Even More Scary Stories for Sleep-Overs

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Price Stern Sloan, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 127 pages
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Are the suspicious deaths of several students related to Robert's terrifying mental powers? How can Becky meet her pals for a reunion at the swamp--after she's dead? Around the campfire or hiding under the covers, kids can turn their campouts and slumber parties into a night of fright with these 11 spooky tales.

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Review: Even more scary stories for sleep-overs (Scary Stories for Sleep-overs #4)

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it wa not that scary it was wired Read full review

Review: Even more scary stories for sleep-overs (Scary Stories for Sleep-overs #4)

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haha.. it makes me laugh how I was so into books like this when I was in elementary school. Read full review

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Contents

The Tune of Terror
7
The Shape of Fear
17
Feast of the Hungry Ghosts
27
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Pearce is a veteran science author.

Been is a freelance artist.

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