Synopses & Reviews
Rock out with a zombie in the next spook-tacular episode of Scream Street. Bwah-ha-ha!
Deadstock, the worlds greatest zombie rock festival, is coming to Scream Street! Too bad Sir Otto Sneer is not in the mood for dancingand when he banishes the concerts headliners, the fleshmetal band Brain Drain, to the evil Underlands, he causes a riot. Now if Luke and his pals want to restore peace to the neighborhood (and find the fourth relic they seek), they have no choice but to follow the band . . . into the darkest depths of the earth.
Exactly the sort of grisly, gross and hilarious stuff that kids will love - Eoin Colfer
When Luke Watson turns into a werewolf for the third time, the Government Housing of Unusual Lifeforms (G.H.O.U.L.) moves his family to Scream Street -- a frightful community of vampires, zombies, witches, and sundry undead. Though Luke quickly makes friends, he vows to find a way to take his terrified parents home. The secret to opening the exit, he learns, is collecting six powerful relics the founding fathers left behind. But with a sinister landlord determined to thwart Luke at every turn, will he even get past the first hurdle alive?
After he turns into a werewolf, Luke Watson and his family are relocated to Scream Street, a frightful community of supernatural beings. This third spook-tacular story gets right to the heart of the mummy. Includes four collector's cards.
Scream Street has been shrouded in night for as long as anyone can remember. But things really look black when millions of spiders escape and cover everything with their suffocating webs. Luke Watson (boy-turned-werewolf), vampire Resus, and mummy Cleo are trying to combat the creepy-crawlies as they search for the third relic Luke needs to take his parents home - the heart of an ancient mummy. But Sir Otto is determined to fight them every step of the way!
About the Author
Tommy Donbavand is the author of the Too Ghoul for School series. An actor and writer for several educational magazines, he also teaches writing and holds storytelling workshops. He lives in Lancashire, England.