Book Reviews of The Beast from the East (Goosebumps, #43)

The Beast from the East (Goosebumps, #43)
The Beast from the East - Goosebumps, #43
Author: R. L. Stine
ISBN-13: 9780590568807
ISBN-10: 0590568809
Publication Date: 5/1996
Pages: 118
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Paperback
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Ginger Walk and her identical twin brothers, Nat and Pat, are lost in the woods. No problem. After all, Ginger did go to the stupid nature camp. Still, there's something odd about this part of the woods. The grass is yellow. The bushes are purple. And the trees are like skyscrapers. Then Ginger and her brothers meet the beasts. They're big blue furry creatures. And the want to play a game. The winners get to live. The losers get eaten...
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Ginger Wald and her twin brothers, Nat and Pat, are lost in the woods. No problem. After all, Ginger did go to that stupid nature camp. Then Ginger and her brothers meet the beasts.
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it's good.
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Ginger Wald is a 12yr girl who is camping in the woods with her two nature loving parents and her twin brothers who are hyperactive time bombs.

While playing hide-n-go-seek Ginger and her brothers get lost in the forest, they try to find their way back but soon find themselves in a very strange looking forest full of blue umblella trees,bunnies with razor sharp teeth,and other weird plant life.

They soon find themselves being hunted down by large blue bearlike animals with beady black eyes,thick blue fur,sharp teeth, and a big appetite.

They are soon forced the play a game called "The Beast from the East" a tag-like game in which whoever is the beast from the east at the end loses(In this case the humans get eaten). The main rules are simple stay alive until sunset. Simple enough right?
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Reader beware you are in for a scare.
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Great book for young people. Usually qualifies for points toward school reading goals.
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"Every beast for himself!

Ginger Wald and her identical twin brothers, Nat and Pat, are lost in the woods. No problem. After all, Ginger did go to that stupid nature camp.

Still, there's something odd about this part of the woods. The grass is yellow. The bushes are purple. And the trees are like skyscrapers.

Then Ginger and her brothers meet the beasts. They're big blue furry creatures. And they want to play a game. The winners get to live. The losers get eaten..."

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Back Cover Reads:
EVERY BEAST FOR HIMSELF!

Ginger Wald and her identical twin brothers, Nat and Pat, are lost in the woods. No Problem. After all, Ginger did go to that stupid nature camp.

Still, there's something odd about this part of the woods. The grass is yellow. The bushes are purple. And the trees are likeskyscrapers.

Then Ginger and her brothers meet the beasts. They're big blue furry creatures. And they want to play a game. The winners get to live. The losers get eaten...
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Ex lib book, nice lamanant cover!!! Inside--text great!