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- Aunt Esther (single appearance)
- Spooky Scarecrow (single appearance)(disguise)/
- Farmer McGuffin (single appearance)
- Aunt Esther's Farm
|Farmer McGuffin as the Spooky Scarecrow||Was trying to scare Aunt Esther into selling her farm to him.|
John Rozum also contributes a pair of puzzles for child readers. These will not tax the brain of any adult. However, he does enhance adult-reading pleasure through the clever backdrops. In "I've Lost My Glasses!" young kids will test their observation skills, and their parents will appreciate the monster and the setting of the story. The same goes for "Maze in the Maize."