Madeleine Masterson is deathly afraid of bugs, especially spiders;
Theodore Bartholomew is petrified of dying;
Lulu Punchalower is terrified of confined spaces;
Garrison Feldman is frightened by deep water. . .
After discovering that each of her former students has secretly regressed, headmaster Mrs. Wellington brings Madeleine, Theo, Lulu, and Garrison back for mandatory summer school. Facing their fears is terrifying enough, but when they are joined by a fifth student (and another mysterious entity lurking in the woods) things start to get even scarier.
"This sequel uses the wry humor and outrageous situations that characterized the first book and makes for an entertaining read."
—School Library Journal
"Daneshvari expertly keeps the humor fresh and the pacing frenetic."
Gitty Daneshvari was an average child, the kind who never made much of a mark academically, athletically, or socially, so it hardly came as a surprise when she was rejected from her school's Talented and Gifted Program. On the contrary, Gitty had long ago accepted that she simply wasn't "special," unless of course you counted her long list of phobias (please read School of Fear for further explanation). Luckily, as Gitty aged, she realized that while she lacked natural talent, there was nothing stopping her from figuring out what she enjoyed and then working hard to become better at it.
Gitty is the author of the series The League of Unexceptional Children, School of Fear, and Monster High: Ghoulfriends. She invites you to visit her online at GittyDaneshvari.com and @GittyDaneshvari.