Ghosts Don't Ride Bikes, Do They?
  • Ghosts Don't Ride Bikes, Do They?
  • Ghosts Don't Ride Bikes, Do They?
  • Ghosts Don't Ride Bikes, Do They?
  • Ghosts Don't Ride Bikes, Do They?
  • Ghosts Don't Ride Bikes, Do They?
  • Ghosts Don't Ride Bikes, Do They?
  • Ghosts Don't Ride Bikes, Do They?
ISBN: 1534410414
EAN13: 9781534410411
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 12, 2017
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 7.1" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Desmond and Andres are in for a bike-riding adventure in the second book of the Desmond Cole Ghost Patrol chapter book series

Welcome to Kersville, a town with a spooky history and a collection of ghosts and spirits who are major mischief-makers. Most kids spend their days without ever seeing or dealing with a ghost, but some kids get stuck with a haunt. When that happens, they call Desmond Cole Ghost Patrol. There's no job too spooky, icky, or risky for Desmond.

I'm not like that at all. My name's Andres Miedoso. I'm Desmond's best friend and ghost patrol partner.

So when Desmond and I are called to track down a ghost on wheels, Desmond is sure that ghosts don't ride bikes. Here's why: they float everywhere. Makes sense, right? But if there's one thing I've learned during my Ghost Patrol days, it's this: Never tell a ghost what they can or can't do.

With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Desmond Cole Ghost Patrol chapter books are perfect for emerging readers.

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Book Reviews (6)

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   Ghosts can fix bikes? Cool! 😎
In this book there are 2 new ghosts, Hal and Kicker. They seem to be kind in the beginning, but end up being very mean! Me and my little bro love this book, we continue to read the series!
   Easy Reading for 2nd and 3rd
My son, who is in the 3rd grade at a lower reading level, reads this series. The chapters are short and easy to read, he does not stumble on words and the story line is fun. Great reading for October :
My 5 year old son reads one per day and he loves them more than other books, like the odd school or prince not so charming. We had already preordered 2 new. Book series: Excellent :
   Great for my 2nd grader
He even reads from school on the bus ride home. It was important to find my son a book series with characters that look like him.
   Perfect beginner chapter books!!
My seven year-old boy loves the whole series of the ghost patrols of Desmond Cole. I am very happy that I found it. It's a perfect reading level for him, not too hard, not too much of the words put out and it keeps him laughing. Not too many pictures to distract. Comic stories are great and funny. I am happy to see that there are more people on the way! He has already signed up for Book 7!
   Good choice for younger readers just moving into chapter books
Desmond Cole's second installment, Ghost Patrol, fills that library niche of readers who are ready to move from picture books to chapter books, but still needs many illustrations to help them stick with it until the end. It will also work for those 3rd and 4th graders whose reading skills need much encouragement. Readers will enjoy the biking - track action, the excellent spin on ghosts and the unique illustrations. On the downside, most of my 4th graders want helpful ghost stories, not ones with scarecrows and scary ghosts. And unfortunately, the description text does not lend much in the way of character development or simple language. In all, parents and librarians will find this series unique for their children, and children will enjoy the useful perspective on ghosts.