Looks Like Trouble by Tommy Donbavand
  

Synopsis

Looks Like Trouble by Tommy Donbavand

A scarily funny read for fans of the popular animated CBBC TV series, this book shows that appearances can be surprisingly dangerous! Don't trust what you see - especially in Scream Street, a sanctuary that the government has prepared for monsters of all kinds. This scarily funny book presents two adventures from the popular TV series. In one, young vampire Resus finds a magical mirror in a hidden crypt and swaps places with his reflection - his evil reflection. Is the real Resus trapped in the mirror for ever? In the second story, beautiful shop owner Eefa is actually a 300-year-old witch. When the portrait that keeps her lovely looks intact is accidentally binned, werewolf Luke and his friends have to find and return it to Eefa - or else!

About the Author

Tommy Donbavand

Tommy Donbavand loves spooky stories. His recent title for Barrington Stoke, Uniform, won the 2011 Hackney Short Novel Award. He is well known for his hugely successful series Scream Street (published by Walker Books), about a whole street of haunted houses. He visits schools constantly and runs popular reading and writing events. He lives in Lumb, Lancashire.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Tommy Donbavand
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Author's Website

www.tommydonbavand.com

Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

6th October 2016

ISBN

9781406367867


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