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Goosebumps 08: The Girl Who Cried Monster
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9780590466189
Pages
137
Dimensions
131 x 194 x 0mm
Released
Availability
Out of Print
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Description

Reader beware - you're in for a scare!

Lucy likes to tell monster stories. She's told so many that her friends and her family are sick of it.

Then one day, Lucy discovers a real, live monster: the librarian in charge of the summer reading program.

Too bad Lucy's told so many monster tall tales. Too bad no one believes a word she says. Too bad the monster knows who she is . . . and is coming after her next.

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