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Encyclopedia Horrifica by Joshua Gee
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Jan 25, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: ya-novels, j-non-fiction

As a non-fiction selection by the ALA for reluctant readers, this is dead-on(haha). It does, as another reader suggest, read as a magazine, which does make it hard to read straight through, but does enhance its enjoyment in browseing and relating creepy stories and pictures to your friends. Though it was a teen pic, I would say even younger kids 10 and up might enjoy it. The book appeals both to today's boys and girls who are looking for a thrill, and is reminicant of increasing numbers of cable tv shows. It is a nice companion as well to the increased number of paranormal fiction being published.

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