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Martha Speaks: Campfire Stories (Chapter Book) (edition 2013)

by Susan Meddaugh (Author)

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Title:Martha Speaks: Campfire Stories (Chapter Book)
Authors:Susan Meddaugh (Author)
Info:HMH Books for Young Readers (2013), 89 pages
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Nothing turns a backyard camp-out from yawn to "Yowza!" like a few scary stories. When their repertoire of shadow puppets is exhausted, Martha (the talking dog from PBS’s hit TV show Martha Speaks)and her friends decide to share some science-fiction stories—the creepier the better! Martha tells one about aliens from Venus who eat frozen yogurt with their ears, T.D. scares everyone with malevolent alien cat people, Helen tells "The Telltale Artichoke Heart" about a disturbing tin can ("THUMP. THUMP. THUMP"), and Alice tells "Night of the Phantom Scarecrow." A few Campfire Story Starters will have aspiring storytellers off and running!

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"When Martha, Helen, T.D., Alice, Truman, and Skits pitch a tent in Helen's back yard for the night, they expect to have a super-fun sleepover. But it doesn't take long for the s'mores (hold the chocolate, extra marshmallow) and the hand shadow puppet ideas to run out. What's this bored group of kids to do on a dark, quiet, summer night? Tell creepy campfire stories, of course!"--… (more)

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