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FREE å Cyclops Doesn't Roller-Skate ⛓ There are some pretty weird grown ups living in Bailey City But could the doctor who has come to check everyone s eyes really be a Cyclops, a giant with just one eye in the middle of his forehead i like howie and his amaginaction. It s silly to think that Dr Polly would be a cyclops, but he sure was acting strange I don t think he would be a cannibal either, he was probably harmlessbut nothing at all explained his weirdo behavior Most of the story was Howie saying that he was going to prove that Dr Polly was that legendary cyclops from that movie, but every single time one of them says, I ll prove it It never happens Ever But it s not like Scooby Doo I guess I suppose it s supposed to make you really wonder i It s silly to think that Dr Polly would be a cyclops, but he sure was acting strange I don t think he would be a cannibal either, he was probably harmlessbut nothing at all explained his weirdo behavior Most of the story was Howie saying that he was going to prove that Dr Polly was that legendary cyclops from that movie, but every single time one of them says, I ll prove it It never happens Ever But it s not like Scooby Doo I guess I suppose it s supposed to make you really wonder if these people are really monsters or some sort of creature or not Which is finebut sometimes, it would be cool to find out for sure I liked the book This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Adventures of The Bailey School Kids Cyclops Doesn t Roller Skate, written by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton Jones and illustrated by John Steven Gurney is one of many in the Bailey School Kids series each about a different mythical creature that rolls into Bailey Elementary School and causes the imaginations of four friends, Liza, Eddie, Howie, and Melody to run wild or is it real On this adventure Howie accuses the eye doctor who has come to the school to check all of the student s eye The Adventures of The Bailey School Kids Cyclops Doesn t Roller Skate, written by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton Jones and illustrated by John Steven Gurney is one of many in the Bailey School Kids series each about a different mythical creature that rolls into Bailey Elementary School and causes the imaginations of four friends, Liza, Eddie, Howie, and Melody to run wild or is it real On this adventure Howie accuses the eye doctor who has come to the school to check all of the student s eyes as being Cyclops The mythical, Grecian monster who attempts to eats Odysseus on his journey home is almost a giant and enjoys eating sheep, goats, and especially men, has only one, large eye in the middle of its forehead Dr Polly, the eye doctor always wears a light right in the middle of his forehead, just above his dark sunglasses, which he wears even inside The four friends come up with a plan to expose the cyclops by stealing the light bulbs he uses for his light, this however proves nothing and they students never know for sure if he is just a strange Grecian doctor or a Cyclops.The illustrations in this book are pencil drawings depicting the characters precisely as they are described in the text THe cover illustration contains all four friends and the Cyclops in question on his roller skates, in full color Every character has great facial expression and the use of perspective is wonderful for young readers The cyclops is always shown as much larger than the students, hardly accurately proportional between a child and an adult, displaying Dr Polly s cyclops like build The illustrations in the book are used to aide the student into drawing the necessary details from the text and to not rely so much on the illustrations for the mental picture The illustrations only provide what is in the text and not adding any embellishments that create the world, rather providing a starting point for the reader to create from I give this book a five of five stars for what it is, an easy read in a repetitive series that helps transitions young readers intocomplex chapter books from picture books I would recommend this book for 2nd and 3rd graders to read as an introduction to chapter books and to learn to love reading through the repetitive nature of the series