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Did You Say Ghosts? by Richard Michelson
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Did You Say Ghosts?

by Richard Michelson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0027669157, Library Binding)

A deliciously scary cumulative tale, with the series of possible monsters that follow each scared of something else. Kids will enjoy the humor as well as the shiver these all-star spooks bring.

Enriched by noted artist, Leonard Baskin's gallery of frightful imaginings, this is not a bedtime book, for the skeletons, witches, and other spooky creatures conjured up will lull no child to sleep! Instead, this is a humorous and spine-chilling repetitive story for older children.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:58:02 -0400)

A parent's teasing assurances that ghosts, witches, vampires, and other creatures are no danger fuel the imagination of a child in the dark.

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