Night Of The Living Dummy Ii
  • Night Of The Living Dummy Ii
  • Night Of The Living Dummy Ii
  • Night Of The Living Dummy Ii
  • Night Of The Living Dummy Ii
  • Night Of The Living Dummy Ii
ISBN: 0545035171
EAN13: 9780545035170
Language: English
Release Date: May 1, 2008
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 7.4" L x 5" W
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   This was his first Goosebumps book and he enjoyed every moment
I had no intention of scaring him, but he wanted me to read something scary. I'm a huge horror fan, so I couldn't read his books. This was his first book and he enjoyed every moment of it, even the scary ones, even if they were a thrill for him. We've finished the second one, The Haunted Car, and now we're waiting on the third, a story about a dog.
 
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   I thought the book was good. I have six year-old twin girls
I've read the book and found it to be very good. I have six-year-old twins. One girl loved the book, the other twin fell in love with the book and it scared the other girl so much she kept coming back for more. It's great to have the book in the hands of children. Both my daughters were able to listen to the book while simultaneously following along on their kindle.
 
5
   Love R.L. Stine and I was so happy to introduce him to my daughter!
He said: "I fell in love with Robin when I was a kid. Pauley Stine, the British writer of the "Fear Street" series of crime novels, has died. When his series came out, I was a little too old to remember exactly what it was like, but I figured it would be great for the younger audience. I kept this in mind when I had two little girls, and was really hoping that at least one of them would be interested in this great author, Mrs. Rule told her daughter. I recommend that parents read it with their kids to see if they would be able to handle some of the things discussed, Dr. Goin added.
 
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   Classic book
Loved reading them growing up. We bought this book for our nephew and hope he ends up loving it like we did.
 
5
   90's kid, so bought for 9yr old son. He loved it.
We all remember the days when the Beatles ruled the world. From ancient times to present, the Beatles stand in a class by themselves. Using a wire to connect two Gameboys, your Graveler could evolve into a Golem, the creators said. It will never be brought back. Welp, at least you can give your child this classic horror film. Thanks to LeapFrog, your kid will be able to read IT and give them the proper nightmares of a 90s kid. Andy Warhol's widow, Ethel, said her husband "has a very good reputation."
 
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   My son loved it.
A great book to read, even if you're not a horror fan. My 6 year old son is interested in any and everything scary, but of course I have to limit what he is exposed to too. I'll never forget the phone call he made to me the day he died: "Do you think this book would have helped him?" It's just scary enough for a little guy.
 
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   No surprises, just a fast and fun read for a young audience
I've never read a book, so I wanted to give a couple a shot, Tunick said. Second, I was told it was my second. It's exactly what one would imagine from the title and synopsis, and there really is no surprises, Gammerman said. It was a lot of fun, the kids were really annoying, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It was written well for the intended audience, said Axel.
 
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   SHOWED UP DAMAGED
It was very disappointed when it got to my house, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It's just that the packing wasn't that great. Just laying in there, another box, Tunick said. One corner of the plane was bent and another was torn. It's just that we don't sell them again."
 
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   Creepy
It rated very high on my creepy-o-meter. Part of the reason I dislike ventriloquist dummies is because I've always liked them.
 
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   Great Books
Quattrone, R.L., was a lawyer who specialized in corporate mergers and acquisitions. Award-winning writer and illustrator Paul Stine brings his unique brand of creepy, suspenseful fiction to life. I have always been a fan of the books and the series, but the books are always better. The Fear Street books were a personal favorite and I highly recommend them to the more mature audience. This book is a classic and a good read that is referenced many times in the Stine universe.
 
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