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Horace, a photographer's apprentice, doubts the existence of ghosts until mysterious happenings begin taking place all around his world.
 
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*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?hauntings+and+horrors'''Hauntings and Horrors: The Ultimate Guide to Spooky America'''] by Susan Cohen
  
 
*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?Coraline'''Coraline'''] by Neil Gaiman
 
*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?Coraline'''Coraline'''] by Neil Gaiman

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A flash of lightening brings the statue of Belladonna to life. As 12-year-old Poppy and her friend Emma watch in terror, Belladonna gathers a stone army from gardens and churches. Can they stop Belladonna and her army?

Horace, a photographer's apprentice, doubts the existence of ghosts until mysterious happenings begin taking place all around his world.

Good for older J readers ready for younger YA, this book is about what happens when Coraline steps through a door and into another house very similar to her own but not one where she wants to stay.

Two siblings spending the summer at their grandmother's inn in Vermont cannot resist the urge to "haunt" the place. However, their ghostly pranks go awry when they awaken a dark spirit. Now they must uncover the secret of the inn before it is too late.

A boy obsessed with horror films dreams of transforming himself into "The Boy of a Thousand Faces."