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Don't Go into the Forest! (Easy-to-Ready Spooky Tales)

by Veronika Martenova Charles

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A book in a series of chapter books that deal with real life situations and friendships. This book is a great book for the young reader to learn of different tales of urban legends in a fun and learning way.
  ChuckJackson | Nov 3, 2010 |
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This time the boys find themselves in cottage country making up spooky tales about staying out of the forest. Tales from the Philippines and Native American legends are told until the boys can almost see strange characters at their dinner table that night.

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Three young boys on a trip to a cottage tell each other spooky versions of fairy tales about children who ventured into the forest despite warnings from their parents, and confronted Little People and the Pot Woman.

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