Goosebumps SlappyWorld: I Am Slappy's Evil Twin

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Goosebumps Slappy World

Published

09/26/2017

#

3

Pages

160

Goosebumps SlappyWorld: I Am Slappy's Evil Twin

Luke Harrison's dad makes horror movies. It's very fun to be around such scary stuff-especially when you have your own monster museum at home. But when two ventriloquist dummies join the collection, things get real creepy.

Real-life creepy!

Slappy and Snappy can walk and talk on their own. And they can make you scream on their own. They have a plan to make everyone's lives miserable.

Will Luke be able to stop this terrible twin twosome?

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