The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

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A little old lady who is not afraid of anything must deal with a pumpkin head, a tall black hat, and other spooky objects that follow her through the dark woods trying to scare her.
Publisher: New York : Crowell, c1986
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780833526731
0833526731
9780064431835 (pbk.)
0064431835 (pbk.)
9780690045864 (lib. bdg.)
0690045867 (lib. bdg.)
9780690045840
0690045840
Branch Call Number: E WILLIAMS FEELINGS
Characteristics: [32] p. : col. ill. ; 21 x 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Lloyd, Megan - Illustrator

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Told as a felt board story.

Told as a felt board story.

Told as a felt board story.

Told as a felt board story.

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MonicaCovingtonLibrary Sep 16, 2014

This is one of my favorite fall stories to share with preschool through second grade. It is a blast to read aloud, lots of motions for the kids to do, plus it has a fantastic strong female character who, as the title tells us, is not afraid of anything! An added benefit is that it is Halloween-... Read More »


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mvkramer Oct 30, 2016

A great read-aloud story for Halloween. Kids can act out the motions of the spooky scarecrow as you read. A real crowd-pleaser!

cals_kidsbookbuyer Oct 08, 2015

A not-too-scary read for preschoolers. This book has great repetition so kids can read along, act out the story and be in on the big scare ending!

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muffinpopcorn
Sep 28, 2014

Quite a delightful story . Good for Halloween or anytime of the year .

This is one of my favorite fall stories to share with preschool through second grade. It is a blast to read aloud, lots of motions for the kids to do, plus it has a fantastic strong female character who, as the title tells us, is not afraid of anything! An added benefit is that it is Halloween-y but doesn't have to be. It is my go to book for the fall season. Have fun!

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Nov 06, 2007

Highly successful Hallowe'en fare for toddlers, owing to just the right amount of scariness and a catchy, repetitive story that makes use of interesting verbs. The story's excellent read-aloud potential makes the CD especially worthwhile.

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blue_dog_6382 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 3 and 6

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