The Haunting of Spook House by George Ivanoff
Published by Random House
Help! I chose to be brave and went up the creaky staircase to open a bedroom door. Now I’m trapped in a dark and spooky room with a skeleton dangling in front of me! I wish I’d chosen the other option and gone safely home to get an ice-cream... but then, I wouldn’t have experienced my delightfully terrifying and funny adventure in Spook House.
George Ivanoff invites the reader to explore an old and seriously creepy haunted house, and by teasing the reader’s natural curiosity, he leads us into an amusing and spine-tingling escapade, where we have to choose the next adventure.
Help! Now I’ve met a ghastly ghost who wants to torture me by making me eat Brussels sprouts, which is a fate worse than death.
Illustrated with menacing ghosts, ghouls, skeletons and dusty cobwebs, this is a great book for six to nine year-olds, that will instantly plunge them into a reading escapade packed full of scary stuff and unexpected humour.
CKT Book Reviewer
Author: George Ivanoff
Illustrator: James Hart
Title: The Haunting of Spook House
Publisher: Random House Australia
Published: July 2014