Poison Apple #2: This Totally Bites! by Ruth Ames

Poison Apple #2: This Totally Bites!

byRuth Ames

Kobo ebook | July 1, 2011

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Poison Apple Books: Thrilling. Bone-chilling. These books have bite! Twelve-year-old Emma-Rose Paley has always felt different from her bubbly, outgoing parents. Unlike them, Emma-Rose has pale skin and jet-black hair, is quiet and moody, and prefers gray weather to sunshine. She also hates the taste of garlic, has very sharp incisors, and loves rare burgers. When Emma-Rose uncovers a dark family secret, she has a sudden revelation. Could Emma-Rose be a real, live vampire?
Title:Poison Apple #2: This Totally Bites!Format:Kobo ebookPublished:July 1, 2011Publisher:Scholastic Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0545356997

ISBN - 13:9780545356992

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Book is ......Amazing This book is so fun. it's realistic but it still has vampires, romance but not too much romance. i'd definitely tell everyone to try this book out!
Date published: 2015-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great book The book "This totally bites" from the poison apple series is an awesome book! I loved all the books from this series. When i started to read this book, i did not want to stop! when i read the first 2 chapters in this book, i got into it, and wanted to keep reading it. Specially close to the end of the book! it was so intense ! i just wished it kept going on so i can keep reading! It has a really good story to it, and its interesting. No one would regret reading this book after they're done, it was just an awesome book, i was really into the book! i wish it kept going on! it was so interesting, while reading i was excited what was going to come next!  This book is about a girl, who looks like a vampire, has pale skin and jet-black hair, is quiet and moody, Also HATES the taste of garlic, She finds out more stuff and in the end.. she maybe IS a vampire.  I personally LOVED this book! and i love all the other books in the "poison apple series" 
Date published: 2014-03-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really good This book was really good. I just wish she was a vampire in the end.
Date published: 2012-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chomp Chomp In this great new series from Scholastic Press, Scholastic Goes Goth. It is shaping up to be a dark off-shoot of their popular Candy Apple Books. This new series, Poison Apple Books, starts with 2 out this spring, one in August and another in the fall and it looks amazing. These books explore such things as ghosts, vampires, haunting and other darker tales. Unlike most fluffy books for young girls these tales have a little more grit but still have some humour and really fun reads. Emma-Rose Paley is a twelve year old with a love and fascination with all things dark, from her black and purple wardrobe, to her black shag rug in her room, with pink skull-and-crossbones wallpaper. She is not quite what you expect from a middle grade student. Her mother would prefer if she wore pastels and acted a little more girly, but what can you do with a stubborn girl? Then her great aunt Margo arrives from Transylvania - tall, dark, ageless and cold to the touch. Emma discovers her family comes from Transylvania, and her great aunt looks ageless. She also looks just like Emma-Rose with dark hair, blue eyes and sharp incisors. Emma now thinks that she has uncovered the reason she is so different; she just might be a vampire, just like her great aunt. Soon she hopes so, for she is finding an inner strength from seeing herself as a vampire. She stands up to the class president, plans the school dance, and believes she has been invited to a ritual to turn her from a fledgling into a full fledged vampire. Her best friend Gabby thinks that she is crazy and this causes a rift between them that seems irreparable. While at the library, she meets Henry Greene, a guy from school she likes and who, it appears, is into folklore and legends, and he thinks that she just may have something. This second book out is in a new Scholastic imprint, Poison Apple Books. It is cool, hip, and fills a niche for those attracted to something a little darker at a younger age.
Date published: 2010-03-31