Harry Moon Ticklish

With good mischeif on his mind, Harry decides that the town needs some relief from Kligore and the heaviness of Halloween.

Harry Moon Ticklish

Harry Moon Ticklish

With good mischeif on his mind, Harry decides that the town needs some relief from Kligore and the heaviness of Halloween. Playfully, Harry casts a spell over the town that gives every person in Sleepy Hollow a funny bone. The trouble is that everything in the town becomes a joke. After the laughter wears off, Harry is caught in a whirling cauldron of funny and fear as he searches for the magical antidote to break the spell on the not-so-funny, funny evil.

Princeton Alumni Weekly

faire Princeton's Piece Of The Moon LAURENCE B. CHASE ARRY HAMMOND Hess , Princeton's Blair Professor of H Waiting patiently for his sample of the moon , Harry H. Hess , Blair Professor of Geology , sits at his typically cluttered desk ...

Princeton Alumni Weekly

Princeton Alumni Weekly


Labrador Memoir of Dr Harry Paddon 1912 1938

Harry Paddon, Ronald Rompkey ... The last was the ticklish turn . ... If it had not been for a fine high tide caused by the strong northeasterly winds , coupled with a full moon , I think the Pauline C. Winters would undoubtedly have ...

Labrador Memoir of Dr Harry Paddon  1912 1938

Labrador Memoir of Dr Harry Paddon 1912 1938

Paddon's memoir gives the reader a sense of the resident Innu, Inuit, and settler communities, as well as the prevailing institutions of non-governmental authority: the Hudson's Bay Company, the Moravian Mission, and the International Grenfell Association. At a time when Labrador is undergoing further industrial development and social change, his writings, carefully edited and annotated by Ronald Rompkey, the biographer of Sir Wilfred Grenfell, capture the heart of the region and its people.

The British Flag Christian Sentinel

When this good news is posed to the flames of hell ; there was no “ A great pity that , ” said Harry , " and brought ... our whole heart in the Lord Jesus fice for the sun to veil his light , and the moon themselves , in Harry's cabin .

The British Flag   Christian Sentinel

The British Flag Christian Sentinel


A Wiltshire Village Revel anno 1802 with the origin of Moonraking a comedy in two acts and in prose By A Wiltshire Moonraker

I'll wager we hear zummat cheerful about un and the moonraking too . Now then we'll be off . ... I am glad to have your good opinion , knowing your taste in those matters , because I am quite certain that Harry will coincide with you .

A Wiltshire Village Revel anno 1802  with the origin of  Moonraking   a comedy  in two acts  and in prose   By  A Wiltshire Moonraker

A Wiltshire Village Revel anno 1802 with the origin of Moonraking a comedy in two acts and in prose By A Wiltshire Moonraker


The Log House by the Lake

“And we shall not, I hope, while a bird or beast remains to be shot, or a fish to be caught,” cried Harry. ... “I am sure that if D'Arcy knew it he would help, but we shall have a full moon up presently, and I would rather get ...

The Log House by the Lake

The Log House by the Lake

Reproduction of the original: The Log House by the Lake by W.H.G Kingston

The Log House by the Lake A Tale of Canada

“Row, brothers, row,”sangout Harry. “Our home is ahead, and daylight is past.Iamglad that the rapids are not near, though, for with our wellfreighted craft it would be a ticklish job running them, I guess.” The moon soonrose large ...

The Log House by the Lake  A Tale of Canada

The Log House by the Lake A Tale of Canada

It was late in the afternoon when Mr Philip Ashton walked up to the door of his residence in Portman-square. His hand touched the knocker irresolutely. ÒIt must be done,Ó he said to himself. ÒMay strength be given to all of them to bear the blow!Ó His hand shook as he rapped. The hall door flew open, a servant in handsome livery stood ready to take his hat and gloves. As he entered the drawing-room his wife and daughters rose to welcome him, with affection beaming in their eyes, as did his three sons, who had just arrived at home from different directions. Mr Ashton retired to rest that night with a mind greatly relieved. He had not doubted the affection of his children, and he was assured that it would enable them to bear their reverse of fortune with cheerfulness. When he rose in the morning he prayed earnestly for strength to go through the work required of him, and that is never denied to those who seek it from Him who can alone afford it. In all the work he received able assistance from his son. Philip had not left a single debt unpaid at the University, by which, under his altered circumstances, he might ever afterwards have been hampered. Mr Ashton, having never allowed household bills to run on, was comparatively free from debt. All his affairs arranged, he found himself with an incomeÑarising from a settlement on his wifeÑof two hundred pounds a-year, and about fifteen hundred pounds in ready money. Once more his family being assembled, he pointed out to them that though their plans were very good, if they were to remain a united family they must look to the future, and seek in another country the opportunity of developing their energies.

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Dolph Traymon ; 20Feb63 ; E0758300 . TICKETS TO THE MOON ; W , m & arr . Vivian E. Boucher . 3 p . O Vivian E. Boucher ; 4 Feb63 ; E0755863 . TICKLE BOOGIE ; m Stanley C. Barron , arr . De an Barron .

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Catalog of Copyright Entries


The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film

Diamonds of the Night (USA) prod/rel: Ceskoslovensky Film LUTHER, BARBARA Moon Walk, 1962, Short Story Ticklish Affair, A 1963 d: George ... Play They Came By Night 1940 d: Harry Lachman. lps: Will Fyife, Phyllis Calvert, Anthony Hulme.

The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film

The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film


Harper s Young People

A faint speck was visible on the surface of the and going in search of Harry ; but there were no more lake about two ... The logs were moon , which for two weeks had been slowly rising in the fastened together so insecurely , owing to ...

Harper s Young People

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