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Not Too Scary Stories

     BOO! Do you like to be scared, but just a little bit?

     These semi-scary stories are for younger children, mostly in picture book (P) format.

Title Location in Library  
"GUS" SERIES by Jane Thayer P  
Tales of a friendly ghost    
DO NOT OPEN by Brinton Turkle P  
Miss Moody and her cat find an intriguing bottle washed up on the beach.  Should they ignore its "Do Not Open" warning?    
THE WIDOW'S BROOM by Chris Van Allsburg P  
A witch's worn-out broom serves a widow well, until her neighbors decide the thing is wicked and dangerous.    
WHISTLING DIXIE by Marcia Vaughan P  
Dixie Lee brings home an alligator, a snake, and an owl as pets to protect her family from such spooky creatures as the churn-turners, the bogeyman and the mist-sisters.    
MY MAMA SAYS THERE AREN'T ANY ZOMBIES, GHOSTS, VAMPIRES, CREATURES, DEMONS, MONSTERS, FIENDS, GOBLINS, OR THINGS. by Judith Viorst P  
Can Nick trust his mother's word that there are no goblins and such lurking in the night?    
DRACULA'S CAT AND FRANKENSTEIN'S DOG by Jan Wahl P  
Two famous monsters' pets give their views of life with their masters.    
TAILYPO by Jan Wahl +398.21 Wa  
A strange varmint haunts the woodsman who chopped off his tail.    
BOOGIE KNIGHTS by Lisa Wheeler P  
When the castle knights are awakened by the Madcap Monster Ball, they decide to join the party.    
THE LITTLE OLD LADY WHO WAS NOT AFRAID OF ANYTHING by Linda Williams P  
Our heroine must deal with a pumpkin head, a tall black hat, and other spooky objects that follow her through the dark woods.    
THE MONSTER BED by Jean Willis P  
A little monster is afraid to go to bed because he thinks humans will get him in his sleep.    
HECKEDY PEG by Audrey Wood P  
A mother saves her seven children from Heckedy Peg, a witch who has changed them into different kinds of food.    
HILDA HEN'S SCARY NIGHT by Mary Wormell P  
During her nighttime hourney to the henhouse Hilda Hen finds unexpected courage within herself as she tiptoes past a snake, runs from a fox, and swims a lake.    
  

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