3 edition of Who"s afraid of ghosts? found in the catalog.
Who"s afraid of ghosts?
|Statement||written by Bonnie Bader ; illustrated by Kathy Wilburn.|
|Series||A Bantam watch-me-glow book|
|Contributions||Wilburn, Kathy, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.B1377 Wh 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||92240261|
Book: Why I'm Not Afraid of Ghosts (), Author: R.L. Stine, read online free in EPUB,TXT at My son just turned 7 and has always mentioned ghosts in the house. Just recently he has become so terrified and even in the day time he does not like to leave my side because of the ghosts. He was so afraid one night that he was shaking and told me his tummy felt funny then vomitted.
Any child who is afraid of Halloween — or creepy, dark nights in general — should meet the fearless little old lady who stars in this book. When the signs of a ghost — shoes, pants, and a pumpkin head — appear one by one and chase the old lady, she assures the floating figures "I am not afraid of you!". For the child that’s afraid of a monster, this sweet book is the perfect way to put them at ease. In the story, the monster under the bed is just as terrified of the boy on top of the bed, and the two of them have to face their fears together. It’s funny and cute, and your child will be reassured about monsters when they realize that, even.
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Sam Wu and friends are about to become a HUGE hit with young readers across the UK (and hopefully the world!). Sam Wu is NOT Afraid of Ghosts is an absolute blast (excuse the pun) from beginning to to the brim with gorgeous illustrations from the super talented Nathan Reed, this witty children’s book will entertain people of all ages and Sam will surely give our younger readers a /5(60).
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