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Don't Touch That! (Easy-to-Ready Spooky…

Don't Touch That! (Easy-to-Ready Spooky Tales)

by Veronika Martenova Charles

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All that glitters may not be gold and certainly should not be touched, as the three boys find out when they see something strange at a construction site. While deciding their best course of action, they tell each other stories about strange toys, a mysterious glass bottle, and a dragon. By the time they are finished they are scared, but they know just what they should do. The Far North, Germany, and Italy are featured this time.

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A trio of spooky tales in which three boys, having witnessed something strange at a construction site, decide upon the best course of action after hearing stories about strange toys, a mysterious glass bottle, and a dragon.

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