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The Girl Who Was Scared Of Halloween by Mr. K.
Boo! Rrrrr! Growl! “Forget Halloween, I won’t go.” Boo! Rrrrr! Growl! “No way, no how, you know.” The Moon appears, shadows trees. An owl hoots and ghost boos the breeze.
Boo! Rrrrr! Growl! “No candy for me.” Boo! Rrrrr! Growl “Give me a carrot please.” I feel shivers tingling my tummy and toes. The whirling wind bangs, bumps, blows.
Boo! Rrrrr! Growl! “I don’t want to dress up.” Boo! Rrrrr! Growl! “No funny faces or make up.” A black cat struts meows, mews, moans. Pumpkins cut, carved, next to tombstones.
“What, huh? It’s just for fun, trick or treat?” “Well then, I’ll get dressed, where do we meet?”
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