112 pages, 8.51 × 5.58 × 0.56 in
September 9, 2014
Feiwel & Friends
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1250040949
ISBN - 13: 9781250040947
Read from the Book
1MALIK AND TIANA The Rice children, Malik and Tiana, often played Treasure Hunt together—especially during the oven-hot days of summer. They had never discovered any actual treasure, but that didn’t stop them from trying. Some days they found golf balls, weird rocks, old bottles. Mostly the hunt was just an excuse to wander under the cool umbrella of the dark woods. It was, they agreed, a good way to kill the blistering, hot days.Besides, you never know. As Malik said, “We’re not gonna find treasure, Tiana, if we never go looking for it.”Malik was ten years old. He was “the responsible one.” The serious one. Good teeth, clean hands. The boy who could be trusted to look after his little sister, wild Tiana, and keep her from harm.Malik didn’t mind. Not much, anyway. He might even tell you that he loved his sister’s wild black curls, her thin muscular arms, the way she seemed to float across rooms in yellow dresses. On some days, of course, Malik would frown and darken his gaze. It was hard to always be the responsible one. Like a weight he carried on his shoulders, day after day.“No, Tiana, get off that ledge.”“Put that down, Tiana. That’s glass.”“Not now, Tiana, Daddy’s sleeping. Leave him be.”Their father, Mr. Charles Rice, worked nights at the factory. Malik never figured out what exactly his Daddy did there, except that he returned home bone-tired and ready for bed. Right about the time most folks were getting up! Because of that simple fact—“Papa needs his sleep”—there wa
From the Publisher
Welcome. Have a seat. The doll will move if you ask nicely. She's got a story to tell. But be warned. One-Eyed Doll isn't just any tale. This is a Scary Tale.
Meet Malick Rice and his sister, Tiana. Two kids who love to hunt for hidden treasure and are about to make their biggest find yet. A small box, locked tight, buried behind a deserted house. A box meant to stay buried forever. in this bone-chilling tale from James Preller and Iacopo Bruno.
About the Author
JAMES PRELLER is the author of Six Innings, Bystander, and the Jigsaw Jones series. He lives in Delmar, New York, with his wife, three kids, two black cats, and not-so-scary dog.
IACOPO BRUNO is a graphic artist and illustrator who lives in Italy.