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Phantom of the Auditorium (Goosebumps, No 24)
Phantom of the Auditorium - Goosebumps, No 24
Author: R. L. Stine
Zeke is playing The Phantom in the school play, but it seems there may be a real phantom living under the stage.
ISBN-13: 9780590483544
ISBN-10: 0590483544
Publication Date: 10/1994
Pages: 126
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
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Publisher: Apple
Book Type: Paperback
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Brooke's best friend, Zeke, has been given the lead role in the school lay, The Phantom. Zeke's totally into it. He loves dressing up in the grotesque phantom costume. And scaring the other members of the cast. Brooke thinks Zeke's getting a little too into it. But then really scary things start happening. A messsage appears on a piece of scenery: "The Phantom Strikes!" A stage light comes crashing down. Is someone trying to ruin the play? Or is there really a phantom living under the stage?
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Brook's best friend has been given the lead role in the school play, The phantom. Zeke's getting a little too into the role and scaring other members of the cast. But then really scary thing start happening. Is someone trying to ruin the play? Or is there really a phantom living under the stage.
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" Brooke's best friend, Zeke, has been given the lead role in the school play, The Phantom. Zeke's totally into it. He loes dressing up in the grotesque phantom costume and scaring the other members of the cast. Brooke thins Zeke's getting a little too into it.
But then really scary things start happening. A message appears on a piece of scenery: "the phantom strikes!" A stage light comes crashing down.
Is someone trying to ruin the play?
Or is there really a phantom living under the stage?"


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