Great horror reads for teens.
In this horror novel parody, three snobbish girls are convinced that exchange student Helga is an avenging ghost.
This isn't a book about vampires or goblins; it's about real-life terrors, things that can actually happen to you.
Two best friends visit an illegal freak show where they encounter a vampire and a deadly spider.
Two boys succeed in creating a monster out of clay--and are terrified of the horror they have unleashed.
Kerry saves a man claiming he's a vampire; now she must trust him to save her family.
Eli discovers a shocking secret about his family while working for a scientist whose specialty is genetic engineering.
Dracula, king of the undead, sails to England to quench his thirst for blood.
Sixteen-year-old Susannah is a mediator, one who communicates with the dead, and she's also in love with a ghost.
Recently orphaned, Judith Sparrow moves into her uncle's large, forbidding house and hears tales of its terrible past.
Two teens discover that there really are modern-day plesiosaurs trapped in a Vermont lake.
Nore enters a terrifying world of trouble as she learns things about her new family and their strange home.
In a remote Maine town, sixteen-year-old Cynda is attracted to a mysterious stranger and falls under his power.
When the undead threaten their village, Peter's father must reveal his vampire-slaying past.
Tom's new job as apprentice to the village Spook is harder than he thought it would be--and much scarier.
Check out these scary stories that will make you laugh as well as scream.
Sarah, daughter of vampire-hunting witches, finds herself in a dangerous friendship with two vampires.
Kenny discovers that his house is haunted by the spirit of a boy who asks him to prevent his murder.
Diabetic Lucy Szabo has a theory: hundreds of years ago, slowly dying diabetics were the original "vampires." Is she right?