Books by P.J. Bracegirdle

THE DEAD FAMILY DIAZ by P.J. Bracegirdle
Released: Aug. 2, 2012

"Although a bit pat, the ending satisfies, and the story as a whole addresses many issues pertinent to primary-grade children. (note) (Picture book. 5-8)"
Angelito is not looking forward to the Day of the Dead. Even though he will be with his family when they arrive at the Land of the Living, his anxieties mount as the elevator door opens onto the raucous party atmosphere of El Día de los Muertos. Read full book review >
SINISTER SCENES by P.J. Bracegirdle
Released: Aug. 9, 2011

"A patchy close to a series built around characters and themes that will have more resonance for grown-ups than kids. Still, young readers who relish gothic comedy may stay the course. (Fantasy. 11-13)"
A movie crew stirs up old ghosts and new hopes in this probable close to a run of melodramatic mishaps. Read full book review >
UNEARTHLY ASYLUM by P.J. Bracegirdle
Released: Aug. 10, 2010

"As observed by the largely uncomprehending Joy, the antics and infatuations of the adults supply most of the comedy, but the thoroughly gothic setting and a madcap climax will keep younger audiences entertained, too. (Comic horror. 11-13)"
Sophisticated fare for readers in search of a few more Unfortunate Events. Read full book review >