What better time than Hallowe’en week to read about this creatures and beasts? Are these legendary creatures fact or hoax? You be the judge!
The Sea Serpent and Me (Grades K-2) When a tiny sea serpent tumbles from the bathtub faucet, a little girl finds an unexpected friend.
The Mystery of the Lake Monster (Boxcar Children #62) (Grades 3-5) While visiting the Adirondack Mountains, the Aldens hear stories about a monster in the lake and then encounter evidence that it may be real.
Animal Monsters: The Truth About Scary Creatures (Grades 3-5) We think of some scary-looking animals as monsters – but are all of them really to be feared?
The Boggart and the Monster (Grades 3-5) In this entertaining sequel to The Boggart, the mischievous spirit that haunts a Scottish castle must help his cousin the Loch Ness Monster evade high-tech discovery.
Mermaid Tales From Around The World (Grades 3-6) From Greece to China, these folktales and stories of sea-dwelling people will amaze and delight.
Bigfoot in New York City? (Grades 4-6) Have Cody Smith and his friends really found Bigfoot tracks in Central Park?
Monster Spotter’s Guide to North America (Grades 5-8) Your official guide to locating and identifying over 100 monsters and legendary beasts around the country – or in your own backyard.
Cryptid Hunters (Grades 5-8) Twins Grace and Marty are helping their uncle Wolfe track strange and legendary creatures in Africa – but the biggest mystery may be something quite different.
Mysterious America: The Ultimate Guide to the Nation’s Weirdest Wonders, Strangest Spots, and Creepiest Creatures (Grades 8-12) Veteran cryptozoologist Loren Coleman takes you on a tour of adventure and mystery, tracking baffling phenomena.
Loch Ness Monster and Raining Frogs: The World’s Most Puzzling Mysteries Solved (Grades 9-12) This intriguing work presents a collection of short, amusing, and informative examinations of history’s most confounding mysteries, including Big Foot, the Bermuda Triangle and crop circles.