|Product Name||Who's Afraid of the Dark? (I Can Read Level 1)|
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|Height||8.5 inches (convert)|
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Who's afraid of the dark?
Every night at bedtime, Stella the dog shakes and shivers. She sees scary shapes and hears scary noises. Stella is afraid of the dark! At least that's what her owner says. But that might not be the whole story. . . .
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