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   Haunts in the House, by John Vornholt  
 
  Novel, first publication in October 1999
 
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      Monsters, and tricks, and ghouls, oh my!

    Sabrina can't believe that MR. Kraft is eliminating all the extra-curricular activities...even cheerleading. When she discovers that there is no money to fund the programs she comes up with a great idea...a haunted house fund raiser: The Holloween Machine. The attraction has a fun house, a maze, and special effects.

    Converting an old factory into a working haunted house is no problem when you have the help of a hobgoblin -- a household helper. The "hobby" does homework, balances Aunt Zelda's checkbook, polishes the silverware, and even helps Sabrina with the planning of the fundraiser -- that is until Salem upsets the supportive guest. And when you upset a hobgoblin...watch out!

     
     
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  • Sabrina the Teenage Witch (#27)

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