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4.1  ·  Rating Details ·  10 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Andy Biggs's new life in the "burbs" is about to take a turn for the worse. An uninvited guest has moved into the stately old Victorian home he shares with his mom, new stepdad and baby sister. This weird little demon in a zoot suit has nothing but mischief on its mind and threatens to destroy Andy's home, school life and even his sanity.
Paperback, 222 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by New Leaf Books (first published January 1st 2010)
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I can already see kid’s imaginations running wild with this one…

Andy Biggs is just a teenage boy, who has had to go through his parents’ divorce at a young age. He tends to stick to one or two friends, and is for lack of a better word, a nerd. The story starts off on Andy’s birthday, Halloween. He is at home, when he starts to experience strange things. The “bullying” starts over an instant message, sent from an anonymous user. Eventually, a creature appe
Christina M Condy
Kritterkreep is a book which both young and old alike can enjoy. I read this book with my son who is 9 and we both agree that it was fabulous.

J.D. Gordon has created a fabulous group of Characters. We have Andy who is from a divorced home, living with his mother and step-father and baby sister. Surprisingly or not surprisingly he adores his baby sister and takes care of her if she wakes in the night at times. Since he is a young teen and a boy that is strange behavior to me but I'm oh so glad th
Feb 03, 2012 Susan rated it liked it
I found KritterKreep to be a very strange book. It was creepy in some parts, and might be a good story for middle grade to preteen kids. I didn't really care for it and found it hard to keep reading. Although the story was written pretty well, I just couldn't get into the story and my love a details was constantly being challenged. There were several parts where I found myself rereading parts to figure out what was going on.
I would not suggest this book for younger readers as there is quite a bi
Kayla Eklund
Dec 05, 2011 Kayla Eklund rated it really liked it
Kritterkreep was an a great book. It was pretty creepy, and kept me turning pages in anticipation of what would happen next. All of the characters were very well written. My favorite character had to be Elsa. She was pretty bad-ass towards the end of the book and highly intelligent. My only complaint is I wish at the end, the author would have specified more about what she is. That left me a little confused. I didn't really care for Chester or Melvin, and I thought they were both fairly annoying ...more
Oct 11, 2012 Connor rated it really liked it
kritterkreep is fantastic book, its kind of pacy in the end.
It is an easy and good book in my opinion.
Its very action packed.
I recommend KritterKreep to children 7 and up .
Randy Richardson
Randy Richardson rated it it was amazing
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Olga DiLenge
Feb 07, 2012 Olga DiLenge rated it it was amazing
This is JD's first book for teens. I really enjoyed it!
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21st Century Lite...: A free YA book from an author given to our group. 2 37 Oct 03, 2012 01:23AM  
Firefighter and paramedic-turned-author Jimmy (J.D.) Gordon was born and raised in Chicago where he developed a taste for the finer things that the Windy City has to offer - pan pizza, live blues and the Cubs.

Jimmy dropped into the world of literature, literally. After falling off a train and breaking his knee Jimmy had to spend quite a bit of time recuperating. While visiting the firehouse his p
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