By Angie Sage
When Aunt Tabby and Uncle Drac head off to Transylvania, Araminta is upset—they're going to be away on her birthday. even though, while it seems that her almost-grown-up cousin, Mathilda, might be babysitting, it kind of feels issues could not get any larger. yet Mathilda's introduced alongside difficulty: rowdy teenage ghosts, Ned and Jed, who hearken to nobody. it is a catastrophe! Can the women work out the way to get Ned and Jed out of the home for good?
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The headline said: fish flattened! and there was a picture of a bulldozer flattening a bunch of old sheds with pictures of fish on them. I would have thought that was a good thing, but Sir Horace did not. “Let me read it,” I said to Wanda and grabbed the paper. Wanda snatched it back. “No,” she snapped. ” And then we waited while Wanda worked out the words. “Mr. . -43 FitzMaurice pre . . pares site for . . auction of well-known tourist attrac . . tion, to be sold as seaside . . develop .
Then she looked up at Spookie House, and she had a little secret smile on her face. I waved like crazy but I don’t think she saw me.
44 Q Q Q Q When we finally got down to the thirdkitchen-on-the-left-just-past-the-boiler room, Nurse Watkins was waiting for us. She made Wanda and me look for cockroaches while she boiled our dinner—disgusting parsnip and tuna soup, which would have scared off any self-respecting cockroaches anyway. We poured our soup into Aunt Tabby’s spider plant when Nurse Watkins wasn’t look ing, but there wasn’t anything else for dinner. Nurse Watkins said it wasn’t good to eat too much before going to bed, as it gave you bad dreams.