Tad’s family vacation at Club Lagoona, a wet and wild water resort, seems like it will be nothing but fun in the sun. But not for Tad. He’s afraid of the water—and he should be. Because there’s something lurking beneath the surface of the club’s tremendous Atlantis pool. It’s big. It’s green. And it loves slow swimmers—for lunch!
Nancy goes to Connecticut to visit George’s Aunt Elizabeth—and lands right in the middle of a controversy. George’s aunt, among others, proposes a bicycle path instead of widening a dangerously winding country road, in order to save a rare species of bat. But a threatening phone call, a sinister warning hanging in the doorway, and a sabotaged car convince Nancy that much more than the bats are at stake.
Hope couldn’t wait to get to college. She was going to share a dorm room with her three best friends. Even better, her boyfriend, Darryl, would be living on the boys’ floor downstairs. Fear Hall was going to be a blast…until things take a terrifying turn.
Because of their popularity, books in series are great vehicles for fostering literacy among all types of readers, who are almost always adamant about reading every title in the series--in series order. Yet traditional information sources on children's and YA literature include very little about series fiction, so librarians often have difficulty managing this literature. This guide will be a rich resource and time-saver for librarians who work with children. It introduces users to the best and most popular fiction series of today, covering more than 1,000 series with over 10,000 titles, appropriate for elementary readers. Annotations also indicate series and titles accepted by some of the popular electronic reading programs (e.g., Accelerated Reading, Reading First). A numbered list of titles in the series follows.
Who's Been Sleeping in My Grave?; Stay Away from the Treehouse; Fright Knight
Author: R. L. Stine
Publisher: Aladdin Paperbacks
Category: Fear Street (Imaginary place)
Gathers three "Fear Street" stories, the first about a ghostly substitute teacher who wants company in the grave, the second about a spooky treehouse, and the third about children who are pursued by a haunted suit of armor.
Having always lost to Paul Boyd, who boasts he will get the most Halloween candy, Greg Romer decides to use a magic bag to make more candy, until he learns that the bag also makes other, more sinister, things.