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Zombies!

Evan Jacobs (author)

Publisher: Saddleback Educational Publishing ISBN: 9781630780289

"Leo the Liar" is in big trouble now. He's promised the toughest kid in school a photo of a real zombie. And he has to deliver. Now Leo knows there are no such things as zombies. But he wants to prove a point. Plus, he doesn't like being called a liar. So he sneaks out late at night and finds more than he ever bargained for. Can he save himself and his family from a zombie swarm?

The Lost House

M.G. Higgins (author)

Publisher: Saddleback Educational Publishing ISBN: 9781630780319

No way will Tiggs and Jess be able to raise $700 for soccer camp. Time is running out. Tiggs may be replaced as keeper on her team, something she does not want to happen. At the last minute, the girls are asked to clean an old and possibly haunted house. The job will pay exactly what they need. But what they find inside may keep them trapped there forever.

The Gift

Jim Westcott (author)

Publisher: Saddleback Educational Publishing ISBN: 9781630780272

Zeke's parents have split up. His dad is hurt and angry when Zeke sides with his mother. But Zeke's emotions go on a crazy roller coaster ride when he's visited by a mysterious kid that only he can see ... until he finds out his grandpa can also see the ghost. Zeke's world is rocked in new ways when he finds out that he can see and talk to the dead.

Scary Story Reader

Richard & Judy Dockrey Young (authors)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9780874833829

Back by popular demand, these timeless, scary and spine-tingling thrillers are collected together for young readers.

Scared Witless

Martha Hamilton, Mitch Weiss (author), Kevin Pope (illustrator)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9780874837964

Kids love to tell stories among themselves, and the two most popular types are funny stories and scary stories. Scared Witless delivers double dividends - it contains thirteen stories that are funny and scary. These tales are surefire entertainment for sleepovers, summer camp and parties.

Ghost Stories from the Pacific Northwest

Margaret Read MacDonald (author)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9780874834376

In this collection of eerie tales, a ghostly gazetteer chronicles the numerous contemporary accounts of Northwestern hauntings and other strange happenings reported around British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon. The typical Northwestern ghost almost always appears alone, in the form of a faint, often grayish wisp.

Queen of Cold-Blooded Tales

Roberta Simpson Brown (author)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9780874834086

Twenty-three original, horrific tales of vengeful spirits and nefarious supernatural creatures are made all the more sinister by the comfortable, contemporary settings of these cold-blooded tales.

Favorite Scary Stories of American Children

Richard & Judy Dockrey Young (authors)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9780874835632

Everybody loves a scary story and nobody more than kids, but these tales collected from kids themselves - are particular favorites. These traditional scary stories are the ones that kids ask for the most. Children love to hear how Wylie outwitted the terrible Hairy Man, how Skunnee Wundee and an unexpected friend got the best of the fierce Stone Giant. Shivery stories of vengeful ghosts, spooky stories of witches and spirits, and giggly stories that turn fear into fun are part of this collection. Symbols precede each story to indicate the most appropriate age group. The stories in this multicultural collection come from the Ozark Mountains, the desert Southwest, even Japan and Hawaii, as well Native American tribal stories, Yiddish tales, and even Laotian legends.

Ghost Stories From the American South

W.K. Mc Neil (author)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9780935304848

More than 100 tales of the supernatural, drawn from Tidewater Virginia to the Lone Star State, are included in this collection. The author, W.K. McNeil's introduction traces themes peculiar to the South, such as the screaming bridge and the levitating railroad light. Line drawings contribute to the mood of the stories and an index references various Southern localities by town and state.

Ghost Stories from the American Southwest

Richard & Judy Dockrey Young (authors)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9780874831740

Over 140 spine-tingling tales from the hills of the Missouri Valley, the mesas of Texas, the great plains, the swamps of the Bayou and even the cities of California. These classic, timeless ghost stories range from the Monster of Mongollon Run, to the Blue Lady, to the Wolf Girl to Haunted places, to Native American spirits and to ghostly lights.

Classic American Ghost Stories

Deborah Downer (author)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9780874831184

Young or old, playful or terrifying, clad in the brocades of the 16th century or the jeans of today, the phantoms of these tales vary as much as the places they haunt. Whatever their demeanor, wherever they are, however their actions are explained or dismissed, these ghosts have a common power: anyone reading this anthology will see that they still haunt us today.

Tales to Frighten and Delight

Pleasant DeSpain (author)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9780874839166

A collection of nine traditional scary stories from various parts of the world, including Japan, Uruguay, and other countries. The stories are sure to entertain young readers.