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Stranger with My Face

By: Lois Duncan

Have you ever been haunted by the feeling that someone is spying on you, lurking around your house and yard, even entering your bedroom? Are your friends plotting against you when they say they've seen...

The Hound of the Baskervilles

By: Arthur Conan Doyle

For generations the curse had hung over the Baskerville family. Now another life had been claimed by the mysterious and terrifying beast. Was it a demon or an animal lurking on the desolate moor? Would...

A Christmas Carol

By: Charles Dickens

"Bah Humbug!" That's how Ebeneezer Scrooge feels about Christmas--until the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future decide to show the crotchety old miser the error of his ways. Together...


Down a Dark Hall

By: Lois Duncan

Why does the exclusive boarding school Blackwood have only four students?Kit walks the dark halls and feels a penetrating chill. What tterror waits around the next corner?

Stampede of the Supermarket Slugs

By: Bill Doyle
illustrated by: Scott Altmann

Fast on the fins of Attack of the Shark-Headed Zombie is Bill Doyle's second tale of magic and mayhem.Mr. Cigam has a new job for Keats and Henry. All they have to do is capture one little slug in the...

The Third Eye

By: Lois Duncan

When Karen closes her eyes, the visions come. Through time and space, she sees a place where stolen children sleep. And if Karen denies a young policeman’s request for help, the children may never...


Locked in Time

By: Lois Duncan

It doesn't occur to Nore to take the dream-warning seriously. Her new stepmother and stepbrother seem nice. But why does Nore feel so uneasy around them?Maybe she should have listened . . .

Gallows Hill

By: Lois Duncan

Role-playing takes on a terrifying cast when 17-year-old Sarah, who is posing as a fortune-teller for a school fair, begins to see actual visions that can predict the future. Frightened, the other students...

A Gift of Magic

By: Lois Duncan

When the old woman died, she left each of her grandchildren something very special. For Kirby, the gift of dance. For Brendon, the gift of music. And for Nancy, the most extraordinary gift of all . . ....