Scary Sea Stories, Volume 2
Carson Dellosa Publishing Company Incorporated, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 95 pages
Phantom ships, sea monsters, cursed treasure chests, ghostly mermaids, and killer sharks represent just a few of the dangers lurking within the pages of Scary Sea Stories. Take the story of 12-year-old Mitch Green. Mitch and his dad move to a tiny island off the coast of Maine, where they find the entire fishing village of Nansing practically enslaved by its fear of Brundel, a sea monster thought to live in the frigid waters off shore. Mitch and his dad fight to bring the island into the 20th century and do away with the bizarre rituals islanders believe keep the monster at bay. They succeed, and the price of their success is sheer, unbridled terror. The latest addition to Roxbury Park's successful Scary Stories line, this exciting collection of short stories draws upon the awesome power and allure of the sea to provide spine-tingling settings for midgrade horror buffs.
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