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Nightwood

By: Patricia Windsor

Casey, Gena, and Maryann can think of a way better use of a week than a senior trip to Washington, D.C. Casey's plan is simple. Ditch the trip to D.C., camp out at her parents' amazing cabin in Delonga,...

The Ghost of Lizard Light

By: Elvira Woodruff

Fourth-grader Jack Carlton is miserable: His family is moving across the country and he might never see Iowa or his best friend again. But Jack can’t help cheering up when he sees his new home —...

Wicked Cruel

By: Rich Wallace

Have you ever heard an urban legend?   In this trio of terrifying tales, three boys have a close brush with the unknown as they encounter ghostly horses who run the streets at night, phantom farm...


Wicked Cruel

By: Rich Wallace

Have you ever heard an urban legend?   In this trio of terrifying tales, three boys have a close brush with the unknown as they encounter ghostly horses who run the streets at night, phantom farm...

A Haunted House in Starvation Lake

By: Gloria Whelan
illustrated by: Lynne Cravath

Dawn Zonder is finally starting to feel at home in Starvation Lake with all her new friends when she finds out she might have to move again. If only Dawn could convince her family to stay in Starvation...

Rich and Famous in Starvation Lake

By: Gloria Whelan
illustrated by: Lynne Cravath


The Pricker Boy

By: Reade Scott Whinnem

Some stories draw blood. Some truths won’t stay buried.He was human once, or so they say. The son of a fur trapper, he was taunted by his peers and tricked into one of his own father’s traps....

The Pricker Boy

By: Reade Scott Whinnem

Some stories draw blood. Some truths won’t stay buried.He was human once, or so they say. The son of a fur trapper, he was taunted by his peers and tricked into one of his own father’s traps....

Are There Bears in Starvation Lake?

By: Gloria Whelan
illustrated by: Lynne Cravath

The kids from Starvation Lake are all excited about their trip to the ecology center . . . all of them, that is, except Baylor. Just the thought of being outdoors makes Baylor sick. The cold and the germs...