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I need your suggestions also!  As a child I was discouraged from reading Alice in Wonderland because it was too fanciful and unreal and my grandmother wouldn't teack me Tschaikovsky because he was too modern!  But I have some wonderful middle school boys who come almost daily to the East Blue Hill Library so suggestions will be appreciated - and I might even read them and fill the holes in my soul left by my Victorian upbringing!  Thank you. Marge Longwood
 > Date: Thu, 7 Mar 2013 11:39:58 -0500
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> Subject: [MELIBS-L] middle school horror suggestions
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> Oh Great and Wonderful Collective Brain~
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> I am in the throes of ordering, and need suggestions for quality
> middle-school level horror books.  There is quite a demand for them, and I
> am not a horror reader myself, making this is a weak spot for me.  Other
> than R.L. Stine and Mary Downing Hahn, do you have suggestions for 6th-8th
> grade titles?  I will compile the answers and post them if others are
> interested.
> 
> Andrea Terry
> Richmond Middle/High School
> Library Media Technician
 		 	   		  

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