Poison Apple #4: Now You See Me ... by Jane B. Mason

Poison Apple #4: Now You See Me ...

byJane B. Mason, Sarah Hines-Stephens

Kobo ebook | July 1, 2011

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This book has bite . . . When Lena and her best friend Abby find an old Polaroid camera, they never suspect that a creepy ghost story is about to develop! Best friends Lena and Abby love searching through thrift stores for lost treasures. When they find an old Polaroid camera, they can't wait to try it out. But the photos that develop are troubling -- things that weren't really there appear in the pictures. Creepiest of all is the image of a boy, dark and angry looking. He shows up, over and over, clearer each time. Can the girls discover what the ghost boy wants -- before it's too late?

Title:Poison Apple #4: Now You See Me ...Format:Kobo ebookPublished:July 1, 2011Publisher:Scholastic Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0545414911

ISBN - 13:9780545414913

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great book but not better than the others.. I love all the books from the poison apple series!! They're all so interesting, and when I start to read it, I don't want to stop! I want to keep reading and find out what's going to happen next! I have read mostly all the books from the poison apple series, and I really loved them! I even reread them sometimes when I am bored! The book "Now you see me" I felt was different, and I thought it was a little boring, compared to the others book in this Poison Apple series. I’m not saying it’s a bad book, I just personally think the others book in the serious are better.  I also thought it Might also be confusing for ages 10 or 9. To summarize this book really short, it’s about two best friends who find a Polaroid camera in a thrift shop. They realized in the pictures they took, there is a shadow of a boy in the back, getting closer and clearer each picture. They went to the thrift shop and everywhere to get information about this Polaroid camera and what the shadow guy wants from them. Overall this is a pretty good book; the target audience for this book is around ages 9-11. I would give this book 3 stars out of 5.
Date published: 2014-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Series This fourth book in the new series, Poison Apple Books from Scholastic, is not as dark as the previous book, but it was a great read. These books are geared for readers who enjoyed the softer and gentler Candy Apple Books but are looking to read something with a little more edge. This book is, in part, the story of best friends, Abby and Lena, and they are thrift store junkies. Lena has been searching for a Polaroid Impulse, a treasure she had been looking for because her cousin gave her a whole case of film for it. But shortly after getting it, strange things start happening. Things start showing up in the pictures that are not really there. First a water tower and then a boy, and with each succeeding picture the boy is clearer. But Lena is being haunted and haunted through her new prized camera. She needs to find out what the boy wants or needs because her life is starting to fall apart. Can she figure out the hints in the pictures and solve the mystery? This story was really fun to read. The story told from a photographer's perspective, with how to frame photos and compositions was an interesting twist. It is another good book in a great series.
Date published: 2010-11-03