Monday, October 29, 2018

The Creep Factor

Halloween is nigh upon us and in keeping with the season, today’s post lists creepy stories. Nothing like getting scared for fun and nothing better than closing a book to get away from all that creepiness. Not like in real life.  Sleep well, Everyone.


The Girl in Red by Roberto Innocenti

Half-minute horrors by Susan Rich (super-short, short stories)

Wolves in the Walls by Neil Gaimon (Picture Books)

Middle Grades

Clay by David Almond

Coraline by Neil Gaimon

The Crowfield Curse by Pat Walsh

Lost Boy by Greg Ruth (graphic novel)

The Nest by Kenneth Oppel

Skeleton man by Joseph Bruchac

Senior high

Jackaby by William Ritter

The Lottery by Shirley Jackson (graphic novel)

Tales of Terror by Edgar Allan Poe (short stories)

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll (graphic novel/short stories)


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