Crystal and her brother Cole are having a cluckin’ good time in the small town of Goshen Falls… that is, until they clucked up by upsetting the local witch, Vanessa. Now there’s no clucking way they can show their faces anymore, because they’re turning into mother cluckin’ chickens! Reader beware, you’re in for a Thinner ripoff.
Jack Johnson’s had it. He had that one hit song in the mid-2000s, but since then, it’s been drier than a nun on Easter. But everything is about to change. Because Jack just dug up the coolest book. It’s called Flying Lessons. It tells how humans can learn to fly. Poor Jack. He didn’t notice the book was by Harrison Ford. But now that Jack’s learned how to fly, he’s about to crash back into Earth… Harrison Ford-style…
R.L. Stine decides to use the comma in baffling ways, resulting in much discussion about grammar and almost none about the book itself.
We play a 90s PC game. It may or may not have Jeff Goldblum.
Ricky Beamer wants revenge for getting fired from the school newspaper, so he concocts a plan to get back at Tasha, the head editor. Only his plan backfires, and now he’s getting late night calls… strange calls, weird calls… from creepy sex predators. I mean, creepy alligator monsters.