Bat Bones and Spider Stew

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First Choice Chapter Books, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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Get ready to celebrate Halloween with this "spooktacular beginning reader chapter book:
Henry Hooper is a little nervous about going to his friend Artie Doomsday's house on top of Hallows Hill. Everybody calls the hill HAUNTED Hill, and when Henry meets Artie's sister Wanda and Granny Doomsday, he starts to wonder if the Doomsday household is haunted, too. Especially when Granny starts cooking up a big pot of bat bones and spider stew! Is this some kind of crazy Halloween prank, or is the Doomsday family for real?

Michelle Poploff is the author of two chapter books, "Splash-a-Roo and Snowflakes and "Tea Party for Two.
Bill Basso has illustrated many children's books, including the Dragon Slayers' Academy series and "Wolfman Sam.

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User Review  - nizmart - LibraryThing

My favorite book growing up, it was one of those books you remember loving but forget the name and lose your copy. I went years trying to find this book and finally found it! It's a great Halloween time book for kids (and adults) with a yummy recipe in the back. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Michelle Poploff lives in Queens, New York.

Elizabeth Levy's other books starring Sam and Robert Bamford are Dracula Is a Pain in the Neck, Frankenstein Moved in on the Fourth Floor, and Zombies are Loose in Central Park. Her other books include the Brian and Pea Brain Mystery series and Keep Ms. Sugarman in the Fourth Grade. Ms. Levy lives in New York City.

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