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Grandpa's Monster Movies (Deadtime Stories #10)

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The Deadtime Stories by “Twisted Sisters” Annette and Gina Cascone—they’ll scare you silly and give you giggles at the same time.

C. T. and his cousin Lea are staying at their grandparents’ old farmhouse. It’s Grandpa’s seventieth birthday, and everyone’s celebrating with a big family reunion. All the weird relatives are here, and all they seem to want to talk about are “th
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Paperback, 120 pages
Published May 1st 1997 by Troll Communications
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Erin (*is in a reviewing slump*)
This book was SO cute. Took a few chapters to get into but it had an endearing adult-like quality to it despite being for such a young age. So while the kids will adore it, parents will also be able to get into it and laugh out loud at times as well if they want to join in, preview the book before the children read it, or just read it for entertainment value.

Basically it's a family reunion where two young kids don't want to be around their weird relatives, hilarious and realistic the way they di
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Barbara
Cousins Lea and C. T. are barely able to tolerate being around their other cousins in Bumbleweed where the family has gathered for a reunion and to celebrate their grandfather's birthday party. But there are secrets and dangers on the farm where he lives, and the cousins stumble onto some movies that show the truth about what's being kept secret on the farm. There are plenty of chills and ups and downs in the story, and I liked some of it, but it was hard to move past the cousins' condescension ...more
Marisa Slusarcyk
For the student or person who is looking for a more challenging read this book seems to be perfect with a captivating story line that talks a LOT about cake. The larger words and the need to read through the lines are a good way to get the young reader thinking, learning and enjoying a good book. The mention of delicious desserts throughout the book lightens the feel of the story. If you are a homeschooling parent the larger words would be excellent to use for spelling lessons either before your ...more
Shawn
A cute little scare. A great premise that does not quite fulfill itself but for its target audience it hits the mark more or less. My fourth grade class loved it this week.
Rosalie
This was amusing and creepy at the same time. However, I found some of the character portrayals offensive and the speech patterns annoying
Stacey
These authors continue to trot out tired stereotypes of people. A big yawn.
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The team of Annette and Gina Cascone, sisters.
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