8 Spooky Middle Grade Books

Just in case you or a kid in your life happen to be looking for something to read for Halloween, here are a few I’ve enjoyed! And let me know in the comments if you have anything you’d add to this list.

8 Spooky Books for Middle Grade Readers (book titles in post.)

And for two that celebrate the season without getting scary, try

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6 Responses to 8 Spooky Middle Grade Books

  1. Oooh, I don’t do a lot of spooky stuff myself, but here are some classics I can definitely recommend:
    Coraline, and The Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaimon
    The Time of the Ghost, by Diana Wynne Jones. Also Witch Week, which is less spooky.
    Castle Hangnail, by Ursula Vernon. More funny than spooky. Which Witch, by Eva Ibbotsen is in the same vein.
    The Nest, by Kenneth Oppel. Very creepy!

  2. Woohoo, I see lots of great titles! And two on my TBR (The Forgotten Girl and Nightbooks one day I will get to it). I would second The Nest. When you get to Hide and Seeker, I’m sure you’ll find it’s also a good fit for this list. 🙂

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