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Spooky Twisties II - Spooky Twisties - cover

Spooky Twisties II - Spooky Twisties

Terri Bertha

Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing

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Summary

Catch up with the adventures of Chris, Nick, Amy, Lindsay, and their friends, as they continue to encounter the strange and supernatural. 
Will an old map actually lead to hidden treasure? 
Is it always best to do the right thing and help someone out? 
Can a magic set become too magical? 
How difficult can babysitting really be on a beautiful Saturday afternoon? 
Will this year’s carnival be better than the last? 
Welcome back to the kid’s home town, where you’ll meet some new friends as well as bump into some ‘friends’ you thought you would never see again. Join them in their normal everyday fun, but make sure you’re prepared to experience the Spooky, with a Twist!

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