Werewolf Weekend (Tales from the Scaremaster Series #2)

Werewolf Weekend (Tales from the Scaremaster Series #2)

by B. A. Frade

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780316316231
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication date: 09/06/2016
Series: Tales from the Scaremaster Series , #2
Pages: 176
Sales rank: 911,464
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Growing up on the edge of a graveyard, in a house rumored to be haunted, B.A. Frade seemed destined to write spooky stories. B.A. spent years investigating haunted attics, mysterious creatures, and things that go "boo" in the night to become an authority on all things creepy and scary. B.A. lives and writes in a location we promised to keep a secret (in case any ghouls come asking with mischief in mind).

New York Times bestselling author Stacia Deutsch has written more than a hundred children's books. In addition to her award-winning chapter book series Blast to the Past, Stacia ghostwrites stories in many popular series and has written junior movie novels for blockbusters such as Batman and Ghostbusters. She has an MFA from Western State Colorado University, where she currently teaches fiction writing. Stacia promises that no werewolves or books were harmed (or caused harm) in the writing of this book.

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Werewolf Weekend 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Seroisly dude?B.A. Frade?Thats your code name?
19269684 More than 1 year ago
When I received this book, I just knew it had to be one of those books I read with my son. He's not in to horror, but spooky stories are a thing for him too. Heck, he read and played the Five Nights of Freddy thing before I knew of it! So we decided to write this review together. We began Wednesday, Sept. 8 and finished it a few days later! It was such a fun ride, we couldn't stop reading! For the first time, since fifth grade, he was more eager to read a book than I was! He said it was more than funny, excitable and so interesting, WE finished it in four days! The only reason we didn't finish it sooner is because it's a book we're reading for school. When my boy is happy and excited to read, I feel I've accomplished a great deal. Last year, we read some pretty cool books, but this one is number one so far! Check out this cool read. I don't know when the second book will be released, but the epilogue already has us hungry for more! The story is about a girl who find a book that's totally meant for her. Meaning, the book wanted her to find it. But what she doesn't realize is, there's a plan with her name written all over it, and it tells her. YES, the book speaks with her and she follows along, like a nut! It's not until a sleepover that she realizes how much trouble they're all in. And what is that thing that's lurking outside, that the book keeps telling her about? What I think we enjoyed most was the ease of the story. It was perfect for his age, maybe even a bit simple to get in to and kept us hooked until the very end. There's a huge difference of interest between Joshua and I, yet we both were caught up in the mystery and haunting lead that kept our main character in trouble.. It's not a mega-hit hit, but for the middle graders who want the scare without all the fright and gore, just like Goosebumps, this is the read! Check it out while we move on to the next read. Cheers! *For the full review: http://www.areneehunt.com ** Tales From the Scare Master: Werewulf Weekend B. A. Frade & Stacia Deutsch Little Brown Books for Young Readers September 6, 2016
KarenfromDothan More than 1 year ago
Sam and Emma are best friends. Sam’s into all things science related, and Emma likes to write stories, especially horror stories. When Emma comes into possession of an old leather bound journal, strange things start to happen. I like the author’s pen name, B.A. Frade, it’s appropriate for the genre she’s chosen. An appealing novella written for middle graders, it features a mysterious journal containing,Tales from the Scaremaster ,and has a surreal quality mixing science with fantasy. There is some science here; information about the moon is woven into the plot. No characters were harmed in the writing of this book and it isn’t too scary. Fans of the Goosebumps series are sure to like this one. It would be a good story to read for Halloween.
Holly More than 1 year ago
Werewolf Weekend is the story is how a secret comes out at the worst possible time! Emma is twelve years old and so excited to spend the weekend at her best friend, Samantha's house but with a newly found notebook that seems to have a mind of it's own, nothing is gonna go right. With Samantha's two cousins also staying over and with a full moon on Saturday night, Emma notices that the cousins are being a little too weird but Samantha doesn't notice anything out of the ordinary. It all leads to a full moon and secrets coming out about the notebook and what the cousins are really hiding in a shocking ending that will leave you howling for more! I really enjoyed this book and I think it would do really well for kids! For me, it's almost like a Goosebumps Series from R.L. Stine and you can't go wrong with a book like that!! It would be interesting to see where this series is going since we are left with a page or two of what is to come in the future and to me it looks to be a great series that will have kids scrambling to get their hands on! Thank You to B.A. Frade for starting a series that reminds me books I used to read from my childhood!! I received this book from the Publisher in exchange for a honest review.