Scaredy Boo

Scaredy Boo
Genre: 
Language: 
ISBN10: 
1445485958
ISBN13: 
9781445485959
Pages: 
26
Published: 
2012 by Parrangon
Rating: 
3.65

Under the bed lived a monster, A monster named Scaredy Boo. Boo was afraid of everything. He would have been scared of you

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