Spooky Books – Recommended by You!

October 19th, 2019 by

As Halloween approaches, there are some things you can always count on: Neighbors put decorations on their houses, friends start working on their costumes, and we here at Kidsmomo attempt to practice self-restraint and not eat all the candy that we buy for trick-or-treaters. (Sorry, brb, gotta get a chocolate bar…)

As you get ready for the ghoulish festivities on October 31st, now’s the perfect time to check out some spoooooooooky books for the season. Here are a few recommendations from Kidsmomo readers like you:

tookTook by Mary Downing Hahn

Reviewed by Ike, Age 10 from New York

“Read this book and follow the story of Daniel and Erica… The house they move into is a house in the middle of nowhere that is not in good condition. … In their town they live in strange disappearances have happened…”

Read Ike’s full review and check out another review from Abygail-rose (also age 10)

the-collector-kr-alexanderThe Collector by K.R. Alexander

Reviewed by Taylor, Age 10 from Missouri

“I think that you should read it because it’s about a little girl name Josie and her sister named Anna, they just moved in with their grandma, and they meet a girl named Vanessa… Annas grandma has strange rules, the first one is never leave your windows open after dark, the next one is no dolls in the house and last is never ever go by the house in the woods…”

Read Taylor’s full review and check out another review from Meara (also age 10)

Frozen Charlotte by Alex Bell

Reviewed by Cassie, Age 11 from New York

“This book is about a girl who’s freind dyes the night they played the ojie board Sopie goes to Skype to warn her family that see let out Rebeca her cousin who died at the age of 7. And then Sopie finds out that Rebecas sister had killed her…”

Read Cassie’s full review

If you have a favorite spooky book that you want to share, leave a comment below!

Happy haunting!

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