Publish date: January 1st 1948
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Pages no: 149
Edition language: English
This is one I've wanted to read for a long time. I remember asking my parents to get it for me and their refusing, on the grounds of its being about dolls and having a purple cover. Eventually they realized that it wasn't purple covered books that was making me gay, but that's another story. I found...
When you work at a library, it's not uncommon for discussion to center around books. So imagine, one day, my colleagues and I are discussing the juvenile classics of the 80s. (By the way, this conversation was birthed while browsing the pages of Paperback Crush by Gabrielle Moss.) From this conversa...
The Dollhouse Murders is the first chapter book that my sister ever read (over 25 years ago!), and ever since then she's been encouraging me to read it. I'm glad I did!The book, aimed at 4th-6th graders, is creepy and chilling without being too intense for kids in this age range. In fact, today's ki...
Hmm..... Nostalgia is wonderful, isn't it? I remember reading this book when I was still in middle school. It was my first ghostly mystery story and it had every little part of exciting, spine-chilling thrill, as far as I can remember. I was young and I was easily startled and this book had the elem...
I read this in middle school - just thinking about it so many years later still gives me goosebumps.
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