horror

Spooky Listens for October

One of my favorite things about October is busting out just the right spooky audiobook to get me in the Halloween spirit. There’s just something about taking an already terrifying book, then adding the right narrator and sound effects to make it an even more hair-raising experience.


Be warned – the titles below are not for the faint heart so listen if you dare!

Horror for Tweens

[mb} Scary FacesWelcome to another installment of Tween Reads!  This week the focus will be on horror titles, but keep your eyes peeled for other genres as the weeks go by.  This list isn’t meant to be exhaustive, but to give tweens and parents some initial guidance as they make their way over to the young adult shelves.  And some of these are titles that are new to the Children’s shelves or might have flown under the radar.  What are your favorite tween horror reads?

Wishing you a frightful Halloween

Waite till Helen Comes by Mary Downing Hahn, was originally release over 20 years ago, 

so why am  I still recommend it to young people?

 

 

 

 

 

Unfunny Books

Horrifying Graphic Novels

Shock

Stephen King – Not So Scary After All

Haunted HeartStephen King scares me. (See my other blog post this week.) But don’t you find that once you get to know someone, they don’t intimidate you as much as before? I plan to find out. I’m starting a 2008 biography of King written by Lisa Rogak, who also wrote biographies of Shel Silverstein and Dan Brown.

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