A grown-up beast to watch the kid. But no way could he make the ground shake that way! A root, I thought excitedly. They're going to catch us. I turned back to stare at the enormous roller coaster, the wooden tracks rising up darker even than the night sky. Nat hunched down, hugging his knees. It waved a furry paw in a circle.
I tripped over it and hit the ground hard. Nat and I took off, chasing after Pat. The folds of hairless skin under its chin wobbled back and forth. Pulled my brothers down with me. I felt something brush against my thigh.
My cousin Ashley and I had never been on anything like it. I couldn't hear my own voice over the noise. He grabbed my arm and helped me to my feet. I pressed my back tighter against the wall. The song gave me the shivers. It was the size of a chipmunk, brown all over except for a white patch around one eye.
I counted four behind us. They make it to the Beast after being caught only to meet this strange, old man. Every chapter ended with a mini cliffhanger, which always made his books fun to keep reading and they're fast too. Some draped over the branches of the trees, dangling onto the forest floor. This stupid root couldn't hurt them. They ha James and his cousin Ashley are at an amusement park one night and Ashley wants to find out more about the ghost that is known to ride the beast every night when everyone is gone.
D, who died in a tornado as a child. First, it takes place in Kings Island, a place that is 5 minutes away from my house! Soon it would be completely dark. The beasts began to growl. But late one night the head starts to glow. I nearly fell into a deep mud patch. He turned to Spork and Gleeb.
The book is perfectly readable and fit for use, although it shows signs of previous ownership. So we have to stay right here. We jogged along the shore, then cut through the skinny, white-trunked trees and into the clearing. Nat and Pat loved to play this game. And I spotted a deep black scar on the side of Spork's nose. The hair on my arms stood straight up. But we're trying to get back together and go home.
The three beasts turned to the woods. Archived from on July 17, 2011. Her blond hair flew out wildly behind her head. Nat and Pat exchanged nervous glances. James and his cousin Ashley are at an amusement park one night and Ashley wants to find out more about the ghost that is known to ride the beast every night when everyone is gone. She's twelve and I'm twelve, but I think I look older. That was the most important rule of all.
Stine began his writing career when he was nine years old, and today he has achieved the position of the bestselling children's author in history. Twigs and branches snapped loudly in the air. Sweat ran down my forehead. So much for Fleg's rules. Which way should I go? I think even at my age some of these R.
Maybe we'll hear their voices along the water. I ducked as a thick branch swung at me. Was I shocked when it started to move! We raced across the clearing. What is so great about this book? Pat didn't raise his eyes from his Game Boy. The book also brings two of my other fantasies to life: ghosts and time travel. All we needed was to tag one beast. In their shade, it was nearly as dark as evening.