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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Legends, Myths, Fables / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:52
  • eBook ISBN:9781483546377

A Devil In The Pines

by Stephanie Armiger

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Overview
It was a cold, dark, autumn night, and Bobby and Jason and their dad are lost in the eerie darkness of the South Jersey Pine Barrens. Little did Bobby and Jason know that this very night they would encounter the most frightening creature ever to enter their wildest imaginations. A 223-year-old legend would once again prove that legends never die! In the story "A Devil in the Pines" Bobby and Jason meet up with the Jersey Devil for the first time; but it won't be their last. But while they are fighting for their lives, where is Dad? Why does he leave them and what is he doing out there in those dark woods all alone?
Description
It was a cold, dark, autumn night, and Bobby and Jason and their dad are lost in the eerie darkness of the South Jersey Pine Barrens. Little did Bobby and Jason know that this very night they would encounter the most frightening creature ever to enter their wildest imaginations. A 223-year-old legend would once again prove that legends never die! In the story "A Devil in the Pines" Bobby and Jason meet up with the Jersey Devil for the first time; but it won't be their last. But while they are fighting for their lives, where is Dad? Why does he leave them and what is he doing out there in those dark woods all alone?
About the author
Award winning author Stephanie Armiger was born and raised in South Jersey where she learned about the legend of the Jersey Devil as a child. She is also the author of "Baby Hannah's Journey," "I, Annie Moore," "A Devil In The Pines II, New Blood," a full length musical about the Statue of Liberty entitled "Bartholdi's Lady," and a play about the first female serial killer called, "Lady Bluebeard." She studied art in college and is a graduate of the Institute of Children's Literature. She is the mother of four grown children: Alison, Nathan, Ryan and Hannah.
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