The School of Fear.
As the "contestants" arrive to school, they are in for all sorts of adventures. The head mistress is a wacky lady (kind of reminds me of Ms. Rizzol from Magic School Bus). Her home is a mansion with tons of weird rooms with interesting concepts. Mrs. Wellington the head mistress was even an old beauty pageant winner and taught the kids all she knew. After a week of being at the school, the kids were in for quite an adventure, when Mrs. Wellingtons trusted "friends" turns out to be a little to sneaky... I dont want to say any more though, in fear of ruining the twists and turns in the book.
School of Fear was an easy read and a fun one! The characters in the book were cute and relatable. I found myself opening the book, and not being able to put it down till I finished it! I need to get the rest of the books in the series now! Cant wait to read them!
The book even got me thinking if I had any serious phobias or fears. I couldn't think of any, but I am sure faced in the moment of something fearful, I would know! I also liked that Mrs. Wellington taught, that overcoming fears is a process. It takes time and is something to be worked on till you forget all about it.