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Tracking Your Nightmare (Graveyard Diaries #1)

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Jared Jenson lives next to Woodland Cemetery at the far corner of Marshfield. He used to think it was funny that he and his best friend, Stan, live by cemeteries, but now its starting to creep him out. In his dreams each night, he sees people dragging bodies through the cemetery . . . until he is dragged for real! Ghostly grave robbers think he is supposed to be buried in ...more
Hardcover, 127 pages
Published September 1st 2012 by Calico Chapter Books (first published January 1st 2012)
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Jill
The first in the "Graveyard Diaries" series, "Tracking Your Nightmare" taps into the whole zombie/vampire/werewolf/ghost craze and just in case that wasn't enough to make it something a kid would want to read, it utilizes diary entries to tell part of the story. The question is, it it successful? It might be for a young kid who doesn't care that there are wholes big enough to drive a mack truck through in it. For me, I would have given it two stars, but I think there are some kids who will enjoy ...more
Jori
A story of four boys who formed a discussion group called, "Zombie Hunters" to talk over things they've heard or witnessed. Of course, soon it was no longer who had the scarier story anymore when two ghosts appear dragging a body ...and for whatever reason have it out for Jared.

Alright, I liked the way the author decided to get rid of the ghosts. It fit in for a children's novel about the scary stuff so it wasn't too frightening of a way to get rid of them.

Read for my Wednesday class.
Linda
My grandson gave me this book to read. He is in second grade and really enjoys reading. I read it today and now we're going to spend some time discussing it. It was a very "spooky" book. I can see why it held his attention!!
Jose Morales
I liked it I`m going to read the whole series
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