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legend of the lost legend
In the book legend of the lost legend Justin and his sister Marissa get lost while looking for the only killer seal. they are in big danger while on there adventure. this definetly is worth five stars.
"Well, Marissa here. And Justin, too. Oh, and you can't forget our adorable pup, Silverdog. In the woods. Alone. Well, we're looking for a treasure. How stupid is that? *sigh* Oh well... Wait. Is that a cabin? C'mon, Silverdog, let's go see what's inside it!"
I was addicted to these books when I was younger and it wasn't until I was majoring in education in college that I figured out why. They were interesting with bizarre plot twists that most 9-12 year olds don't think about and they were short (this one is 124 pages). I could read the whole thing in a day.
My parents also didn't have a lot of heartache with buying me a new book because these are relatively inexpensive (in the neighborhood of 3-5 bucks each).
R.L. Stine's "Goosebumps" books aren't scary, just kind of creepy. There aren't graphic descriptions of murder and mayhem. Just some ghosts, werewolves, or potions. The main character is alive in the end, and the final chapter resolves everything.
**Keep in mind, R.L. Stine has other books that aren't in the "Goosebumps" series that tend to be a little harsher when it comes to hauntings and plot. They are written more for the 12-14 age group and are longer (around 150-200 pages).
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