Be Careful What You Wish For (Classic Goosebumps #7)
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Samantha Byrd is a klutz. An accident waiting to happen. And that makes her the least popular member of the girls' basketball team.
But all of that is about to change. Sam's met someone who can grant her three wishes.
Too bad Sam wasn't more careful when she asked for each one...
It's another fan-favorite prequel to R.L. Stine's blockbuster GOOSEBUMPS HORRORLAND series. Now with all-new bonus materials including an author interview and more!
Mom shrugged. “Don’t ever ask me to explain your sister,” she replied dryly. She turned to the kitchen cabinets. “Go get dressed, Sam. You don’t want to be late.” “What a beautiful morning!” I exclaimed. “Yeah. Beautiful,” Ron repeated, yawning. “You must have had some terrific dreams or something, Sam.” I laughed and hurried upstairs to get dressed. I couldn’t wait to get to school. I couldn’t wait to see my friends, to see the halls filled once again with talking, laughing faces. Pedaling
my bike as hard as I could, I grinned every time a car passed. I loved seeing people again. I waved at Mrs. Miller across the street, bending to pick up her morning newspaper. I didn’t even mind it when the Carters’ terrier came chasing after my bike, barking his high-pitched yips and nipping at my ankles. “Good dog!” I cried gleefully. Everything is normal, I told myself. Everything is wonderfully normal. I opened the front door to school to the sound of crashing locker doors and shouting
run. I didn’t know where I was running. And I didn’t care. I just knew I had to run away from her. “Sam — wait! Wait up!” I turned to see her chasing after me. “No — please! Go away! Go away!” I screamed. But I could see her pick up speed, her sneakers thudding against the sidewalk, starting to catch up. I turned into someone’s yard and ran behind a hedge, trying to lose her. I didn’t really know what I was doing. I had no plan, no destination. I just had to run! I was running through
I wish I’d never met you!” I cried to the Crystal Woman. “I wish Judith had met you instead of me!” The crystal glowed brighter until the red light surrounded me in its glare. When it faded, I was standing on the edge of the woods. Whew! I thought. What a relief! What a great break! I’m so lucky! I could see Judith and Clarissa standing in the shade of a wide tree. They were huddled together, talking intently. This is the perfect revenge! I told myself. Now Judith will make a wish — and her
with them. I tried not to be noticed. I was still simmering about the tapioca pudding disaster and wanted as little contact with Judith — or anyone — as possible. I mean, I was really feeling glum. And watching Judith sink a twenty-foot jumper, catch her own rebound, and scoop a perfect two-handed shovel pass to Anna wasn’t helping to cheer me up one bit. Of course, things got worse. Anna actually passed the ball to me. I muffed it. It bounced off my hands, hit me in the forehead, and rolled