Scary Fright, Are You All Right? by Scott Gibala-Broxholm

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Even though she's a monster-girl, Scary Fright is just like any other kid-well, almost. She likes pizza (with bugs on top), singing (actually, howling), and playing (in the cemetery).

But when she brings home a kitten and starts saying "please" and "thank you," Mama and Papa Fright decide their little ghoul has become too frightful! Has Scary come down with a dreaded case of "human-i-tis"? And will Dr. Ghastly be able to find a cure for her terrifying behavior?

Full of spooky-kooky goings-on, this silly story is just right for little goblins who like scary stories and ghastly giggles.
 

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Published August 26, 2002 by Dial. 48 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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With three sections and a roughly 6 x 9 trim size, the work has the feel of a chapter book and will appeal to youngsters in transition to reading for themselves.

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Kids will love the backwards monster-think ("Sweet nightmares," Papa says at bedtime) and the new twist on the theme of unconditional love ("No matter what you do," Mama tells Scary, kissing her at bedtime, "we still think you are a terrible monster").

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