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Dan Poblocki
Dan was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and lived in Woonsocket and Lincoln before moving to Basking Ridge, New Jersey when he was eleven years old. Dan now lurks in Brooklyn, NY.Growing up in small towns shaped Dan's imagination. He was always curious what was out in the dark of the woods or... show more

Dan was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and lived in Woonsocket and Lincoln before moving to Basking Ridge, New Jersey when he was eleven years old. Dan now lurks in Brooklyn, NY.Growing up in small towns shaped Dan's imagination. He was always curious what was out in the dark of the woods or just over the horizon. Often, if he and his friends didn't have an answer, they would make one up. He still does.Visit the author at danpoblocki.com.
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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 3 years ago
This was pretty spooky, definitely fulfilling if you're looking for a campfire ghost story type feel. If I would have read it at night, I would have had that prickly back feeling.
Brenna M's Book Blog
Brenna M's Book Blog rated it 4 years ago
THE HOUSE ON STONE THROW'S ISLAND Dan Poblocki Paperback, 272 pages Publisher: Scholastic Press (2015) ISBN-10: 0545908019 ISBN-13: 978-0545908016 I've read one other Dan Poblacki novel and find that I really like his stories. The House on Stone Throw's Island is fast paced and kept my interes...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 5 years ago
Many of my students at school were reading this book and conveying to me how creepy it was, so I had to read it. After reading it though, I have to say, I think it was more mysterious and adventurous than creepy. My students are 5th and 6th graders and I am a substitute teacher so I get a lot of boo...
beishir
beishir rated it 6 years ago
Since reading John Bellairs' Lewis Barnavelt series, I have been looking for something with the same feel. I think I found it with Dan Poblocki."The Stone Child" is a dark, YA tale that doesn't insult the intelligence of older readers. Tying in myths and folklore, Poblocki puts together a creepy sto...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 6 years ago
Neil and his sister Bree are new in town. Since their father left, their mother has been slowly falling apart. She decided she "needed some time" so she sent the kids to stay with her sisters. Neil is looking for something to think about besides his mother maybe being crazy. So, when he hears the st...
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