One terrifying summer can stay with you forever.
It's the summer before high school and Jacob and his friends are determined to make it a memorable one. This may be the last couple of months they have together; once school starts, they'll be going their separate ways. Ichiro's family is moving to Japan. And while Jacob and the twins, Hayden and Hannah, are staying behind in Valeton, they'll be going to different high schools. When they discover an old abandoned home on a remote island of their Muskoka community, things suddenly take an unexpected turn. The kids find themselves inexplicably drawn to the house that had once been a sanatorium for children with tuberculosis and learn that it has some haunting secrets to hide.
JOEL A. SUTHERLAND is a mild-mannered children and youth services librarian by day, and a speculative fiction writer and editor by night. He has written two previous collections in the Haunted Canada series. His greatest professional satisfaction is getting the right little books into the right little hands. He lives in Courtice, Ontario with his wife and children, a goldendoodle and a mountain of books. Visit him online at www.joelasutherland.com
Praise for Summer's End:
". . .[A] deliciously creepy and suspenseful tale, perfect for young readers making their first foray into horror." — Tracey Schindler, Canadian Children's Book News
Praise for the Haunted Canada series:
Hackmatack Non-Fiction Winner for Haunted Canada 4
Silver Birch Non-Fiction Winner for Haunted Canada 5