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  • Danny Dozer and the Haunted House

    Running Press

    Board book (Running Press, Aug. 12, 2008)
    There is no such thing as a haunted house, right? Find out as Danny Dozer and Barney Backhoe begin to fix up a spooky old run-down house, only to find that itmay have some ghostly occupants. This new glow-in-the-dark format will have everyone jumping with excitement as they turn each page to reveal fun Halloween surprises.
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  • Dorrie and the Haunted House

    Patrica Coombs

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, June 30, 2012)
    The Blue Ruby was gone! Stolen! All because the banish-bandit spell had not been renewed. Such a catastrope called for a secret meeting in the little room in the tower; for the Ruby gave the thieves, Uncle King Dimly and Mad Mac, the power to turn all the Witches and Wizards into weathervanes, toads, and park benches. Barred from the meeting by the Big Witch, Dorrie and her cat Gink were suddenly locked out of the house and caught in a storm. The little witch's search for shelter will hold young readers spellbound as they follow her delightfully spooky adventures, including a ghostly but merry chase through a haunted house and the dark, eerie woods.
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  • Danny Dozer and the Haunted House

    Running Press

    Board book (Running Press Kids, Aug. 12, 2008)
    There is no such thing as a haunted house, right? Find out as Danny Dozer and Barney Backhoe begin to fix up a spooky old run-down house, only to find that itmay have some ghostly occupants. This new glow-in-the-dark format will have everyone jumping with excitement as they turn each page to reveal fun Halloween surprises.
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  • Dani and the Haunted House

    K. Lamb

    language (Wandalee Press, Oct. 1, 2015)
    Dani shivers in the cold night air as her heart races and butterflies dance in her stomach. This is her big moment. She is out to prove to everyone that age doesn't matter when it comes to solving mysteries. With the help of her best friend, Chloe Marshall, Dani is determined to uncover the secrets within the haunted walls of the house on the hill. With a big gulp, she steps forward. There is no turning back now.
  • TJ and the Haunted House

    Hazel Hutchins

    eBook (Orca Book Publishers, June 13, 2013)
    In this sequel to TJ and the Cats, TJ and his best friend Seymour are back, joined by a classmate Amanda. TJ does not believe in ghosts, so when he agrees to create a haunted house in his own home as a fundraiser, he does not anticipate problems, at least not until it turns out that a ghost may inhabit the spare room in his century-old house. The ghost, real or imagined, leads TJ to some fascinating family history. TJ finds a way to bring that history alive for his family. The kittens, offspring of two of the cats from the first book, lead the way.
  • Tashi and the Haunted House

    Anna Fienberg, Barbara Fienberg, Kim Gamble

    Paperback (Allen & Unwin, Oct. 1, 2007)
    The adorable Tashi is off on his ninth adventure, but this time he will have to confront ghosts and spirits as he enters the haunted house in his village. Proving his bravery and loyal friendship, Tashi promises to help his friend Ning Jing escape her nasty cousin Bu Li, and he lays a clever plan to spook Bu Li out of the forest. The exciting adventures of Tashi are perfect for young independent readers.
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  • Harry and the Haunted House

    Mark Schlichting

    Paperback (Let's Play Press, Oct. 23, 2015)
    Meet Harry D. Rabbit and his friends as they go on a spooky adventure. When they cautiously explore a "haunted" house to retrieve a lost baseball, they have several hair-raising experiences, and in the end learn something about themselves.
  • Dani and the Haunted House

    K Lamb

    Paperback (Wandalee Press, Sept. 12, 2015)
    Dani shivers in the cold night air as her heart races and butterflies dance in her stomach. This is her big moment. She is out to prove to everyone that age doesn't matter when it comes to solving mysteries. With the help of her best friend, Chloe Marshall, Dani is determined to uncover the secrets within the haunted walls of the house on the hill. With a big gulp, she steps forward. There is no turning back now. Lexile Measure: 630L
  • Dixie O’Day and the Haunted House

    Howard Hughes

    Hardcover (Childrens, March 15, 2001)
    A dark and stormy night, a camping trip gone awry, and an old house which looks like it might be ... haunted? Dixie and Percy need to stick together in this mysterious adventure full of scrapes, peril, and spooky goings-on! These first chapter books from mother-daughter pairing Shirley Hughes and Clara Vulliamy have one chapter for each night of the week and are full of maps, and fun extra activities. "A witty and beautifully designed series for emerging readers" THE SUNDAY TIMES
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  • Tashi and the Haunted House

    Anna Fienberg, Barbara Fienberg, Kim Gamble

    eBook (Allen & Unwin, July 1, 2006)
    'Don't go near the ghost house. Who knows what is prowling around in there!'There's a light in the window of the haunted house, and Tashi is going in... He's brave, but is he fast enough to beat two mysterious strangers in a race around the village? And what will happen if he loses?No one has adventures like Tashi. And no one tells such exciting stories.
  • Woof and the Haunted House

    Danae Dobson, Dee Derosa

    Hardcover (W Pub Group, Oct. 1, 1989)
    Influenced by local gossip about its former owner, three children have a terrifying experience in a supposedly haunted house, but Jesus is there to protect them
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  • Dorrie and the Haunted House

    Patricia Coombs

    Paperback (Yearling Books / Dell Publishing Co. Inc, Jan. 1, 1985)
    When the witches and wizards hold an emergency meeting, Dorrie and her cat Gink are accidentally locked out in the storm
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