Here’s a list of frightfully good books perfect for the spooky season of Halloween and beyond. There are tales for mystery buffs, paranormal aficionados, wizard and witch fans, and those that dabble in chasing zombies.
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From the many middle grade books that release this month, we’ve picked 16 of the best new middle grade books for kids ages 7 through 12. You’ll find non-fiction, sports fan fiction, an outstanding Raina Telgemier graphic novel, contemporary tales, an embarrassingly honest look at growing up, a novel in verse, and a hilariously scary chapter book perfect for the upcoming spooky season.
Ridley Pearson is a New York Times best-selling author with over 45 novels published in 22 languages in 70 countries. He has had his novels adapted to both network television and the stage. Ridley has earned a reputation for writing fiction that “grips the imagination.”
The best elementary and middle grade books of 2013, as picked by the editors and contributors of The Children’s Book Review.
If reading is in your child’s blood, and even if it isn’t, he will be frightfully excited to bite into these entertainingly creepy chapter books.