In my experience as a student and as a teacher when 3rd, 4th or 5th graders are given the freedom to select books for pleasure they race for the collection of scary stories. When I was a kid there was a wait list for these books. In my classroom and as teacher I had to pry them from student’s hands on their way out the door. Campfires are a favorite place to share and pass along this creepy lore, and to contribute to this summer past time, we have selected a collection of scary stories for our older readers.
To read why GBJCL selected the August House Book of Scary Stories as our August Book of the Month selection for older readers, click here.
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