Great Spine Tinglers for Children
Recommended scary books for fourth to sixth graders.
Two friends go on a rescue mission to save a foundling baby--that has fangs and fur.
Horrifying, funny, and weird: these 33 minitales will haunt you.
Unsettling stories by such authors as Ray Bradbury, William Sleator, Edward Gorey, Roald Dahl, and Mr. Stine himself.
Young Twig, living among the woodtrolls, goes out into the Deepwoods to find out where he belongs.
Emily discovers that she has brought something extra back with her when she returns home from Scotland.
A storyteller's evil character comes to life in this creepy novel set long ago in Germany.
As Coraline explores her new apartment, she discovers some truly weird and creepy things.
Describes how sea monsters are portrayed in various cultures and in the movies.
Barnaby Grimes, a messenger who travels across London's rooftops to save time, is attacked one night by a huge beast.
When the Dial-a-Ghost agency, which finds good homes for ghosts, mixes up two requests, it's orphan Oliver's lucky day!
Corinna disguises herself as a boy and takes on the job of keeping the evil Folk under control.
Dr. Frankenstein intended to create a man from body parts, but he fears he's created a monster instead.
Charlotte's new house is haunted by a ghost who doesn't know she's dead.
Scary stories for those who want to be frightened.
Although William has grown up in the castle, the strange new noises he hears are frightening.
Nobody Owens, a living boy who resides in a graveyard with his nonliving family, must figure out why a dangerous man is trying to kill him.
Birdie has the world's most dangerous job, but she wouldn't trade it.
Gris Grimly's spooky art brings the familiar creepy tale to new life.
Think you know your nursery rhymes? Try out this collection of rewritten rhymes that feature vampires, ghouls, and mummies!
Fifteen monsters are described in this fun and comprehensive guide.