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The Nightmare Club 3: A Dog’s Breakfast

The Nightmare Club 3: A Dog’s Breakfast

Annie Graves

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Glen is a nasty little boy who always moans and lies. After a strange encounter in the woods, he suddenly disappears, and the only one who seems to know what happened to him is a dog. And everyone knows that dogs can’t talk. Right?

Did you ever hear that telling a nightmare makes it fade away? It doesn’t. Not here anyway.

Welcome to the Nightmare Club’s Halloween Sleepover. You might not last till morning. Glen is a nasty little boy who always moans and lies. After a strange encounter in the woods, he suddenly disappears, and the only one who seems to know what happened to him is a dog.

And everyone knows that dogs can’t talk. Right? PRAISE FOR THE NIGHTMARE CLUB SERIES ‘These are scary but also funny stories. … The books are illustrated with macabre black ink drawings and the gothic eerie appearance is maintained throughout.’ Books Ireland First Flush ‘Four perfectly horrid tales, guaranteed to goosebump the 7-10-year-olds. … great fun!’ Teresa Doran, BooksIreland ‘Ranging from the unsettling to the gruesome, the stories (in these four volumes) know how to build up tension and pack a punch. There’s also plenty of humour, enough to make you laugh … nervously.’ Bookfest 2011-2012 Recommended Reads 5-8 ‘a colourful, attractive series … fun.’ Inis magazine ‘… the books are great … truly creepy, but great.’ Mary Esther Judy, Fallen Star Stories blog ‘(these) bring back some of that delicious thrill that marks a really good ghost story. … well written and highly entertaining.’ Des Kenny, Galway Advertiser

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Author Annie Graves
Publisher Little Island
Publication date 4 Oct 2011
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9781908195166

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