By Christopher Pike
Arrange to move down a frightening direction during this first booklet in New York Times bestselling writer Christopher Pike’s Spooksville series—now on TV!
Adam has simply moved to the small city of Springville. His first day there, he meets Sally, who tells him the town’s genuine identify is Spooksville as a result of all of the spooky issues that pass on. Adam doesn’t think her—until they cross looking for the key direction, a mystical course that ends up in different Spooksvilles.
Join Adam, Sally, and their good friend Watch as they take the key course and go through a dismal doorway. at the different facet you’ll discover a terrifying Spooksville the place there are large spiders, residing skeletons, evil black knights, and a witch who simply likes to make dolls…out of children!
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The Secret Path (Spooksville, Book 1) by Christopher Pike