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Nightmareland (Scary Tales #4)

3.52 of 5 stars 3.52  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Welcome. Have a seat. The wolves will wait. Let us tell you a story. But be warned. Nightmareland isn’t just any tale. This is a Scary Tale.

Meet Aaron Wheeler, who just got a strange, new video game. A game that sucks Aaron right in. All alone, caught in a snowstorm, a howl comes from the nearby woods. And there is no way out….

Prepare yourself for the next installment of
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published June 10th 2014 by Feiwel & Friends (first published January 7th 2014)
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I really love these for the pre-teen set who want something spookier than average, but not heart pounding terrifying. These always have just the right amount of chill in them. Perfect for this time of year, reluctant readers, and short story fans.
Clover Donovan
Pretty creepy & fun. It's perfect for the Halloween season.
Andrea Labonte
A must read if you like scary tales. This one wasn't too scary but it was about a boy that gets lost in a game for real and the only way he can be saved is by finishing the game. His sister Addy, who is not a gamer, with a help of a guy she knows from school, who is a gamer, tries to beat the game. Read to find out what happened to Aaron and his family. A must read.
Ms Threlkeld
Well-written and engaging horror book aimed at the 3rd/4th grade set. This book sucked me in and I read it in one sitting (although that may not be saying much since it's pretty short and the font is a tad large). I will definitely recommend this to students next time they ask for a creepy story.
Sarah Hay
Not too creepy, probably good for 9-10 year olds who are looking for a scary book.
Tamara the Librarian
Another great scary books students will love.
This would be a great book for kids that are fans of video games and creepy books.
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James Preller (born 1961) is the children's book author of the Jigsaw Jones Mysteries, which are published by Scholastic Corporation. He grew up in Wantagh, New York and went to college in Oneonta, New York. After graduating from college in 1983, James Preller was employed as a waiter for one year before being hired as a copywriter by Scholastic Corporation, where he was introduced (through their ...more
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