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   There Goes The Neighborhood, by Kiki Thorpe  
  Novel, first publication in 2008
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      A new family is moving into the deserted old mansion in town. But the more Polly finds out about Veronica Kreep and her children, the more a haunted mansion seems like the perfect place for them to live. When Polly's dad starts acting strange, she's sure Veronica has him under a spell. But if she's wrong, that means Wally Winkler really wants to hang around with these creepy characters! Polly isn't sure which would be worse, but she's determined to save her family from the Kreeps.

    Polly Winkler just wants to be a normal kid in a normal family. When you're ten, that's hard enough. But it's even harder when your dad decides to marry the mother of the weirdest family in town!

    Polly seems to be the only one in her family who sees how strange the Kreeps really are. Her older sister is too busy cheerleading to notice anything and her younger brother is consumed with preparing for the county spelling bee championship.

    With the Kreeps around, Polly is always at risk of dying of embarrassment. But at least she knows that life will never be boring!

      Part of series  
  • Meet the Kreeps (#2)

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  • Children, Teens, Kids.
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