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Werewolf Skin - cover

Werewolf Skin

R.L. Stine

Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks

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Summary

From the New York Times–bestselling Goosebumps series, ignoring his family’s warnings, a boy goes into the woods after dark and encounters werewolves. 
 
Picture this—Alex Hunter, photography freak, hanging out in Wolf Creek. Who lives in the small town of Wolf Creek? Alex’s uncle Colin and aunt Marta. They’re professional photographers. Uncle Colin and Aunt Marta are pretty cool. They only have two requests. Don’t go into the woods late at night. And stay away from the creepy house next door. Poor Alex. He just wanted to take a couple of pictures. But now he’s about to find out the secret of Wolf Creek. Late one night. When the moon is full . . .
Available since: 02/24/2015.
Print length: 125 pages.

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