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Scary Stories For Halloween!

Scary Stories For Halloween! - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Are you looking for something spooky this Halloween to satisfy your craving for the super-scary. Then check out Kidzworld's Halloween book review!

Halloween is just around the corner and that means all those ghosts and goblins, vamps and witches will be out in full force - even at your local library! Kidzworld has chosen a few of its fave spooky book series to get you into the Halloween spirit. Are you brave enough to tackle these reads? Find out!

Dive into the Ink Drinker series this Halloween.
C/O Random House
Author: �ric Sanvoisin

The Ink Drinker Series

There are four installments of the Ink Drinker series, which are about Odilon, Carmilla and Draculink - vampires who thirst not for blood, but for ink off the pages of books. They slurp up the ink through their ink-drinking straws and face adventure and drama at every turn. The Ink Drinker books are super-quick reads, each averaging about 50 pages. The latest book in the series is Little Red Ink Drinker and finds Odilon and Carmilla in quite the predicament. A strange turn of events leads the two to be sucked into the book they are drinking and they have no idea how to get out! The Ink Drinker books are perfect reads to get you into the Halloween vibe.

Rating:4

Debi Gliori's latest novel is Pure Dead Brilliant for Halloween reading.
C/O Random House
Author: Debi Gliori

Pure Dead Halloween Fun

Nothing is what it seems at the Strega-Borgia castle. There are mythical creatures, magical potions and a bunch of mysteries that need solving. There are three books in the Pure Dead series: Pure Dead Magic, Pure Dead Wicked and the latest addition, Pure Dead Brilliant. The books look into the lives of the Strega-Borgia clan and all the mystery that surrounds them. Titus and Pandora Strega-Borgia are at odds when Titus is named the sole heir to the Strega-Borgia fortune. But things don't get really creepy until a group of witches arrives to stay at the castle. Something's brewing but will the family figure out what it is before disaster strikes? Well, you'll have to join in on the spooky adventures of this creepy-crawly family to find out!

Rating:5

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