Tales From Weird Street

Publisher: Barrington Stoke

Review

Three friends are relaxing in the sun one afternoon and decide to pass the time by exchanging 'true' stories they have heard from friends or family.

Did a photograph warn Tom's grandfather about the imminent death of his brother? Can fortune cookies really predict the future? Could a haunted house be waiting for the reincarnation of the lost soul? Or are the stories the children tell just the result of coincidence or bad luck?

Interspersed with black-and-white illustrations to complement the super readable text, this masterclass in storytelling from a distinguished author is fascinating, entertaining and just creepy enough to leave readers feeling a little bit uneasy.

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