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   Switching Channels, by Mike Ford  
 
  Novel, first publication in August 1998
 
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      It sees, like an average little town at first. But things are really, REALLY weird in Eerie, Indiana.

    SWITCHING CHANNELS
    A kid wakes up in Eerie one day and finds a shrunken head in his sweater. This big multicolored toad jumps out of the fridge. And at the breakfast table, the kid's Loopy Letters cereal spells out a warning. Just a normal morning in the universe's strangest town, right? Except for one thing: this kid's name is Mitchell. His next-door neighbor is Stanley. And their dull, drab town is boring. But later on, when they check out a powerful satellite dish in the Cable Stop store, the TV screen fills with static and shows the faces of two other kids. Kids who say they're "Marshall and Simon" and they're from Eerie, Indians--in another dimension. And the weirdness from their world is starting to spill out into Mitchell and Stanley's! With 2,000 channels, could one of the, be connecting the two Eeries? And is so, just how weird are things about to get?

     
     
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  • Eerie, Indiana (#13)

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