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Wednesday April 9, 2014

Ruby, I have been busy!  I met Gail Carson Levin this past Dream of the Blue Turtleweekend, but now I'm back at home.  If you don't have a certain book at your school library, you can always ask the librarian to buy or borrow it from another library.  You can also go to the public library, a local bookstore, or order them online with your parent's permission.  Ruby and Kamdin, your librarian or teacher can contact me here about a school visit.  My newest series is Mermaid Tales, the others are still in the works.  Andie, I'm so glad you like the Mermaid Tales.  In my spare time, I like to read and play tennis.  
     Chelsea, I've written 158 stories that have been made into books.  Trinity, I think it's great fun to make stuff up!  new cover for Ghouls Don't Scoop Ice CreamA big hello to Brianne, Leanne, and Eugene.  Leanne, I'm fine-how are you?  Mariana, Marcia and I decided we wanted to make something alike about our titles, so that people would know they were all about the same characters because it wasn't a series at first.  So we put a pattern of don't and doesn't in the Bailey School Kids titles.  Trace, I have a lot of favorites!  One is Ghouls Don't Scoop Ice Cream.  What's your favorite?  Have a great week and God bless, Debbie

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Tuesday April 8, 2014

Frankenstein Doesn't Slam Hockey PucksHi Ashley, my first book was Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots.  Alexa, I'm so glad you like Bigfoot Doesn't Square Dance.  Did you know my picture is on page 8?  The illustrator made Ranger Lily look like me.
     Eliza and Christine, I'm thrilled you like my books.  It's cool that you like to write.  I hope you'll check out my writing page.  Caleb, when I was young I liked to read mysteries and funny stories.  Sayanika, congratulations on your story.  I hope youFrankenstein Doesn't Plant Petunias can share it with your friends.  Sarra, I get ideas and inspiration from everywhere, even the newspaper! 
     Cristina and Alleyna, I hope you'll ask your school librarian for my books and check them out!  Alleyna, Ashley, Caitlin, and Aylana-thanks for the really funny ideas!  I do like being an author.  Shawn, I think I would still be a librarian if I wasn't an author.   
     Ally, I will let you find out for yourself what was in the Frankenstein Doesn't Start Food Fightsattic by reading Whistler's Hollow.  Samulel, my next book is about pirate treasure, Treasure in Trident City.  Emily, I'm so glad you like Mermaid Tales 1-4.  Which one is the best so far?  Liliana, do you have a favorite Bailey School Kids book? 
     Slavik, you have a lovely school.  There are three Frankenstein books in the Bailey School Kids series.  In a spin-off series, Bailey City Monsters, there is a character who is in every book who is like Frankenstein.  Have a great day and God bless, Debbie

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Monday April 7, 2014

Dear Samantha, I'l so glad you liked Mermaid Tales 1-3.  I Vampires don't Wear Polka Dotsreally enjoy writing them.  Bloom, you can find out my birthday by clicking here.  Ruby, I met Gail Carson Levine and even had lunch with her twice this weekend because we were at the same book festival.  She is the author of Ella Enchanted.  I have two possible new series, one scary and one not!  Ashley, my first book was Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots.  I apologize if I didn't answer your letter today, I promise to answer it tomorrow!  Have a great Monday, Debbie

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Thursday April 3, 2014

Hi Dillon, I liked books about horses when I was young, Battle of the Best Friendsmysteries, and a series called Cherry Ames, Student Nurse.  Meaghan, a trip to the beach helped inspire me to write about mermaids.  I'm so glad you liked Battle of the Best Friends.  Echo wants to have her very own sea horse in The Secret Sea Horse.  have a wonderful day, Debbie

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Wednesday April 2, 2014

Hi Ryan, I've sold 158 stories to be made into books.  Do you have a favorite one of mine?  I'm excited because today I have a phone call about a new series!  What do you think it should be about?
     Guess what Ruby?  This weekend I get to meet Gail Carson Levine who wrote Ella Enchanted!  Have a nice day and God bless, Debbie

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