Read-Them-If-You Dare Horror Tales for Tweens
In this creepy collection, San Souci draws on myths, legends, and folk tales to create 13 completely new stories, all featuring boys and girls from 8–12 as leading characters.
With surprises around every corner, popular author Mark Teague takes readers on a funny, outrageous adventure when the small, sleepy town of Vern Hollow is invaded by a flying saucer filled with ridiculously inept aliens.
Here are four frightening and suspenseful tales of human greed, evil tendencies, and sorrow, including Stevenson's classic chiller about the darker side of the human personality: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, with an introduction from best-selling author Garth Nix.
Vampires, ghosts, monsters, and more! Encyclopedia Horrifica invites you to join our quest for the terrifying truth about all things ghoulish and ghastly. But beware! Surprises lurk at the turn of every page.
The Alienest meets Dracula in this gripping, gothic-horror thriller from young UK phenomenon Chris Wooding. Thaniel, just seventeen, is a wych-hunter. He must track down the fearful creatures that lurk in the Old Quarter of London. While hunting, he first encounters Alaizabel Cray.
Take the bait! Dive into three new stories from the library
Adam and David go canoeing. Trouble awaits them in the water. The hungry kind of trouble.
Katie screams when she sees a mouse. And another one. And another one. And another one.
After seventeen-year-old Bella begins living with her father in Forks, a small town in the Olympic Peninsula, she is haunted by Edward Cullen, a mysterious and handsome boy at school who she later learns is a vampire. Unfortunately, Bella falls in love with him and puts her life at risk just to be with him.