1. The tagged. I loved the friendship that develops between Ollie, Coco, and Brian. The creepy atmosphere was great, too.
2. The Christmas Appeal by Janice Hallett. So far, I've loved all her books.
I loved this eerie MG book. I‘m on a MG horror kick, and this is one of my favorites. There is good action throughout the book. Themes of friendship and grief are expressed in the book as well. 4.5 stars
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1. I also love Jolobokaflod, though I‘ll have to miss it this year.
2. I love the word searches and seeing what other people are reading. Just today, I learned that Janice Hallett has a Christmas novella out that I‘ m excited about.
3. Cold outside, warm inside with blankets and hot tea or coffee.
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I really enjoyed this middle grade ghost story. I wished I would have discovered it for the Scarathlon. It had just the right mix of spookiness and fun. While the last third did seem to drag a bit, the ending was well done. In the end, it was a tale of friendships regained through adversity.
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In preparation for my surgery on Friday, I checked out a lot of MG horror. The tagged was a recommendation from my local librarian.