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Zits from Python Pit #6 (Monster Juice)

by M. D. Payne

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0448482479, Paperback)

After defeating an evil mummy in Egypt, Chris and the others are mystically summoned to the heart of the Congo by a new evil. There they find a legendary serpent beast that has infected all the kids with nasty, blistery, snake-filled zits. Together with their monster friends, the kids have to uncover the secret of the Python Pit and defeat this new slithering threat before it’s too late.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 31 Aug 2015 06:41:55 -0400)

The boys continue their African adventure as a mysterious calling leads them to the heart of the Congo in search of a 'lost' group of monsters. Their expedition is cut short by the appearance of Inkanyamba, an ancient serpent-like creature that has caused the boys' skin to break out in tiny, snake-filled boils.… (more)

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