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Now a Netflix film!
A modern spin on the Scheherazade story, perfect for fans
of Coraline and Fear Street.
A boy is imprisoned by a witch and must tell her a new scary story
each night to stay alive.
Alex's hair-raising tales are the only thing keeping the witch
Natacha happy, but soon he'll run out of pages to read from and
be trapped forever.
He's loved scary stories his whole life, and he knows most don't
have a happily ever after.
But now that Alex is trapped in a terrifying tale of his own,
he's desperate for a different ending - and a way out.

Spine-tingling tales with hints of darkness, perfectly pitched
for 8-12 year olds.
Interwoven stories explore the power of storytelling with tips
for budding writers.
Read it before you see the NETFLIX movie!

Nightbooks Reviews | Toppsta

9780702314865
  • ISBN: 9780702314865
  • Pub Date: 7th October 2021
  • Publisher: Scholastic
  • Imprint: Scholastic
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 304

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J. A. White is the author of The Thickety: A Path Begins. He lives in New Jersey with his wife, three sons, and a hamster named Ophelia that doesn't like him very much. When he's not making up stories, he teaches a bunch of kids how to make up stories (along with math and science and other important stuff). He wishes dragons were real because it would be a m

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