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Ten-year-old Portia Bennett and her friend Jason continue to search Toronto for clues to the origin of the purple monster, Jellaby--but things turn dangerous when they are confronted with a tentacled monster with a taste for children.
Ten-year-old Portia Bennett and her friend Jason continue to search Toronto for clues to the origin of the purple monster, Jellaby--but things turn dangerous when they are confronted with a tentacled monster with a taste for children.
As Portia and Jason follow clues to get Jellaby back home, they encounter a monster with a healthy appetite for destruction and must get out of his sight before Portia becomes his next meal.
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