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The Teeny Tiny Woman: An Old English Ghost Tale

The Teeny Tiny Woman An Old English Ghost Tale Retells the tale of the teeny tiny woman who found a teeny tiny bone in a churchyard and put it away in her cupboard before she went to sleep

  • Title: The Teeny Tiny Woman: An Old English Ghost Tale
  • Author: Barbara Seuling
  • ISBN: 9780140502664
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • Retells the tale of the teeny tiny woman who found a teeny tiny bone in a churchyard and put it away in her cupboard before she went to sleep.

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    1. Great "scary book" for any youngster from kindergarten to maybe 2nd grade. I had won this particular book as a prize in Kindergarten with a recording that went with it with all the sound effects of the Old English Ghost Story circa 1972 Still a treasured memory till this day.


    2. I found this book scary as a child and my mom remembers it being told around the campfire as a ghost story. My preschooler loves reading this book though (I try to read it very matter of fact and not scary). She likes that everything is teeny tiny (small) and likes to say "give me my bone!" and yells "take it!" at the end. I think she thinks the goose wants the bone - ha ha ha. Any way- it's one of the limited kids selections at Grammy's that has survived the purgings over the years that we pull [...]


    3. I liked this book a "teeny tiny" bit more than Jenna did, I think. The thing is, it was a bit morbid. I guess I didn't really read the full title when I picked it out; I didn't realize it was a ghost story until I started reading it and the Teeny Tiny Woman took a bone off of someone's grave so she could make soup with it. Ugh. I was not/am not prepared to explain bones and graveyards and ghosts to my 3 year old, so I think I would have to recommend it for older kids.


    4. This was my absolute favorite book as a child!! There are many different versions, but this one is by far the best.



    5. I read and re-read this story so much as a little girl. It was one of my very favorites. Last week, I retold the story to my family in the car and managed to get a REALLY good jump out of them both!




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