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Monster High: The Ghoul-It-Yourself Book: Ghoulfriends Forever Book 4.5

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In the model of Dork Your Diary and The Wimpy Kid Do-it-Yourself Book , readers can engage in fun activities based on the stories from this bestselling series. Create your own act for the Hex Factor Talon Show, start your own chapter of the Frightengale Society and test your knowledge of the series! PLUS read an exclusive short story by author Gitty Daneshvari in which Robecca Steam discovers her long-lost mad scientist father against the backdrop of a Zombie Dance. The short story ties in to both the Animated Movie for this season and a webisode that will be promoted and have its own line of dolls.

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At the ripe old age of ten, Gitty and her classmates underwent an IQ test followed by a short interview. A week later, it was announced that of the twenty-five students in her class, twenty had been chosen for the Talented and Gifted Program. Gitty, along with two foreign exchange students who could barely speak English, was in the remaining five. That

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