Paperback, 123 pages, 6x9, English
by Mark Seng Yang
A group of villagers flee during an attack — when their pursuers catch up, an ominous night brings unexpected phantoms. Kia visits her farmhouse only to find a creepy “friend” waiting for her. Twins must survive a week in a tree, and one of them learns you can’t trust who you think is coming. Little Lee hates that she’s “little,” but when Grandma becomes sick, being little is the only thing that can save the old woman. These tales and many more are reminiscent of stories told long ago in Southeast Asia. They are meant to scare, entertain and even teach.