Read-aloud Spooky Stories

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Publications International, Jul 1, 2006 - Children's stories - 320 pages
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A collection of thirty-five scary stories from a variety of ethnic traditions, suitable for reading aloud.

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y The Berihuda Triangle 58
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y The Monkeys fitV
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Robin has been illustrating for approximately 14 years. Her Robin has been illustrating for approximately 14 years. Her work can be seen on a variety of products, books, gift collework can be seen on a variety of products, books, gift collectible stationary, home furnishings, etc. She lives in Lovelctible stationary, home furnishings, etc. She lives in Loveland, Ohio. and, Ohio.

John Manders uses an old master's technique of layering colored glazes over a monochromatic underpainting and does extensive research for many of his projects. He and his wife, Lisa, live with two dogs and a parrot in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Jeffrey Ebbeler has been creating art for children for nearly a decade. His work spans a wide range of mediafrom illustration to paper engineering, large-scale murals, puppets, and even performance arts. And his whimsical sense of humor shines through in his illustrations, especially his quirky characters. He lives in Chicago with his wife Eileen, where he works as an illustrator and makes school visits to lead children through the creative process of the picture book.

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