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The scary library shusher —Miedoso, Andres, author.

When Desmond and Andres go to the Kersville Library for a school assignment, they encounter a ghost who insists they be quiet.

Surf's up, creepy stuff! —Miedoso, Andres, author.

"Desmond and Andres battle beach bullies who also happen to be creepy monsters"-- Provided by publisher.

Ghosts don't ride bikes, do they? —Miedoso, Andres, author.

After Andres discovers a haunted bike park, he calls best friend Desmond, a ghost investigator.

The haunted house next door —Miedoso, Andres, author.

When supernatural things start happening in the house timid Andres and his parents just moved into, next-door-neighbor Desmond Cole, eight, comes to the rescue.

Campfire stories —Miedoso, Andres, author.

Desmond, Andres, and their ghost-friend Zax take turns trying to tell the scariest story of all while gathered around the campfire on a camping trip.

Escape from the Roller Ghoster —Miedoso, Andres, author.

Desmond and Andres try to enjoy their day at the local theme park while being pursued by ghosts.

The sleepwalking snowman —Miedoso, Andres, author.

Desmond and Andres face a snowman that was built by a schoolmate but seems to have a mind of its own, as well as a snowball-throwing bully.

Now museum, now you don't —Miedoso, Andres, author.

Museums are great places to see really old stuff. The Kersville Museum has old paintings, old statues, and even old mummies that come with old curses. Sounds like a perfectly safe place to visit for family fun. Until the...

Beware the werewolf —Miedoso, Andres, author.

"Kersville has a furry problem: there's dogcatcher on the loose! And he's snatching up every dog he can find, including the ugliest stray you've ever seen...that Desmond Cole has fallen in love with. But the dogcatcher m...

Major monster mess —Miedoso, Andres, author.

When Andres discovers that he has had a monster encounter without knowing it as strange things start happening in the school cafeteria, he and Desmond investigate.

Ghouls just want to have fun —Miedoso, Andres, author.

School dances are tricky. Everybody wants to go, but nobody wants to dance. The music is too loud for anyone to talk. Teachers are there watching kids, but telling them to go out and have a good time. Oh, and at Kersvill...

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