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R. L. STINE

Nightmare Hour

Level 1

HORROR | MYSTERY | THRILLER

With Stine, you know what to expect. Simple language, stories with at least one twist, stuff to scare little kids. If you’re looking for a relaxing read, or if you’re a reluctant reader, this is the stuff for you.

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The Mighty Miss Malone

CURTIS, Christopher Paul

The Mighty Miss Malone

Level 1

FAMILY | GROWING UP | HISTORY

Despite all her hardship, Deza is a cheerful, positive heroine, captivating because of her optimism. While telling this story in a vignette-like fashion, Curtis (as in his other books) provides penetrating insights into the hardships of life—especially for black people—during the Great Depression of the 1930s.

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