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Monday, 21 January 2013

Goosebumps Horror land: Little shop of hamster

KVK Student     22:09:00  No comments

                                             
This book is a very interesting book in which a little hamster will turn into a monster. This is the 14th book in the Horror Land Series.
In this book a child named Sam and his friend lexy is very fond of animals.And their city was a horrorland.After school when they werewalking through the street they saw a little shop called Little shop of hamsters.where they helped the owner to his work feeding the hamsters.Sam and Lexi loved it vrey much and said to their parents to buy one.His parents were sure that he was not responsible and game some tests.Sam thought of an idea. After school he will begoing to the shop and look after the hamsters.One day when he was feeding the hamsters , one hamster snash  the chocolates which was in Sam's pocket and ate them.Suddenly the hamster became a monster. At last , with the help of the owner itself he got free from the hamsters and never asked one to his parents .
The auther is R.L Stine.
                                                                                                            J Afreen Zaibu
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