Ghostly Evidence by Kelly Milner Halls

Found a great new blog today! Nonfiction Monday looks like a nice addition to any list covering non-fiction reviews and information on what’s new and what’s circulating in children’s and YA nonfic.
AND… as it happens… this review is for a book by my dear friend Kelly Milner Hall – an expert on all things paranormal and unexplained (which by definition is not necessarily FICtitious just because it cannot be proven!) Looking forward to some good stuff on this blog – and enjoying the scroll through this blog’s historical posts. 🙂

Nonfiction Monday


Exploring the Paranormal

by Kelly Milner Halls

Millbrook Press, 2014

ISBN: 978-1-4677-0593-6

MG/YA Nonfiction

Grades 5 and up

Source: purchased

All opinions expressed are solely my own.


Do you believe in ghosts? Enter the realm of the paranormal with Kelly Milner Halls. Explore what ghosts are, where they’re found, and meet some famous ghost busters. Check out the high-tech equipment modern ghost hunters use, and see their most convincing evidence that ghosts are real. Finally, take a look at a few famous hoaxes. This book is a little bit spooky and a whole lot of fun!


Kelly Milner Halls specializes in high interest, well researched nonfiction for young readers. Her books include TALES OF THE CRYPTIDS, SAVING THE BAGHDAD ZOO, IN SEARCH OF SASQUATCH and ALIEN INVESTIGATION. But she is also an avid YA fan and loves realistic fiction…

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