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Publisher: Scholastic, Incorporated
Dadey, Debbie, Jones, Marcia Thornton, Gurney, John Steven
Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton Jones have fun writing stories together. When they both worked at an elementary school in Lexington, Kentucky, Debbie was the school librarian and Marcia was a teacher. During their lunch break in the school cafeteria, they came up with the idea of the Bailey School kids. Recently Debbie and her family moved to Aurora, Illinois. Marcia and her husband still live in Kentucky where she continues to teach. How do these authors still write together? They talk on the phone and use computers and fax machines!Dadey, Debbie is the author of 'Dracula Doesn't Rock and Roll' with ISBN 9780439043991 and ISBN 0439043999.
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