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 move in and store her. Will Arthur and D.W. make it out alive?
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I worked hard and I had rain on my crop when there was no general rain. Don't believe it was a good crop. The ground yielded only enough corn for our own use. I sold no corn. " "Thanks to God," said Lucrecia. "Thank God," said Adán. He said, "Thank God," out of habit, quietly so that maybe even God wouldn't hear him. He had quit depending on God or giving God very much credit. He believed in goodness and mercy and the luck to see it and practice it, but he did not believe in that "Thanks be to God" business anymore.
Adán persisted, prodding for truth in the confusion. "Yes," Manuelito said. "Come," Adán said. He helped Manuelito up steep stairs to the loft where Lucrecia was extending blankets, quilts and pillows over a wide cot. The days were hot and dry, the evenings, though dry were turning into cold nights causing grippe and distemper in men and animals. Manuelito's nose was emitting a torrent of mucus. The back of the sleeve he used to wipe his nose was receiving an abundance of irrigation on terrain that would yield him nothing.
The water spilled from the gourd as she drew it from the bucket, wetting the cotton dress against her leg. Her upper lip and the hair on her temples and neck were moist with clean perspiration. She tossed the glistening water by snapping her wrist and causing the gourd to empty abruptly. The water sprayed evenly over the packed ground. She sang and sang. "The patio becomes wet, becomes wet. Lucrecia sings and sings and sweats and sweats," said Juan Vogel when he found himself watching the woman indecently long.