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  • Keep Your Elbows on the Table

    by Darren Sardelli
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  • The Horsemen Are Headless this Evening

    by Kenn Nesbitt
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  • Frankenstein’s Walk

    by Bill Dodds
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  • I’m Not Afraid

    by Charles Ghigna
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  • Haunted House

    by Linda Knaus
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  • My Gramps and I Are Werewolves!

    by Kathy Kenney-Marshall
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  • Our Grandma Kissed a Pumpkin

    by Darren Sardelli
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  • Dear Mother

    by Paul Orshoski
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  • Aliens Stole My Underpants

    by Brian Moses
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  • The Ghost of Halloween Past

    by Brian Rock
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  • The Creature

    by Bill Dodds
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  • Halloween Party

    by Kenn Nesbitt
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  • Bobbing for Apples

    by Jack Prelutsky
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  • Almost Everyone

    by Brian P. Cleary
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  • The New Vestments

    by Edward Lear
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  • My Dog Chewed up My Homework

    by Bruce Lansky
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  • Live Each Day Like it’s Your Last

    by Chris Harris
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  • Bad Hair Day

    by Linda Knaus
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  • I Think There’s a Monster Under My Bed!

    by Chris White
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  • Old Noah’s Ark

    by Anonymous
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  • Borscht

    by Calef Brown
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  • A Thousand Hairy Savages

    by Spike Milligan
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  • The Adventures of Isabel

    by Ogden Nash
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  • Oh Nose

    by Tiffany Strelitz Haber
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  • Well, Hardly Ever

    by Anonymous
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  • The Ballad of the Naughty Poodle

    by B.J. Lee
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  • Fast Food

    by Timothy Tocher
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  • Nancy Cristman Kissed Me

    by Ted Scheu
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  • The Sneeze

    by Becci Murray
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  • The Owl and the Eel and the Warming-Pan

    by Laura E. Richards
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  • Tinkle, Tinkle, Little Cat

    by Kathy Kenney-Marshall
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  • Nastychef

    by Harry Laing
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