Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
Genre: Horror, Short Stories
Interest Level: Grades 5 - 7
Genre: Horror, Short Stories, Anthologies
Interest Level: Grades 1 - 2
Genre: Informational Text
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These simple stories resonate with even the most reluctant readers!
Tempt kids to read with books featuring big screen characters.
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