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Publisher's Summary

When Sam and Monica arrive at Aunt Rhonda's house, she tells them, "Enjoy exploring my old house. But whatever you do, don't go into Dougie's room!" Why not? The girls wonder. Can they resist opening that mysterious door?Produced and directed by Matt Stine.
©2008 R.L. Stine; (P)2008 R.L. Stine
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By Amazon Customer on 05-26-17

Just Bad

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Even when I was 10 I don't think I would have liked this. The performers talk down to you, and the excessive description of being eaten has some weird vibes.

How could the performance have been better?

Less random laughing in the background

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By Immalee on 10-12-12

A Perfect Audio Book

This audio book was just what I was looking for - a short story for along the way to school for my son. Only 14 minutes, leaving enough time to discuss it. It fulfilled my every desire for an audio book - really great narrator-actors, (the best I've come across actually), a great story using vocabulary that my 5 year old could mostly understand, with a tad new words to challenge him somewhat and a crystal clear recording, which is so important for the car. We were literally captivated while listening.

This audio book's excellence turned out to be a problem in the end. It was so captivating that my son's imagination became hijacked by the story. Suddenly, he has become afraid in our house at night time and insists on never being left alone. Parents of young kids should know that there's a pretty scary monster in this one.

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