Cindy and Becky have learned their lesson. After attending the Halloween dance, risking life, limb and germs for a first dance with their first boyfriends, both girls were grounded. Being on punishment can seriously affect a girl's social life! Cindy vows not to do anything to get herself into trouble again.When the Howling Brothers moving truck is spotted in town, everyone is curious about the new people who have moved into the creepiest house on cemetery road and Mike devises a plan to find out just who they really are. Will Becky and Cindy risk their newly restored freedom just to be the first ones to get a look at the new family? More importantly, why would they listen to Mikenstein?The girls find themselves on their scariest, dumbest and coldest adventure yet!If you enjoy books by Beverly Cleary or James Patterson's Middle School stories, you might like Nana and the Howling Brothers. This is a fun story without strong language, graphic violence or gore, suitable for ages 10 and up.