Chloe Jones

Chloe Jones


Chloe Jones lives in New Jersey and was born in 2000.

•    Chloe's favorite subjects in school are reading and writing.

•    She plays soccer, field hockey, flag football, and violin.

•    Some of the organizations she belongs to are the Girl Scouts, Summer Library Kid Mentor Program, student council, and safety patrol.

•    Chloe wants to be either a journalist or veterinarian when she grows up.

"I've always wanted to be a reporter like my aunt: investigating things, interviewing people, then creating a story for the whole world to see. We always read articles in my class, and it would be a dream come true to be able to write an article and to have kids all over see it!"

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    Ghost Game

    Ghost Game

    by Marcia Thornton Jones Debbie Dadey

    The basement of Ghostville Elementary School is haunted—or at least that's what everyone says! Cassidy and Jeff set out to get the pesky ghosts out…but can they do it?

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    Ghostville Elementary #2: Ghost Game (Enriched EBK)

    Ghostville Elementary #2: Ghost Game (Enriched EBK)

    by Jones, Marcia T. & Debbie Dadey

    It's boring in the basement! And the ghosts in the class want to come out and play...with the whole school. Sleepy Hollow better watch out; it's haunting time! The ghosts will only stop their horrible haunt if Jeff, Cassidy, and Nina beat them in a game of basketball. But these ghosts play to win; and they don't play by the rules. Will the kids be able to save the day in this ghostly game?

    This spooky series from the best-selling authors of The Adventures of the Bailey Schools Kids features a ghost class with a mind for mischief.

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