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Quirk Books | Sep 25, 2012 | Middle Grade (8-12) | ISBN 9781594745928

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    Quirk Books | Sep 25, 2012 | 160 Pages | 5 x 7 | Middle Grade (8-12) | ISBN 9781594745911

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    Quirk Books | Sep 25, 2012 | Middle Grade (8-12) | ISBN 9781594745928

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    Listening Library (Audio) | Jan 29, 2013 | 172 Minutes | Middle Grade (10 and up) | ISBN 9780804122849

Praise

“Middle school memories won’t be the same once you jump into Charles Gilman’s Tales From Lovecraft Middle School series.”—Florida Times-Union

“The lenticular covers alone makes the Tales From Lovercraft Middle School books worth buying.  But the books are really good, too.”—Super Punch
 
“…highly entertaining…”—Horror News

“Ideal for middle schoolers or older, it’s an action-packed paranormal treat, with lots of weird, unexplainable happenings.”—Lansing State Journal

“This first entry in a series is a fun read…The mysteries of Lovecraft offer plenty of excitement, and reluctant readers will likely stick around to see just how this story ends.”—School Library Journal

Tales from Lovecraft Middle School is perfect for younger paranormal fans and a great way to have a good time that scares you just enough to keep the pages turning.”—BookSlut

“These books are hilarious and gross and charming and bizarre and, basically, totally entertaining.”—Ben H. Winters, author The Mystery of the Everything and The Secret Life of Ms. Finkleman, a Bank Street Best Book of 2011 and an Edgar Award nominee

“Professor Gargoyle has all the hints and trappings of H.P.’s world, with a slight bit of danger, a good dosage of strange and peculiar monsters, and a great setting! We’ve all had a weird teacher during our years in school, so every young reader can totally identify with the first book in the series … [And] the lenticular covers are amazing! … I cannot imagine any kid walking by these books in the store or library and not picking it up for a closer look!”—Wired.com’s GeekDad
 
Spooky illustrations and a unique book cover add to the horror of the strange world of Lovecraft Middle School, and no self-respecting kid would want to miss enrolling in this exciting series.”—Karen Briggs, Great Northern Books & Hobbies, Oscoda, MI
 
“Author Charles Gilman spins a web that draws in the reader with plot twists that are occasionally jarring and alarming…”—Montreal Gazette
 
“If you liked Quirk’s earlier publication, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (and who didn’t?), you’ll gobble this one up. Or down. Whichever way a gobble goes.”—Asbury Park Press blog

“…fans of Goosebumps and other lightly creepy fare will look forward to spending more time with a series that even manages to find the dark side of recycling.”—Publishers Weekly

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