Dont Look Behind You and The Babysitter: EDGE: Deadly Tales

Dont Look Behind You and The Babysitter: EDGE: Deadly Tales

by Roy Apps, Ollie Cuthbertson
     
 

Bored with sleeping soundly? Fed up with sweet dreams? Well this is the book for you!
Deadly Tales features two nightmare urban legends that you'll pray aren't true.
In "Don't Look Behind You", Harjit is chased across town by a crazy car driver who is trying to kill him.
In "The Babysitter", Erin is spooked by a prank phone caller who intends to make her

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Overview

Bored with sleeping soundly? Fed up with sweet dreams? Well this is the book for you!
Deadly Tales features two nightmare urban legends that you'll pray aren't true.
In "Don't Look Behind You", Harjit is chased across town by a crazy car driver who is trying to kill him.
In "The Babysitter", Erin is spooked by a prank phone caller who intends to make her his next murder victim.
Which one will you dare to read first?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781445108513
Publisher:
Hachette Children's
Publication date:
01/12/2012
Sold by:
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
4 MB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Roy Apps is the author of fifty children's books, including The Twitches, Time Spinner and the hugely popular How To Handle series for Scholastic. Most recently he has written The Fang Gang series for Bloomsbury and the Crime Files series for Franklin Watts. His novel The Secret Summer of Daniel Lyons won The Writers' Guild Children's Book Award and was shortlisted for the Whitbread Awards. It is now a successful musical. Roy writes extensively for radio, theatre and TV. In 2001 he was awarded a BAFTA for his children's TV work, which includes Byker Grove, The Ghost Hunter and Barmy Aunt Boomerang. Roy visits schools, libraries and bookshops to read from his books and to share the secrets of The Shed in Your Head . He runs Writing Projects for all ages and over the last few years has helped young and new writers make books, stage plays, films, performance poetry and most recently, an opera.

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