By R. L. Stine
No melting allowed!
Jaclyn used to dwell together with her aunt Greta in Chicago. yet now not anymore. They've moved to a spot referred to as Sherpia. It's a tiny village at the fringe of the Arctic Circle.
Jaclyn can't think she's caught out in Nowheresville. No motion picture theaters. No department shops. No not anything. Plus, there's whatever fairly abnormal concerning the village.
At evening there are unusual howling noises. And in entrance of each condo there's a snowman. A creepy snowman with a purple shawl. A deep scar on his face. And a very evil smile. . . .
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Beware, the Snowman (Goosebumps, Book 51) by R. L. Stine