Babysitting Nightmares: The Twilight CurseBabysitting Nightmares (Volume 3)
Kat Shepherd; illustrated by Rayanne Vieira
"Fans of Goosebumps and the updated Baby-Sitters' Club graphic novels will find lots to like in this delightfully monstrous mash-up." —School Library Journal on Babysitting Nightmares: The Shadow Hand
Bad dreams take center stage in the third book of this spooky adventure series, Babysitting Nightmares: The Twilight Curse by Kat Shepherd!
When the town's old movie palace is converted into a theater, Maggie is thrilled to get a job helping with the first stage production. Even though she’s just babysitting an actor's daughter, Maggie is determined to learn everything she can about acting.
But a devilish ghoul seems to have other plans for the performance! It’s up to Maggie, Clio, Rebecca and Tanya to investigate. Can they vanquish the threat in time for opening night?
There are a handful of black-and-white illustrations by Rayanne Vieira for the key spine-tingling moments.
Read the whole series:
Babysitting Nightmares: The Shadow Hand
Babysitting Nightmares: The Phantom Hour
Babysitting Nightmares: The Twilight Curse
Babysitting Nightmares: The Vampire Doll
An Imprint Book
"A crackling, suspenseful tale of true sisterhood."
—Sarah Mlynowski, New York Times-bestselling author of the Whatever After series
MAGGIE ANDERSON SHIVERED in the December wind and looked up at the broken lights of the Twilight Theater’s faded marquee. “I heard that the reason this place has been closed so long is because it brought bad...
Praise for Babysitting Nightmares: The Twilight Curse
"These spooky stories of friendship and paranormal adventure will have young readers flipping pages well past their bedtime."
—Jennifer Chambliss Bertman, New York Times-bestselling author of Book Scavenger
"A wicked-fun friendship series, packed with deliciously creepy scares."
—Lauren Myracle, co-author of the New York Times-bestselling Upside-Down Magic series
"Fast-paced, action-packed, and just as fun as it is frightening. A sure winner."
—Jarrett Lerner, author of EngiNerds