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A moon shines indoors, bats fly through the stacks and a wolf howls in the distance. That's unexpected - even for the Library. A parade of zombie monks is marching through, and they're eating books. The only hope? Mary, Ann, Charlotte and Ben Franklin. Between their Frankenstein's Monster of books and Ben's electricity, will the zombies be defeated?

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