Spooky Stories

Spooky Stories

Three Stories in One

Book - 2008
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Baker & Taylor
A compilation of three slightly chilling tales includes "Dracula's Daughter," in which a family adopts the baby on their doorstep and enjoys bringing her up, though her teeth grow sharp and pointed until Dracula comes to claim her for his own.

Includes the stories "Dracula's Daughter", "Debbie and the Little Devil", and "The Monster from Underground".

Independent Publishing Group
In Mary Hoffman's Dracula’s Daughter, when the Battys find a baby on their step, they decide to keep her. Angela grows up like any other child, until her teeth appear, sharp and pointed. At Halloween, more spooky things begin to happen too!
Next, in Penelope Lively's Debbie and the Little Devil, Debbie has no end of trouble with a little red devil who thinks it’s a great joke to cheat in every game they play. But Debbie likes to win as well, so she decides to trick him?using her own secret weapon!
Bomber Wilson hates writing, so he’s dreading keeping a nature diary?especially when bossy Harriet makes fun of his ideas. But Bomber’s fantastic discoveries in his garden at night make his diary more interesting than anyone could have imagined, in The Monster from Underground by Gillian Cross.
Chilling, full-color illustrations throughout from Chris Riddell, Valeria Petrone, and Chris Priestley add to the terror. Dare you open the cover of this spooky book?

& Taylor

A compilation of three slightly chilling tales, which can be read at Halloween or any time of year, including Debbie and the Little Devil, Dracula's Daughter, and The Monster from Underground. Original.

Publisher: London : Egmont, 2008
ISBN: 9781405242301
Branch Call Number: J PAPERBACK
Characteristics: 135 pages


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