Werewolf weekend / by B.A. Frade and Stacia Deutsch.
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- ISBN: 9780316316231
- Physical Description: 168 pages ; 20 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 
|Summary, etc.:|| "An epic sleepover reveals a wolfish mystery when twelve-year-old Emma discovers an antique book and must outwit its owner, the mastermind Scaremaster, and stop a werewolf in her tracks"-- Provided by publisher.
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Growing up on the edge of a graveyard, in a house rumored to be haunted, B.A. Frade seemed destined to write spooky stories. B.A. spent years investigating haunted attics, mysterious creatures, and things that go "boo" in the night to become an authority on all things creepy and scary. B.A. lives and writes in a location we promised to keep a secret (in case any ghouls come asking with mischief in mind).
New York Times bestselling author Stacia Deutsch has written more than a hundred children's books. In addition to her award-winning chapter book series Blast to the Past, Stacia ghostwrites stories in many popular series and has written junior movie novels for blockbusters such as Batman and Ghostbusters. She has an MFA from Western State Colorado University, where she currently teaches fiction writing. Stacia promises that no werewolves or books were harmed (or caused harm) in the writing of this book.