Publisher description for Tuck's haunted house / story and pictures by Martha Weston.

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Counter The engaging pig hero of TUCK IN THE POOL is making a Haunted House for his Halloween party and doesn't welcome the creative interference of his little sister, Bunny. She's convinced she knows how to be scary, but Tuck wants to do things his way. The Haunted House is a great success, to the point that Tuck himself is completely unnerved by ghostly howls emanating from the Mummy Case. When Bunny, who had accidentally shut herself into the Mummy Case, finally emerges, Tuck recovers his composure in time to reassure his little sister that when she's big, like Tuck, she won't get scared. . . . A lively, funny Halloween story that perfectly captures the big brother-little sister dynamic.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Haunted houses Fiction, Halloween Fiction, Brothers and sisters Fiction, Pigs Fiction