja that bakes pumkin pies
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Debbie Dadey is the author and co-author of 162 books for children, including the Mermaid Tales series from Simon and Schuster and the beloved Adventures of The Bailey School Kids from Scholastic. Ms. Dadey is a former teacher and librarian. Please like her at Facebook.com/debbiedadey.
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