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Goosebumps Wanted

The Haunted Mask

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"Lu-Ann Franklin usually loves Halloween. Not this year. Her best friend, Devin O'Bannon, is going away for the week. And she has to go to a boring party where nothing exciting could ever happen. But when Lu-Ann comes face-to-face with The Haunted Mask, major trouble lies ahead. Devin O'Bannon didn't want to leave his best friend Lu-Ann Franklin behind on Halloween. He didn't ask to go on this trip. And that was before he heard the strange scratching on his windows and saw the shadows moving around in the fields. Something is out there and it doesn't seem to want Devin around!"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Press, 2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
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ISBN: 9780545417938
0545417937
Call Number: STINE
Characteristics: 231 p. ; 22 cm.
Subjects: Horror fiction.
Best friends -- Juvenile fiction.
Halloween -- Juvenile fiction.
Masks -- Juvenile fiction.
Alternative Title: Haunted mask

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RedHot_2
Aug 21, 2015

This book was strange. But a
good strange. I loved that the
masks were not masks, they
were actullay Faces. that was
gruesome.

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blue_bee_311 Aug 04, 2012

This was the scarest goosebumps book i ever read. It is about a girl named Lu Ann and she finds a mask. The ghost tells her not to put it on because it was haunted, but she doesn't listen so then she mask becomes her face.

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MILLER516 thinks this title is suitable for 99 years and over

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blue_dolphin_8778 Nov 14, 2014

hi

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blue_bee_311 Aug 04, 2012

"The pumpkins were breathing"
-Devin

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