Don't Open the Door After the Sun Goes Down: Tales of the Real and Unreal
Hyperion Paperbacks for Children, Sep 1, 1995 - Children's stories, Australian. - 83 pages
"Teachers, librarians, and parents seeking to meet the never-ending demand for scary stories may find this roundup of nine tales a helpful addition. . . . these have an unusual twist, which Carusone manages without gruesome details. . . ".--Booklist.
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Adam Alvie Wade answer Anthony and Freddie Anthony's attic basement door bedroom began Big Bird black cape bottle breath Bryan Wilder Buddy Burley Rawlins Burley's bushes Carusone Cicotta creak cream soda crying dinosaur cookies doll doll family dollhouse eyes face father fingers fireplace footfalls front door garden Gheen ghost girl going grabbed Gram Frieda hand happened head homework hundred twenty-two Jarrel heard Jeremy Jeremy's Jessica Jodi asked Jodi's mother joke Kittybunka knife legs light lips locker lollipop looked Meeze Meeze's store Miss Combs morning movie night nodded O'Doole old woman picked Polli Pottifer Pottifer's Pudge Pudge's pulled purple headband pushed road rocking chair rose scouts screamed shadows shoulder shouted sleep smell smile sound squeak stairway stared station wagon step stomped stood street sucked Sundy sunshine t-the stick thump told turned voice walked wall Walt warm What's window witch