The Ride That Was Really Haunted is a children’s audiobook by Steve Brezenoff. In this mystery, the students of Grime Elementary go on a field trip to an old ghost town. When they arrive, they realize that the place is haunted! Can they solve the mystery before things get too scary?
For who is this book for ?
The Ride That Was Really Haunted is for children aged 9-12 who are interested in mysteries and ghosts.
- The narrator does a great job of bringing the characters to life
- The story is suspenseful and keeps kids engaged
- It’s a fun, lighthearted mystery that will keep kids entertained
- The story is predictable
- The characters are one-dimensional
- The audio production is poor
Learn more about the author
Steve Brezenoff is the author of several books for young readers, including The Ride That Was Really Haunted and Field Trip Mysteries. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
“This was a great book! It had just the right amount of scary without being too much. My son really enjoyed it.”
“The Ride That Was Really Haunted is a great audiobook for mystery lovers. The story is filled with excitement and suspense, and the narrator does a fantastic job of bringing the characters to life. This book would be perfect for readers who are looking for a spooky thrill!”
“This spooky audio book is perfect for any child who loves mysteries and ghosts. The story is exciting, and the reader does a great job of bringing each character to life. This would be a great choice for listening around Halloween.”
“I love this book! It’s a great mystery that my friends and I are trying to solve.”