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It had started out as one of the most boring family vacations ever for Melanie and her brother--a trip to a dusty old inn. But all that changed when Melanie heard that the place was haunted. And then, she suddenly found herself alone, trapped in a hidden room . . . with a skeleton!

 
Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 6
Reading Level Grade 3
BISACS JUV018000
Copyright 2016
Publisher Bearport Publishing
Series Cold Whispers
Language English
Number of Pages 32
Dimensions 7 x 9
ISBN 9781627248082, 9781627248754, 9781627249355
Title Format Reinforced book, Hosted eBook, Savings Bundle
Dewey Fic
ATOS Reading Level 4.1
Guided Reading Level Q
Lexile Reading Level 660
Scholastic Reading Counts Level 3.8
AR Quiz Number 177282
Author Michael Teitelbaum
Illustrator Anthony Resto
 

SLC Review for Cold Whispers

This series provides eight spine-tingling tales to delight young readers in search of mystery and the macabre. Each of the tales focuses on a different location, from cemeteries and amusement parks to haunted houses and caves. These stories pack enough suspense, ghosts, vampires, monsters, and curses to satisfy children who are looking for “scary books.” Questions at the end of each book invite readers to use higher order thinking skills, making these titles appropriate for classroom reading and discussion. Glossary. Table of Contents. Recommended.

SLC Review for The Ghost at the Grand Inn

This series provides eight spine-tingling tales to delight young readers in search of mystery and the macabre. Each of the tales focuses on a different location, from cemeteries and amusement parks to haunted houses and caves. These stories pack enough suspense, ghosts, vampires, monsters, and curses to satisfy children who are looking for “scary books.” Questions at the end of each book invite readers to use higher order thinking skills, making these titles appropriate for classroom reading and discussion. Glossary. Table of Contents. Mary Jo Kelly, Ed.D., NBCT, Librarian, The Dufrocq School, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Recommended.

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