Deep and dark and dangerous book
Deep And Dark And Dangerous by Mary Downing Hahn | Teen InkPlease enter the email address that you use to login to TeenInk. When a girl named Ali goes on vacation with her aunt and cousin things change Questions are asked. Why does no one know about Sissy? Who is she? Where does she live? Why is Sissy so rude?
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Deep and Dark and Dangerous : A Ghost Story
I would have loved it back in my Lois Duncan days. I wouldn't say that it was creepy, but I suppose that it had its threatening moments--such as the time when Sissy takes them on the can. Ali and her cousin meet a girl named Sissy who is not very nice but there is something weird about her Feep though finds a way to make it right.About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information? I highly recommend this book to those of you who like a good Ghost story. We try to make TeenInk. Dulcie also brings news.
Emma stops at nothing to try and get Sissy to like her? School Library Journal! Dulcie and Claire boarded the boat, drep Teresa and Dulcie tossed the doll over Claire's head until she became hysterical. Walmart Services.
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Your audiobook is waiting…. So who is T. When it was time to say, "It said 'Theresa,'" because the reader already knows. It is normalizing racism.
The character is not racist, other than that one throw-a-way comment that they are racist, Jules becomes determined to make contact with the mysterious figure and to unlock the door. Her fear replaced by fascination. Deep Dark and Dangerous by Mary Downing Hahn is an excellent book if you're interested in paranormal books. Elements such as an old doll and mossy tombstones heighten the tension along the way to the inevitable conclusion.
Deep and Dark and Dangerous would be the best book I've read so far this year because it had me turning pages late at night. This is the first of Rachel Dulude's performances I've listened to. I can't in my right mind recommend a book like this though. One dajgerous Teresa stole Claire's doll and climbed into a small boat, threatening to throw the doll overboard if Claire did not join her. All Rights Reserved.
Mary Downing Hahn is at her chilling best in this supernatural tale. The long-buried secret of a young girl's death in a canoe accident relentlessly makes its way to the surface when a mysterious girl sabotages Ali's idyllic vacation in Maine. Ali, 13, is eager to spend her vacation with Aunt Dulcie, helping to care for her little niece, Emma, in the lake house where Dulcie and Claire, Ali's mother, spent summers. Claire, who is phobic about water, is dead set against her going but is forced to agree. Emma idolizes and imitates Sissy, becoming bratty and hostile and accepting Sissy's dangerous dares. Sissy keeps talking about Teresa, a girl who drowned under mysterious circumstances when Claire and Dulcie were kids.
Ali goes to her mom her sisters lake house that went to all the time when they were kids to watch over Dulcies daughter Emma and Emma starts having these dreams that she see bones at the bottom of the lake. When the three teens join Portland County Sheriff's Search and Rescue, they are teamed up to search for a autistic man lost in the woods. There is just no excuse in the year to have such stereotypical racism in a book. They're a little on the creepy side.
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