Three Tales of Middle Grade Horror

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Book contains three horror stories suitable for ages 9-14:

Fairy Deception
Midnight Clearing
Which Witch? More

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About Rebecca Besser

Hi, I'm Rebecca Besser, a wife, mother, editor, and full time writer. I write fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for various age groups and genres.

I'm a graduate of the Institute of Children's Literature. My work has appeared in the Coshocton Tribune, Irish Story Playhouse, Spaceports & Spidersilk, joyful!, Soft Whispers, Illuminata, Common Threads, Golden Visions Magazine, Stories That Lift, Super Teacher Worksheets, Living Dead Presents Magazine, The Broke One, The Stray Branch, and The Undead That Save Christmas charity anthology. I have multiple stories in anthologies by Living Dead Press, Wicked East Press, and NorGus Press, and one in an anthology by Pill Hill Press; and a poem in an anthology by Naked Snake Press.

I'm a member of the Ohio Poetry Associtation (OPA), and Write-On Writers, a local writing group.

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Review by: Parents' Little Black Book Reviews on Jan. 20, 2012 :
I loved Three Tales of Middle Grade Horror by Rebecca Besser. The author does a great job of creating stories that would easily appeal to middle grade students while giving them twists that are unexpected and surprising.

As an English teacher, one of the best parts of this collection is that the stories are a managable length for students who are still developing their reading skills and might be put off by a long book. Each of the stories has a great surprise and they all have settings that are familiar enough that any middle grade student could easily identify with the characters.

I can easily envision students reading these stories around Halloween with the lights turned low and some scary mood music. I highly recommend this collection to those who are reading in the 6th to 8th grade level and want something spooky and exciting that would also inspire them to read more.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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