Suburban Legends: True Tales of Murder, Mayhem, and Minivans by Sam Stall
I truly do enjoy stories. Stories about people and our perspectives and how we see things are so valuable. I wish this is how Stall would have presented these 'legends.' But as the subtitle says, he describes them as true stories. Are they really? They are fun and interesting and scary but I wouldn't describe them as true.
He gives no references or bibliography, no way for anyone to fact check these stories. I would have appreciated him allowing us to make up our own minds.
But as stories they were quite interesting.
100 Ghosts: A Gallery of Harmless Haunts by Doogie Horner
This is an adorable book of ghosts. I've looked over them many times with Gabe. His favorite is the Harry Potter ghost.
Each image is a new take on the classic. All are fun and imaginative :)
Both books were sent to me by the publisher in exchange for honest reviews.