Mary Troost the Storyteller | Seasonal Stories for Kids: Halloween Spooktackular

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Seasonal Stories for Kids: Halloween Spooktackular

by Mary Troost the Storyteller Preschoolcdnow a/k/a Seasonal Stories for Kids This Non-scary Story Disc is fun to listen to anytime! Two of the tracks offer short, but sweet rhymes. The Halloween-themed phonics are enjoyed towards the end of the disc.
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Storytelling
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Ghost that Ate My Teddy Bear
8:50 album only
2. storybell
0:04 album only
3. Music in the Attic
10:20 album only
4. storybell
0:04 album only
5. Gordon, the Skeleton
8:46 album only
6. storybell
0:04 album only
7. The Pumpkin Rhyme
0:40 album only
8. storybell
0:04 album only
9. The Candy Rhyme
0:31 album only
10. storybell
0:04 album only
11. Safety Sue
2:58 album only
12. The Learn Your Phone Number Song
0:28 album only
13. storybell
0:04 album only
14. The Halloween Alphabet (learning phonics)
6:11 album only
15. storybell
0:04 album only
16. Lucky Pete, the Bat
6:51 album only
17. Thank You for Your Purchase
0:26 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Preschoolcdnow a/k/a Seasonal Stories for Kids

The Ghost that Ate My Teddy Bear:
A little boy, Carl, befriends a ghost at the library but soon discovers that his favorite Teddy Bear has gone missing. Of course, his new friend, Jonathon the ghost does not eat the Teddy Bear. It only appears that way as it is tucked away in the ghost's pocket. What a wonderful ending as they realize that Jonathon was only saving it for a ghostly show-and-tell.

Music in the Attic:
Neighborhood kids travel back in time when entering an abandoned house. The house is suddenly vibrant again as they step back in time. Soon they meet an old woman and return a very special music box that she has been waiting for.
But after they give her the special music box she gives them a wonderful gift in exchange - a gift of music in the attic.

Gordon the Skeleton:
Look out! There's a very nice skeleton taking an airplane ride!
That's right! He's Gordon the skeleton and he wants to visit his mother, but struggles with wearing the
right clothes for the right occasion. Laugh along with Gordon as he journeys through
a skeleton's life on an airplane and meets new friends along the way.

The Candy Rhyme and The Pumpkin Rhyme:
Short and sweet - these rhymes are a treat!
Learn what a gourd is, learn about dental care (after all that candy!), learn a rhyme or two!

Safety Sue:
Don't eat found candy from the sidewalk...
what's a crosswalk?...
walk with a flashlight...
these and other police- recommended safety tips are given by Safety Sue. Sue is all about fun with SAFETY NUMBER ONE

The Halloween Alphabet:
Learn the alphabet and phonics with fun, Halloween-themed words and sounds

Lucky Pete, the Bat:
It's "bat" ter up time! Play Ball!
Ever meet a bat who likes baseball? He's Lucky Pete.
Sometimes pesky, sometimes likeable. What will they say when Lucky's out with poison ivy?
They'll say bring him back so we can win...hey that "Bat" is lucky!

What a wonderful Halloween Treat these stories are. The kids will enjoy listening to these Halloween-themed stories any time of day and any day of the year! But they do make a great Halloween Treat and that's no trick :)



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