Curiosity Killed the Cat

Curiosity Killed the Cat Poison Apple Books Thrilling Bone chilling These books have bite Hannah isn t thrilled to be moving in with her dad and his new family who live right next to a spooky cemetery Luckily Hannah doesn t

  • Title: Curiosity Killed the Cat
  • Author: Sierra Harimann
  • ISBN: 9780545324861
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poison Apple Books Thrilling Bone chilling These books have bite Hannah isn t thrilled to be moving in with her dad and his new family, who live right next to a spooky cemetery Luckily, Hannah doesn t believe all the ghost cat stories she s heard about the graveyard.Not so luckily, the cemetery is the least of Hannah s troubles Her stepsister, Madison, is the meanesPoison Apple Books Thrilling Bone chilling These books have bite Hannah isn t thrilled to be moving in with her dad and his new family, who live right next to a spooky cemetery Luckily, Hannah doesn t believe all the ghost cat stories she s heard about the graveyard.Not so luckily, the cemetery is the least of Hannah s troubles Her stepsister, Madison, is the meanest girl in Hannah s grade Her cat, Icky, has been missing since the move And worst of all, Hannah can t sleep at night Something keeps scratching at her door, but when she looks for it, nothing is ever there Hannah s starting to wonder could those scary stories be true after all

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    1. I finished reading this book today, & I <3 it (; (; (; I wanted to get the word out that it would be worth 4.19 & 6 hrs of reding ^~^ If you are having a Book Fair at you'r school, ask you'r libraryan if they are selling any Poison Apple Books.Even if they don't have Curiosity Killed the Cat, you will like the others too ^~^ If you love gost stories you will love chapter 19 (; I'm only 8 & I finished this in 6 hrs. PS I took the gate test.PPS I am in the best reding group in my c [...]

    2. This book is amazing! The book is short but there is alot of adventure and details in the book. It also has alot of mysteries. The book is about a girl named Hannah with divorced parents. Her mom is moving to Chicago so Hannah is living with her dad, her stepmom, and her stepsister. It just so happens that Hannah's sister, Madison is the most popular girl but also really mean. Later she also discovers that her cat is missing for days. However, every night she hears scratching at her door. She wo [...]

    3. This was a very interesting book to read! there is this girl named hannah and it tell that she is moving to a new house because her mom was moving to another state and she had to move in with her dad,step mom, and her MEAN step sister. The house that she is moving to is in sleepy hollows and before she moved to her new house there her cat got lost and everynight there would be a scratching nosies at her door. There is a story about a little cat the romes around the grave yard and if you follow i [...]

    4. wow! my first poison apple book! so exciting!well that's how i felt when i reached home after purchasing this book from the book fair. i'm not mentioning the summary. for that please refer to the other reviews. i liked the cover a lot, it was cool. but hey! i'm not an idiot that i would buy a book just because it had a cool cover page(duh-uh!) i liked the read the summary at the back and decided to buy it, it was a tough choice though coz' there were a lot of other great books from the poison ap [...]

    5. This book is fantastic for readers who love a good scare and a mystery. a teenage girl moves in with her dad and his new wife, only to find out that her daughter is bully to her at school. through this exciting adventure, the two girls become best friends and have each others back.

    6. How would you feel living right next to a cemetery?Thrilled?Hannah isn't but that's the least of her problems.Her stepsister is the meanest girl in Hannah's grade,her cat Icky is missing and worst of all she can't sleep at night!And something's scratching at her door!Could the Legend of Sleepy hollow cemetery true or is something haunting Hannah?This is my favorite among all the Poison Apple books that came out.One I still yet have to read.I will rank the books from best to least favorite.1.Curi [...]

    7. Curiosity Killed the Cat by Sierra Harimann is about Hannah, the main character,who isn't thrilled to be moving in with her dad, step mom, and her spoiled stepsister, Molly who live right next to a spooky cemetery in Sleepy Hollow. At first, Hannah doesn't believe all the "ghost cat" stories she's heard about the graveyard and chooses to ignore them. But, the stories were the least of Hannah's troubles, her cat, Icky, has been missing since the move, her mother moved to a different city, and wor [...]

    8. This book was very good. My favorite part would have to be when Hannah, the main character\ my favorite character, opens a grave for this ghost girl so her little ghost cat can get to her. So she can go to the afterlife with the cat. I think it is so cool that she basically gets followed by this ghost and while this is happening she lost her kitty and is forced to have her worst enemy as a step sister, don’t worry this is not a Cinderella story. She thinks she is crazy or just only imagining i [...]

    9. LET ME READ THE BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [...]

    10. It was a good book. I got lots of chill from it, especially the ending. It was mysterious. Remark: She used the same line from Sierra's Evil Twin book which was "Eat your own heart out". I have to say that I love that sentence. :') In conclusion, I enjoyed it and I recommend it to all Poison Apple Book lovers. Perfect book for Halloween!

    11. My daughter bought me 2 of the books from A poison apple series from the book fair. I had them both read in a day!! This book is so cute!!! I loved going through the mystery with her of the catch noises and then loved at the end that she finally found her cat!!!!

    12. I would recommend this book because it give curiosity to your mind Hannah wasn't to thrilled about moving with her dad and family. right by a grave yard, and her cats been missing since of the move and she hears scratching at the bedroom door and she shes nothing. by calystia averette

    13. Hannah moves with her dad, stepmother and super MEAN stepsister because her mother is moving because of a job Hannah loeses her cat and she thinks she hears him scratching without knowing that a spirit of a dead cat is haunting her. After all the story has a happy endingW: I <3 poison apple

    14. I read the majority of the Poison Apple Books earlier this year. These are some of the best books that I have read in a long time. They are easy to read, age-appropriate, and they don't contain profanity.

    15. Hanna is moving with her dad and her stepsister Madison. And Hanna's cat is missing and she does not want to move without her cat icky. and her mom is at a different state or something. But her step sister Madison is mean to Hanna and when Hanna goes to bed she hears scratching at the door. Hanna gets scared but she checked it out and nothing was there. Hanna moved to a cemetery there were scary stories about the cemetery but Hanna thought it is not true

    16. Poison Apple Books: Thrilling. Bone-chilling. These books have bite!Hannah isn't thrilled to be moving in with her dad and his new family, who live right next to a spooky cemetery. Luckily, Hannah doesn't believe all the "ghost cat" stories she's heard about the graveyard.Not so luckily, the cemetery is the least of Hannah's troubles. Her stepsister, Madison, is the meanes .

    17. Twelve-year-old Hannah isn't crazy about moving in with her dad, stepmom, and stepsister Madison. Her stepsister is one of the notorious mean girls in Hannah's class, Hannah's cat, Ichabod (Icky) didn't come home in time to make the move with her, and her overachieving best friend Paisley doesn't seem to have any time for her at all now that they don't live in the same neighborhood. Worst of all, her dad's house is right next door to a creepy graveyard! At first, Hannah chooses to ignore the sto [...]

    18. This is book seven in this great series. It was the last I read as each story stands strong on its own. And this is one of the best of the lot. Sierra Harimann has written a wonderful, dark, ghost story. But it will be great fun for younger readers.Hannah is not enjoying life right now. She is moving in with her dad, step-mom and step-sister. And their house backs onto the famous graveyard from the poem The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. The day before she moves in, her best frien [...]

    19. I remember the time I read this book it was amazing and very curious too. I loved the way the characters would come in to their part and give the reader a great tense about the book and what was going on. This book had a lot of great things going on and it was very mysterious to. Every single character had an amazing part of the story and it just almost feels like if you are in the book with them.Hannah the main character in the book takes everything away and like if shes there leading you threw [...]

    20. When her mother gets a job out of state, Hannah is stuck moving in with her dad, stepmom, and her evil stepsister. To make matters worse, her beloved cat Ichabod (aka Icky) runs away on moving day! And, to top it all off, her new home is right next to a cemetery, and seems to be haunted. This is a really cute book that teaches about coping with change and loss, and teaches confidence. Plus, as an added bonus, we get a mystery and a ghost story, all rolled into one. This book was easy, and fun, t [...]

    21. Another chapter book read with my 7 year old. She seems to enjoy the Poison Apple books more than Goosebumps. She hasn't been able to clearly define why, but I suspect it's because these PA books spend a lot more time dealing with actually being a kid, friendship troubles, issues at school or with bullies, etc - whereas Goosebumps are usually, for the most part, more character-thin and 'scare'-heavy. The PA books central plot, especially this one, seemed like more of a loose string to follow tha [...]

    22. Curiosity Killed the Cat is a great book I would re-read any day of the week.Originally intended for ages 8+ yrs, or younger depending on maturity levels, but to be honest it is not 'scary' but it does have the right amount of mystery and bone-chillings that would be great for the kid who wants to feel more mature and get in with the 'big kids' and scary stuff if parents don't necessarily agree with young adult books or if the child can't process the bigger words associated with young adult genr [...]

    23. Hannah isn't thrilled to be moving in with her dad and his new family, who live in a house -THISCLOSE- to a spooky cemetery. Luckily, Hannah doesn't believe all the 'ghost cat' stories she's heard about the graveyard. Besides, Hannah has bigger worries: Her stepsister, Madison, Is a total mean girl. Hannah's cat, Icky, has been missing since the move. And worst of all, every night something scratches the door, but when she looks, nothing is there! Hannah starting to wonder, could those terrifyin [...]

    24. Sleepy Hollow? Tarrytown? I'm there! Enjoyable, charming tale about a cat, a ghost, a cemetery and a legend. These juvenile books are so wonderful to read. Very different from those I grew up in that there was never a mention of the paranormal, all the explanations had a logical conclusion. Not so with this book line.Unfortunately, though, these books are like potato chips - you can't just read one!

    25. I think this was a pretty god book. Children's fiction is one of my most favorite types of books. This book has pretty exciting parts in it, there are some parts in this book that makes you want to read it more and more, farther and farther. This book was pretty good, but I wouldn't read the other books of this series, because, I don't think I would enjoy them that much.

    26. It was a really really easy read. Got it done in 2 hours. I'm giving it two stars, because it was very, very predictable, and I knew what was going to happen next. The plot was simple, easy, and I could've wrote this. Not one of my favorites, sorry Poison Apple lovers. Not one of their proudest works.

    27. ✤OPENING: It was Hannah Malloy's least favorite kind of day - the sky was cloudy and gray but it hadn't started to rain yet. ✤CLOSING: As wierd as these first few weeks had been, it was going to be a great year. Hannah was sure of it.

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