Morris Award finalist Cat Winters loves a good ghost story. Her knockout young adult debut, In the Shadow of Blackbirds, tackled World War I, the Spanish flu, séances, and the weight of souls. In her The Cure for Dreaming, 1900 Oregon was the backdrop for a tale of young woman freeing her suppressed independence during the rise of hypnotism.
The Girl With the Ghost Machine, by Lauren DeStefano, is a beautiful story about grieving, memory, and love that will grip young readers with its fast turning pages full of ghosts and hard choices, and leave them moved and thoughtful.
Everyone loves a good ghost story, but if you’re looking for an incredibly touching tale for your children, you’ll want to pick up New York Times bestselling Author Lauren DeStefano’s A Curious Tale of the In-Between.