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    • ISBN:9780748132256
    • Publication date:05 Jul 2012
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The Show Must Go On!

Book 4

By P. J. Night

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Go to sleep... if you dare, because you're invited to a creepover!

Becca Hart has secretly wanted to act on stage for as long as she could remember-it's all she ever thinks about. Determined to make her dream come true Becca tries out for this year's school play, The Last Sleepover, and gets the starring role! After a few creepy incidents on set and persistent nightmares at home, Becca quickly learns that this is no ordinary school play. Is it stage fright? Or is the play haunted?

Biographical Notes

A lifelong night owl, P.J. Night often works furiously into the wee hours of the morning, writing down spooky tales and dreaming up new stories of the supernatural and otherworldly. Although P.J.'s whereabouts are unknown at this time, we suspect the author lives in a drafty, old mansion where the floorboards creak.

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  • ISBN: 9781907411267
  • Publication date: 05 Jul 2012
  • Page count: 160
  • Imprint: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
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