Swampland

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Scholastic, 1997 - Fishes - 104 pages
Marvin is fascinated by Edie, the exotic girl next door. He's never met anyone like her before. Edie's twin sisters, however, are a different story. They have big heads, with fat faces, protruding lips, sharp blue teeth and bright white hair. They are always by the swamp, and always wispering. Why are they so different?

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