By Marc Brown
Halloween has Arthur spooked! whilst his little sister wanders off into the scariest residence in the street, Arthur has to discover the braveness to head in and keep her. Will Arthur and D.W. make it out alive?
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He had seen his uncle's eyes looking at him kindly. ' 'You'll know when it arrives,' Vincent had said without taking his eyes away from the few rows of potatoes. And indeed Brendan had known when the day arrived. Things changed when they went back home to London after that visit. For one thing Father got his job back, and they didn't have to pretend any more that he had a job when he hadn't. And there had been all kinds of terrible rows with Helen. She kept saying that she didn't want to be left in the house alone.
Yes, it's a surprise for me too. 1 don't know Anna very well, we just talk when 1 go to the bookshop. ' Ken Green was a salesman, Anna remembered. He earned his living selling books, getting bigger orders than booksellers wanted to give, forcing them to do window displays, encouraging them to take large cardboard presentation packs. Naturally he would be able to sell himself as well. Her father liked him too. Ken managed to ask the right questions, not the wrong ones. He asked easily what line of business Mr Doyle was in.
Helen had been in disgrace for some horseplay at the station, the main evil of it was that it had been done in the presence of Grannie O'Hagan. Anna was very quiet and stuck in a book. Mother and Father talked in low voices over and over. Nothing had prepared him for the sight of the small stone house, and the yard with the bits of broken machinery in it. At the door stood his grandfather, old and stooped, and wearing shabby old clothes, a torn jacket and no collar on his shirt. Beside him was Uncle Vincent, a taller and younger version but wearing a suit that looked as if it were respectable.
Arthur's Halloween by Marc Brown