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Teeny-Tiny and the Witch Woman…And 4 More Spine-Tingling Tales

posted by Nell Minow

Teeny-Tiny and the Witch-Woman… and 4 More Spine-Tingling Tales is a perfect Halloween treat for the littlest trick-or-treaters, with stories that are more fun than scary.

Teeny-Tiny is the story of a boy who outsmarts the witch who wants to eat him and his brothers and sisters for dinner.  The Witch in the Cherry Tree wants to eat a family’s freshly-backed cakes and David and his mother must find a way to outsmart her.  The Boy With Two Shadows finds out what can go wrong when you promise to help a witch.  In Space Case, a space traveler makes a friend on Earth.  And in King of the Cats, an old man tells his wife about the strange procession of cats he saw in the Louisiana bayou.



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