Review: EERIE ELEMENTARY #2: THE LOCKER ATE LUCY by Jack Chabert
I couldn't wait to read this installment because EERIE ELEMENTARY #1 was so exciting and so much fun--and so is this new story. If you've read one, you know that the Town of Eerie' s elementary school is not just haunted--but alive---and in this installment we'll learn how, and why, and just how "hhhhoorrrifying" that is!
Despite the "spooky" nature of this series, these stories are perfectly suitable for readers in.upper elementary, middle grades, and older. One aspect I think is important about these is that, like the young kids' books of R. L Stine, the stories help children to think through their unexpressed fears about monsters and "bad things" and give them vicarious opportunities to play hero, through the characters, kids like themselves.