Reid, Rob
March 2008
Book Links;Mar2008, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p12
The article presents books related to suspense and mystery stories made available for children in the U.S. These include "Bearwalker," by Joseph Bruchac, "Dreadlocks," by Neal Shusterman, and "Life as We Knew It," by Susan Beth Pfeffer. In addition, a 10-Minute Selection section is presented which focuses on the most captivating chapter of the book.


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