Super Scary Stories for Sleep-overs, Volume 5

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Price Stern Sloan, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Is that the Mountain Bay Monster torpedoing towards Greg's boat? Who is that odd woman at the scene of every disaster? And will Gideon - thrust into the past - be able to defeat the knight galloping toward him? If you're ready for the terrifying answers, then "Super Scary Stories for Sleep-Overs" is for you!

With a rejuvenated mummy, a half-tiger half-human boy, and an amazing alien cat, each terrorizing tale in "Super Scary Stories for Sleep-Overs" offers a chill a minute.

So make your next slumber party petrifying and your next campout the creepiest... or muster up the courage to read "Super Scary Stories for Sleep-Overs" alone!

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Review: Super scary stories for sleep-overs (Scary Stories for Sleep-overs #5)

User Review  - Caitlin - Goodreads

I thought that it was really good even though it wasn't that scary. I still really liked it. I thought that the stories were really good. Read full review

Contents

Flesh and Blood
5
The Room at the End of the Hall
17
It Waits
31
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Pearce is a veteran science author.

Been is a freelance artist.

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