The second spooky illustrated story in the No Place For Monsters series - Stranger Things for younger readers!
PRAISE FOR NO PLACE FOR MONSTERS:
'Wildly imaginative and totally terrifying' JEFF KINNEY, AUTHOR OF DIARY OF A WIMPY KID
'A haunted-house version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' BRIAN SELZNICK, AUTHOR OF THE INVENTION OF HUGO CABRET
'Overgrown with fantastic ideas' THE NEW YORK TIMES
It's been months since Levi and Kat rescued their town's forgotten children. But now the strangeness has started again: hundreds of creepy snowmen pop up across town and a bizarre blizzard hits the day before spring break, trapping the kids in school. And something is roaming the darkened halls.
Something hungry . . . A heart-pounding follow-up to the highly acclaimed No Place for Monsters Half-written, half-graphic novel, and all spooky mystery! A group of unlikely friends must band together to protect their town from the monsters that are threatening to destroy it Stranger Things vibes with lavish, spine-tingling illustrations