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  - Tracy - Goodreads

I wasn't feeling the audiobook version. The narrator was trying, but the actual sound quality of the recording was dubious (volume needed to be jacked way up or down story to story to hear it), and 2 ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Joel Gun - Goodreads

These three books were my favorite reads as a child in elementary school! I have always enjoyed a good scare, and I can remember reading these over and over in my dimly lit bedroom at night before bed. The stories were spooky and the artwork was, and still is, captivating. Read full review


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