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New Arrivals - Kids - Scary Stories

"When Carolina Giddle moves into the Blatchford Arms, no one knows what to make of her sequin-sprinkled sneakers and her trinket-crusted car. But the parents are happy there's a new babysitter around, and Carolina seems to have an uncanny ability to calm the most rambunctious child with her ghostly stories. Armed with unusual snacks, candles to set the mood, and her trusty sidekick - a tarantula named Chiquita - Carolina entertains the children with some good old-fashioned storytelling and, at the end, a great Halloween party."--ProQuest.

At the dawn of the age of silent films, a mysterious filmmaker proposes turning Penelope Tredwell's sinister stories into motion pictures. With Monty as the star, filming begins but is plagued by a series of strange and frightening events of which only thirteen-year-old Penny can uncover the cause.

"When ghost boy Kaz's haunt is torn down and he is separated from his ghost family, he meets a real girl named Claire, who lives above the town library with her parents and her grandmother. Claire has a special ability to see ghosts when other humans cannot and she and Kaz quickly form a friendship."--Amazon website.

Twelve-year-old Lizzie is now an established member of Fitzy's Circus, but when the circus arrives in Kensal Green they are plagued by accidents and sickness--and Lizzie needs to put her psychic talents to use to solve the mystery of a graveyard haunted by a devil hound.

In nineteenth-century London twelve-year-old Lizzie Brown wants nothing more than to escape from the slums and her drunk, abusive father, so finding work and friends in a passing circus seems like a dream come true--but when she starts to have visions she finds herself confronting the mysterious phantom of London.

Scooby Doo and the gang are on the Magical Mystery Cruise, through the Bermuda Triangle, and the reader chooses which mystery to pursue--dangerous criminals, confused passengers, or a real ghost.