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MYSTERY UNDERGROUNDMICHIGAN MONSTERSDive into Terror in the Great Lakes States!Charles David Clasman and David Anthony, co-authors of over twenty books, present Mystery Underground #1: Michigan Monsters. Read a scare ... if you dare!Mystery Underground is a collection of scary short stories for kids, middle grade readers, and everyone who likes a good scare. The stories combine the monsters and mystery of Goosebumps with the surprise endings of The Twilight Zone. They are the perfect scary stories to read in the dark, around the campfire, or under the covers at night with a flashlight.This book contains thirteen scary short stories set throughout the state of Michigan. Readers will encounter werewolves, zombies, giant spiders, Bigfoot, and other frightening beasts and legends.1: HAPPY HAIR BIRTHDAYWALLED LAKE, MIIt's Cody Wolf's thirteenth birthday. He shouldn't have to spend it running from werewolves.2: NIGHT OF THE TULIPSHOLLAND, MIMichael and Danny have plans for the annual Tulip Time Festival. What happens when the tulips fight back?3. ZOMBIE KINGMIDLAND, MIBryce doesn't want to be a ninja or robot for Halloween. He wants to be a zombie. Does he get his wish when he and his sister Ashley creep into the graveyard on a foggy night?4. MONSTER BEDST. JOSEPH, MIOlivia is thrilled with her new princess bed. The trouble is, the bed is haunted. When Olivia tries to go to sleep, she realizes that she isn't alone.5. LIGHT'S OUT LIGHTHOUSEALPENA, MIWhen the power goes out, Chloe, Lucas, and Lainey are stuck at home without their parents. Are they truly alone or is something waiting for them in the dark?6. SCREAMER STREAMMIO, MIA canoe trip down the AuSable River on the Fourth of July shouldn't be dangerous. But when Stephanie, Mark, and McKenzie take a detour, anything can happen.7. THE BOXMANCELONA, MIIsaac can't contain his curiosity when a special delivery arrives at his house. What could possibly hide in a plain box almost as big as a refrigerator?8. A GAME OF BIGFOOTMARQUETTE, MINumerous reports claim that Bigfoot has recently been spotted near Northern Michigan University in the Upper Peninsula. Jenna, Ben, and Travis set out to find the legendary Sasquatch. Will they find it before the beast finds them?9. WELAKE GEORGE, MIDuring a vacation "up north" Sean and Tyler stop for a picnic lunch on a sunny summer afternoon. The surrounding forest, however, beckons and the boys are lured into a real web of danger.10. THE CATCHEAST TAWAS, MIAn early morning fishing expedition on Lake Huron catches Zack and Kyle unprepared. An ancient ghost ship drifts in from the fog. Will the boys sink or swim?11. KNIGHT SCARESDETROIT, MIOn a fifth grade class trip to the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), Charlie and David sneak away from their classmates. They creep into the Great Hall where suits of medieval armor come to life and demand death.12. FIELD OF SCREAMSIONIA, MIHope and Faith know better than to trespass in Mr. Crowe's cornfield. Colin thinks they're chicken. When the scarecrows rise up and reach for him with filthy hands, Colin realizes too late that the girls were right.13. NEW TROLL IN TOWNNEWBERRY, MITim, the new kid in town, doesn't like being called a troll. To help him adjust, Matt shows him that there are worse things to be.ALSO AVAILABLE#1: MICHIGAN MONSTERSDive into Terror in the Great Lakes State#2: FRIGHTENING FLORIDAFear Strikes Florida When the Sunshine State Goes Dark#3: CALIFORNIA CREATURESBeware the Glitter of the Golden State
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