The Lost Lullaby - Jason Segel (Paperback)

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Barcode
9780385744300
Department
Books
Released
12 Sep 2017
Supply Source
USA

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Authors
Jason Segel
Kirsten Miller
Karl Kwasny (Illustrator)
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Yearling Books
Series
Nightmares!
Language
English
Number of Pages
336
Dimensions
210 x 140mm (361g)

Summary

<b>&ldquo;<b><i>Coraline</i> meets <i>Monsters, Inc.</i></b> <b>in this delightfully entertaining offering from actor [Jason] Segel and co-author [Kirsten] Miller.&rdquo; &mdash;<i>Publishers Weekly, </i>on book one in the series</b><br> <b><br>Stay up late with the hilariously frightening middle-grade novel <i>Nightmares! The Lost Lullaby.</i></b> You thought the nightmares were over? You'd better keep the lights on!<br>  </b><br>Not since he faced his fears has Charlie had so many bad dreams. Whenever he falls asleep, he finds himself in a Netherworld field, surrounded by a flock of CREEPY BLACK SHEEP.<br><br> They&rsquo;re not counting sheep. They refuse to jump. In fact, they don&rsquo;t do much at all. Even eerier, though, is that it&rsquo;s not Charlie&rsquo;s nightmare. Somehow he&rsquo;s trapped in <i>someone else&rsquo;s </i>bad dream. And he&rsquo;s pretty sure the twins ICK and INK are responsible.<br><br> Charlie and his friends thought they&rsquo;d put the twins out of business, but it seems they didn&rsquo;t quite finish the job. Now the WOOLLY NIGHTMARES are closing in, and INK has shown up at Cypress Creek Elementary! Charlie is convinced that INK is up to NO GOOD. And if he&rsquo;s right, it could be a very long time before anyone&rsquo;s dreams are sweet again.<br><br> <b><u>Praise for the Nightmares! series</u></b><br><br> &ldquo;Charlie Laird, who learns fear will eat you alive if you feed it, makes an impression, and . . . <b>readers will want to accompany him again.</b>&rdquo; &mdash;<i>The New York Times Book Review</i><br><br> &ldquo;<b>A touching comical saga</b> . . . about facing things that go bump in the night.&rdquo; &mdash;<i>US Weekly</i><br><br> &ldquo;<b><i>Coraline</i> meets <i>Monsters, Inc.</i></b> in this delightfully entertaining offering from actor [Jason] Segel and co-author [Kirsten] Miller.&rdquo; &mdash;<i>Publishers Weekly</i>

Juvenile Fiction