I doubt you’ll find a more charming or ghostly YA story than The Graveyard Book. It’s about a baby named Nobody who is raised by ghosts in a graveyard after his family is brutally murdered. Quaint, right? It’s the trademark fantasy/wonderful weirdness that Gaiman is known for (and less of the severe complexity that he’s also known for). The characters are as likable as you can imagine and Bod’s world of the cemetery is a magical one. Given the content and the syntax, it’s honestly written for every age. You’ll dig it if you like Coraline, fantasy, or any semi-macabre subject. (9/31).