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Publisher's Summary

This spine-tingling middle-grade collection brings together Skeleton Man and The Return of Skeleton Man - two modern classics that will chill you to the bone. R.L. Stine, best-selling author of the Goosebumps series, raved: “This book gave me nightmares!”

Molly’s father grew up on the Mohawk Reserve of Akwesasne, where he learned the best scary stories. One of her favorites was the legend of Skeleton Man, a gruesome tale about a man with a deadly, insatiable hunger. But ever since her parents mysteriously vanished, those spooky tales have started to feel all too real.

Things go from bad to worse for Molly when a stranger shows up one day and claims to be her great-uncle. A ghostly thin man she’s never seen before. A man who reminds her an awful lot of the Skeleton Man. But he couldn’t possibly be the same person from her father’s tale...could he? 

It’s up to Molly to uncover the truth about this fearsome figure and rescue her parents before it’s too late.

This two-in-one collection is perfect for fans of R.L. Stine, Ellen Oh’s Spirit Hunters series, Holly Black’s Doll Bones, and any young learner who loves a good thrill.

©2001, 2006 Joseph Bruchac (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

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