[KINDLE] ❤ Trick of the Light ➜ Jackie Vivelo – Sigilo.us

[KINDLE] ❤ Trick of the Light ➜ Jackie Vivelo – Sigilo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 124 pages
  • Trick of the Light
  • Jackie Vivelo
  • English
  • 24 January 2018
  • 9780399214684

Trick of the LightThese Nine Stories Touch On Chilling And Unnatural Happenings Happenings For Which It Is Hard To Find A Logical Explanation What Did Happen To The Trouble Making Crowders How Did The Dog Ransom Avenge His Master Why Did Willis S Thoughts Turn To A Boyhood Game Of Marbles As He Lay Injured On A Battlefield Where Was The Disappearing Story In The Fireside Book Of Ghost Stories Who Were The Children Of Winter What Was The Game Of Statues And Was It Really A Trick Of The Light That Made Meredith See A White Dog Instead Of A Flowering Bush These Are Stories To Be Read At Dusk, Just As It Is Beginning To Be Dark And Mysterious Outside But Be Sure You Have A Light Close By To Chase Away The Shadows

Jackie was the author of than fifteen books, including the hugely successful Super Sleuth series, published in hardcover by Putnam and later as best selling book club paperbacks In addition to mysteries for intermediate readers, her books include picture books award winning short story collections and nonfiction, ranging from textbooks to the widely acclaimed, co edited We Wait in the Dark

15 thoughts on “Trick of the Light

  1. says:

    Back in grade school, I was reading books of scary,spooky stories by the dozens, most of which have since dissolved into the recesses of my memory However, there was one collection of tales whose offbeat approach to the fantastic and supernatural has alluded me for years it contained a story which I have never forgotten, about two book loving brothers, and how when the younger sibling was accidentally knocked into a coma, the elder read to him until he awoke That story, Reading to Matthew , and the book that contained it, ha...

  2. says:

    A book of not so scary short stories I enjoyed reading it but expected it to be scary This book would be a good scary book for early readers who are easily spooked.

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