Goosebumps: The Haunted School

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Goosebumps: The Haunted School

R. L. Stine




 Tommy Frazer, 12, is the new boy at the Bell Valley Middle School. He is desperate to make friends and hence he agrees to volunteer Dance Decoration Committee.
Thalia and Ben are his partners in the work. Thalia is that girl who does a lot of makeup and Ben is the funny guy. I did find him funny, I mean his jokes.

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As Tommy moves along the school he finds and hears strange sounds which no one else hears. But things turns worst when Tommy and Ben enter an old lift in the old school building.
I really enjoyed this book. I enjoy ALL "Goosebumps" Book, I thought I should mention that.
This book is super scary and you can't guess what happens next. I read this in a single sitting in about a few hours.
A true page turner!
The ending is unexpected and amazing! I just loved it. I bought the paperback from Amazon and its pretty cool.
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You should find out for yourself if the school is haunted or... more than haunted.


Summary 
They're baa-ack! Make way for the bestselling children's series of all time! With a fresh new look, GOOSEBUMPS is set to scare a whole new generation of kids. So reader beware--you're in for a scare!

He's hearing voices . . . from another world!

Tommy Frazer's dad just got married. Now Tommy's got a new mom. And he's going to a new school -- Bell Valley Middle School.

Tommy doesn't hate school. But it's hard making friends. And his new school is so big, it's easy to get lost. Which is exactly what happens.

Tommy gets lost -- lost in a maze of empty classrooms. And that's when he hears the voices. Kids' voices crying for help. Voices coming from behind the classroom walls. . . .


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Mr.Crum's Potato Predicament


Mr.Crum's Potato Predicament

Anne Renaud

Felieita Sala

Kids Can Press


For kids who love food, fun, stories and potatoes!
George crum opens his restaurant 'Crum's Place' because he loves to cook.



His customers thought of him as the best cook in the country.
One a customer orders for potatoes, only potatoes!
Mr.Crum serves him potato wedges but that are sent back.
So he cuts the potato even thin but again the customer complains that it's too thick and bland.
When this happens for the third time, Mr.Crum with his playful nature comes up with an amazing idea!
And  everyone absolutely loves his new invention.



About the book
When Filbert P. Horsefeathers walks into George Crum's restaurant, he tells the waitress, ?I have a hankering for a heaping helping of potatoes.? Fine cook that he is, George prepares a serving of his most scrumptious, succulent and sublime potato wedges, only to have Filbert send them back. ?Too thick,? he says. So, George makes thinner wedges. But his picky customer sends them back again. And again. Feeling a bit mischievous, George decides to use his sharpest knife to cut paper-thin potato slices, which he fries until they are crackling and then showers with salt. At last, Filbert is satisfied, proclaiming, ?Perfection!? Which they are. Because, quite by accident, George Crum has invented potato chips!


This fictional picture book tale by Anne Renaud is based on a real man named George Crum, a cook in Saratoga Springs, New York, in the 1850s, who is purported to have created the first potato chip in response to a demanding customer. Included at the back of the book is a historical note with a list of sources describing the legend and the remarkable and inspiring story of Crum, a trapper of mixed Native American and African American descent, who supplied restaurants with fresh game, then became a chef and successful restauranteur himself. 

Felicita Sala's gorgeous illustrations accurately portray the historical period but with a lighthearted touch. They work beautifully with Renaud's playful language and quirky characters for a lively and deliciously fun read-aloud. This book is an excellent choice for lessons on inventions and inventors, history, or why we eat the foods we do.

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