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Minnesota Mall Mannequins (American Chillers #8)

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Was it was all a horrible nightmare? Did it never really happened at all? When manneuquins come to life with hopes of taking over the world, it seems like it is a dream. In this case, it is... an awful, awful dream.
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Published June 1st 2003 by Audio Craft Press
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Read into a scary and terrifying book as the main character an her classmates go into a fieldtrip to one of the biggest malls in the world and get trapped. Trapped with creepy, dangerous, and alive mannequins!
Jacey Mingerink
Loved this book so much I read it twice lol ;)
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Jaylyn Hodges
it was really good, i read it awle ago and im still scared of them..... lol
Ashley Horan
Love this :) does anyone know how to read it on here?
What a great book for kids! I really enjoy this series and plan to use parts of it in my classroom for visualizing. Great writing from the author. I think kids would love this book. Mannequins look strange as they are right now in stores, but wait until a younger person reads this book and finds out mannequins come to life!
BOB Racine 2012-2013. Read and created questions.

Science fiction thriller. Aliens have taken over the Mall of America. All the people are catatonic in the cave underground the mall. Mannequins are alive in the mall.

Good story for elementary school children. Lots of action.

Shelby Pontius
This was the only one that I read that really got to me (I was younger then though) Mannequins still give me the creeps!
Rachel P
this was so unrealistic i was laughing
it was a littil scary
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