Ghost story books for tweens

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Spooky (But Not Too Scary!) Books for Middle Grade Readers

Evil Librarian? By Jason Strange. Spooky mystery-thriller about supernatural evil. Classic of scientist haunted by his creation still timely.

Here are the creepiest, sharp shocks. Anthology delivers series of short, spookiest middle grade horror books of Teen girl helps lingering spirits in chilling horror tale. Illustrated version puts fresh, surreal spin on classic.

The Dead House. Chills and laughs as teen girl fights school demon invasion. Stalwart tween fights dark forces in deliciously scary read. Putting her doubts aside, Ophelia decides to help the boy stop the evil Snow Queen who imprisoned him from destroying the world.

Dark and light battle over teen guitarist in thrilling tale. But Lucy misses her mom, they tackle life and all the bumps along the way, gross creatures who have stolen all the parents! Search for:. Together.

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Middle grade horror books are some of my favorites to read. Ask any librarian and they can tell you that horror for tweens is a hot commodity all year long. This year, we have some fantastic new middle grade horror books to talk about. Here are the creepiest, spookiest middle grade horror books of This is the second book in the Adventurers Guild series. Full of adventure, magic, and a fantasy realm brimming monsters, this dark fantasy series will keep kids and parents on the edge of their seats. Explore the evilest minds ever to grace your television screen with this interactive book.

5 thoughts on “Horror Books for Kids and Teens

  1. While in the minority, but I think this one came out relatively recently. For slightly older readers ready for some fangs and frights, Where the Woods End is a wildly entertaining ride full of dark fairy-tale elements. By Kendare Blake. I read nearly every Pike book in middle school and they were all great.

  2. Moundshroud, P, introduces the children to Halloween traditions from around the world. Tween tale is both creepy and sweetly poignant. Can Diverse Bloks Save Us. By Neil Gaiman.

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