Beware, the Snowman (Goosebumps, Book 51) by R. L. Stine

By R. L. Stine

No melting allowed!

Jaclyn used to stay along with her aunt Greta in Chicago. yet no longer anymore. They've moved to a spot known as Sherpia. It's a tiny village at the fringe of the Arctic Circle.

Jaclyn can't think she's caught out in Nowheresville. No motion picture theaters. No shops. No not anything. Plus, there's whatever relatively strange concerning the village.

At evening there are unusual howling noises. And in entrance of each condominium there's a snowman. A creepy snowman with a crimson shawl. A deep scar on his face. And a very evil smile. . . .

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Screaming filled my ears. It was my own voice. “Alessia! ” I blinked, the fluorescent lights blinding. The office was normal again. One of the secretaries bent over me, her face flooded 37 Nicole Maggi with concern. ” I sat up, gulping in air. I held my hand in front of my face, flexing my fingers. It was only my hand, no wings, no feathers. ” I looked around. Principal Morrissey and the other secretaries stood in a semicircle around me, their faces perplexed. “Everything went dark for a minute.

I made a face. Heath had lived in France for a few years and helped me with my French homework sometimes. ” He snorted and dumped a forkful of hay into the stall. ” “But you know,” I said, “my teacher applied for a grant to take us to Paris next spring. ” 26 Winter Falls He kept baling without looking at me. “I didn’t spend much time in Paris. ” I leaned against the door. ” Heath paused. He closed his eyes and smiled, seeing something that I could not. ” He opened his eyes. “Purple. ” He went back to his baling.

Lidia snapped her head up. She stared at me, her eyes full of tears. I knew I had crossed a line, but I was too angry to 48 Winter Falls apologize. I flung open the door and ran out into the chilly night, pretending I couldn’t hear her call my name. The air tinged my throat with the cold smell of salt from the distant sea. I rounded the side of the house and climbed over the hill, came to the fence that marked our property, and hoisted myself onto the top rail. Heat cramped my chest, and I dug my knuckles into my breastbone as I looked over this tiny corner of the world.

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