Mystery Underground captures the spirit of scary monster mysteries in thirteen campfire-style short stories in every book. Upper elementary and middle school readers are invited to read a scare Heroes A2Z follows the adventures of three superhero kids who fight crime before bedtime. Over one hundred illustrations compliment these humorous chapter books for all elementary readers. Knightscares transports tween readers to a world of monsters, magic, and mystery.
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Michigan Monsters: Mystery Underground, Book 1 (Unabridged)
Since the publication of his first book in , David has given more than 1, entertaining and educational book talks at schools and libraries with co-author Charles David Clasman. They appear regularly at bookstores, festivals, and art shows. David lives in West Bloomfield, Michigan with a patient wife, a semi-patient son, and a demanding dog. At least two of them usually need a haircut.
Mystery Underground #3: California Creatures by David Anthony
When not writing or reading, David plays tabletop games with his son, engages in social media, and roots for the Detroit Red Wings. Real heroes read! This audiobook contains 13 scary short stories set around the state of California. Listeners will encounter werewolves, sharks, saber-toothed cats, and other mysterious creatures of legend Mystery Underground is a collection of scary short stories for kids, middle grade listeners, and everyone who likes a good scare This book contains 13 scary short stories set throughout the state of Michigan.
Listeners will encounter werewolves, zombies, giant spiders, Bigfoot, and more Mystery Underground is a collection of scary short stories for kids, middle schoolers, and everyone who likes a good scare. The stories combine the monsters and mystery of Goosebumps with the surprise endings of The Twilight Zone David Anthony. What happens when they come to life? The rugged land deserves its name.
Claire and her father are about to find out why. What they find, however, is the deadly Man in the Gray Suit.
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The kids don't believe them, of course. Not really. Not until they encounter monsters of their own. Its location is a carefully guarded secret. So, too, is the existence of the mysterious Red Mother. He's glad it's the start of the weekend. His sister, though, is the superstitious type. When she challenges him to a series of dares, they both learn the real danger of the day.
Imagine his shock when the terrifying answer chases him through the streets. They never suspect that the prison isn't empty and that its ferocious inhabitants stalk the night. So why are orange lights glowing in the windows on Halloween night? More importantly, what do Harper, Lindsey, and Max find when they peek inside? What if some of it is real? Kaylee and Sydney find out when they visit the movie monster zoo. She's excited about becoming a teenager, but her mother is absolutely ecstatic. Exactly what kind of gift does she have waiting for Kendra downstairs?
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Mystery Underground: Michigan Monsters (A Collection of Scary Short Stories)
More filters. Sort order. Note: Even though this is Book 3 in the series, it works just fine as a stand alone. This is another great collection of spooky tales for the whole family. I expected great things from this book since Frightening Florida was so wonderful and I was not disappointed. Some tales are based on local myths or legends while others have a more modern bend to them.
A few of the tales stood out for me. I loved the tale that have grandparents who claim to be monster hunters The Boot. Toll to the Troll was also awesome. I will never look at Alcatraz the same way again. This collection of tales has a good balance of humor and scary.
For instance, The Man in the Gray Suit had me laughing over the corny surfer slang. Often the various characters, almost all of which are kids, tease each other adding a few chuckles to even the scariest stories. California Creatures is great for all ages as any sad ending to the heroes is left off scene and merely implied in the ending. I liked that most tales left things open ended so I can imagine my favorite heroes escaping at the last second… or being eaten or such if I felt they needed a dramatic ending.
The collection is full of little surprises. A dragon!?! Some weird fountain of youth?