Spine Tinglers for Children
Recommended scary books at fourth to sixth grade reading levels.
Horrifying, funny, and weird: these thirty-three mini-tales 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 collection of thirty-six eerie, mysterious, intriguing, and very short stories by several acclaimed authors.
As Coraline explores her new apartment, she discovers some truly weird and creepy things.
These illustrated tales tell of the strange and terrifying wild creatures living in the Lumberwoods.
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.
Florence goes to live with her great-aunt and great-uncle in Crutchfield Hall but soon realizes the manor is haunted.
Nobody Owens, a living boy raised by ghosts, must figure out why a dangerous man is trying to kill him.
A sinister stranger stalks young Hoodoo Hatcher in rural 1930s Alabama.
Lucy and her younger sister find a broken doll that has astonishing powers and a sinister agenda.
Corinne must call on her courage and an ancient magic to stop an evil spirit and save her island home.
Gris Grimly's spooky art brings the familiar creepy tale to new life.
These short stories from American Indian cultures across North America feature witches, walking dolls, hungry skeletons, and other supernatural beings.
When two children find work at a decrepit mansion, they are confronted by an ancient curse that threatens their lives.
A collection of thirteen short stories showing how horribly wrong food, jobs, and even a bed pillow can be.
An ancient fox storyteller presents eight interwoven tales to seven fox kits.