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By Ann M. Martin

The hit sequence is again, to attraction and encourage one other new release of baby-sitters!

When sunrise begins getting threatening notes and extraordinary telephone calls whereas she's baby-sitting, she doesn't understand what to do. The notes are signed "Mr. X," and they're starting to get frightening. often, she'd inform the remainder of the BSC, yet this time issues are different.

The childrens at Stoneybrook hassle-free are having a Sitter of the Month Contest. The Sitter of the Month needs to be anyone who's in control--someone whose jobs consistently move easily. sunrise doesn't are looking to blow her percentages at successful. yet what if she's in actual danger?

The most sensible neighbors you'll ever have are detectives, too!

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SPOOKIFIED PINS ........................ Looking for a ghoulish accessory? Look no further! WHAT YOU NEED : . Discarded magazines . Scissors . Clean plastic lids (like those . Glitter glue on yogurt or sour cream . Craft glue containers) stick . Construction paper in creepy .. Glue Fine-tip markers colors, such as black, orange, . Poster board and slime green (Include a . ) WHAT TO DO : 1. ” For example, a photo of a cute kitten can become downright scary when you add blood-redtipped teeth and a construction-paper witch’s hat.

A CHILLIN’ TALE ........................ An Uncle John’s Eerily Twisted Tale I ’VE ALWAYS BEEN one of those people who knows exactly what she likes. Favorite food: cheesecake. Favorite color: grayish-blue. Favorite pastime? Duh, that’s easy. I like to hang out. Preferably in the family room on the burgundy chair. But really, I’m not picky. I have what you’d call a preternatural ability (just learned that word from the Discovery Channel) to get comfortable just about anywhere. I’m used to getting a lot of flak for doing what I do best.

Trace around the lid onto the construction paper of your choice, cut out the circle, and use the glue stick to attach it to the top of your lid. 60 . 3. Glue-stick your spookified picture to the constructionpaper-covered lid. Sparkle it up with glitter glue for a ghostly glow effect (if desired). 4. Next, come up with a scary-funny caption for your pin. Think of what your pin character might say. ) So go for something clever and original. Here are a few idea starters: . Bat’s all folks! (bat) .

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