The Little Shop of Nightmares 2: The Lost Teeth

Reading material

English pdf

Original title: Painajaispuoti: Hampaat hukassa

Published: 2019

Publisher: WSOY

Class/genre: Middle-Grade

Pages: 60

Part of a serie: The Little Shop of Nightmares

Book 2: The Little Shop of Nightmares: The Lost Teeth

Nina goes to buy ice cream after her first work day at The Little Shop of Nightmares. But at the ice cream shop she discovers a vampire – without teeth! Nina decides to help vampire Lucas, and find him new teeth from Mr. Krook’s shop. But while they look for the teeth it turns out that other things have gone missing too…


Rights sold:

FINLAND: WSOY (orig.)
CZECH REPUBLIC: Euromedia
DENMARK: Vild Maskine
ESTONIA: Postimees Publishing
GERMANY: Egmont Schneiderbuch
HUNGARY: Cerkabella
NETHERLANDS: De Vier Windstreken
NORWAY: Fontini
RUSSIA: Teenbooks Publishing / Kompas Guide
SWEDEN: Hegas
TURKEY: Epsilon

We are very excited to be the Czech publisher of this slightly scary but absolutely lovely series. We can’t wait to invite our smallest readers to the charming fantasy world of the Little Shop of Nightmares.

Jana Michalikova, Editor, Euromedia, Czech Republic

We are very happy to discover The Little Shop of Nightmares. It is a fun series ideal for children who have recently begun to read independently. With its hilariously captivating narratives and quirky illustrations, the books present a whole exciting world for the target audience.

Piret Veigel, Publisher, Postimees Publishing, Estonia

This is a fun and fast-paced story, and 9-year-old Nina is a funny girl. It gives the message we need to work for our dreams in such an under-handed way. It’s sweet. Magdalena Hai’s brilliant humor and storytelling is a perfect match with Teemu Juhani’s fantastic illustrations. I was looking for a funny horror-ish story for middle-grade readers for a while now. I think I find a great one with The Little Shop of Nightmares Series. 

Tugce Nida Gokırmak, Epsilon, Turkey

Magdalena Hai


Magdalena Hai is a lover of cross genre fiction and all things strange, and her fiction often combines elements of sci-fi, fantasy and horror. Besides writing Hai teaches writing and is an active member and editor in the publishing co-operative Osuuskumma.

Bibliography


Magdalena Hai

The Beggar Princess

2012, Young Adults


Magdalena Hai

The Grumblebelly Cat

2017, Picture Book


Magdalena Hai

The Third Sister

2018, Young Adults

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