The scary stories treasury: three books to chill your bones

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HarperCollins Publishers, Jun 1, 1985 - Folklore - 115 pages
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Traditional and modern-day stories of ghosts, haunts, superstitions, monsters, and horrible scary things.

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A fun read with nicely creepy artwork. - Goodreads
The art work is unbeliveably great. - Goodreads
... get it for Stephen Gammell's beautiful artwork! - Goodreads
The new artwork isn't scary at all. - Goodreads
... the pictures still gross me out at times. - Goodreads

Review: The Scary Stories Treasury (Scary Stories #1-3)

User Review  - Rhiannon - Goodreads

I read the trilogy when I was really young and fell in love. I was really into scary dark stuff when I was younger so I couldn't help falling in love when this book came out with all three books in ... Read full review

Review: The Scary Stories Treasury (Scary Stories #1-3)

User Review  - Scott Unfried - Goodreads

These macabre tales were perfect for a kid and, I believe, that I would likely find enjoyment in them to this day. The creepy sketches and language really did give me the creeps. In fact, I need to ... Read full review


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