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Terrifying Tales #1: Am I Beautiful? - cover

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Terrifying Tales #1: Am I Beautiful?

Michael Kamp

Translator Michael E. N. Larsen

Publisher: Tellerup

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Summary

Brothers Lucas and Noah, ages 10 and 12, have been listening to spooky stories at the after-school center all afternoon. Urban legends. One of them was about a Japanese ghost that hides its face and hunts down the living with a pair of scissors. Good thing ghosts don't really exist. Or do they? Terrifying Tales is a series of horror stories by author Michael Kamp.
Available since: 08/27/2020.
Print length: 60 pages.

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