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Goblin Monday (Goosebumps House of Shivers #2) (edition 2024)

by R. L. Stine (Author)

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"Mario is spending winter break with his neighbors, Todd and Jewel, on their family vacation to Vermont. He is excited to see snow for the first time and meet his friend's beloved grandparents. But Todd and Jewel's grandparents turn out to be a little odd. They love telling tall tales of goblins, elves, and trolls. When Mario spots a blur of green fur in the garden, he wonders if the stories could be real. He's determined to find out more, but the truth might be more dangerous than fiction"--… (more)
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Goblin Monday (Goosebumps House of Shivers #2) by R. L. Stine

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Goblin Monday, R.L. Stines latest Goosebumps story #2 in a new series is made for the middle grader and although there are violent moments, there is also a sense of anticipation as the story unfolds and the reader and the protagonist tries to figure what the heck is going on. Mario, having moved from Florida to Pennsylvania has never seen snow and when his neighbors invite him to Vermont to visit their grandparents, he is eager to go. The grandparents are eccentric and grandpa loves to tell stories of goblins and Mario begins to think they are real. An enjoyable book to make one’s hair stand up and the ending is just what you’d expect from the author. So much fun. ( )
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"Mario is spending winter break with his neighbors, Todd and Jewel, on their family vacation to Vermont. He is excited to see snow for the first time and meet his friend's beloved grandparents. But Todd and Jewel's grandparents turn out to be a little odd. They love telling tall tales of goblins, elves, and trolls. When Mario spots a blur of green fur in the garden, he wonders if the stories could be real. He's determined to find out more, but the truth might be more dangerous than fiction"--

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