How many kids will go missing before this town admits it’s haunted? Find out in this freakily fun new graphic novel series!
Feral has everything a small town should have: Main Street, City Hall, a population just over sixteen thousand . . .
But Feral also has secrets. Mysteries. Unexplained disappearances.
In five spooky stories, an intrepid young resident invites readers to look a little closer at this scenic rural town. Are you game to investigate what’s going on in Feral? If you pay attention, you might notice something where it shouldn’t be.
Be careful, though. Whatever you do, do not go into the Messner Mansion. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
With vibrant art, clever humor, and heaps of unsolved mysteries, animator Mark Fearing conjures a fearsome saga out of small-town terrors. The first entry in this inventive new series is sure to scare young readers silly.
A Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection
About the Author
Mark Fearing has never been bitten by a werewolf, a zombie, or a vampire. But he was bitten by the creative bug which is far more dangerous. Books he's illustrated include The Three Little Aliens and the Big Bad Robot, by Margaret McNamara, and Ben Franklin's in My Bathroom!, by Candace Fleming, as well as The Great Thanksgiving Escape, which he also wrote. He lives in Oregon with his family.
"An amusing, just-scary-enough graphic novel for young genre fans and perhaps even those hesitant to try spookier fare."—School Library Journal
"Fearing's sketchy, full-color cartoon artwork nicely balances the horror of monsters, portals, and ghosts with a kid-friendly style that tones down the scares just enough. . . . A perfect choice for kids who love anything by R. L. Stine, this will thrill kids who like to get a little scared."—Booklist
"Thrill-seeking readers will be eager to visit."—Kirkus Reviews