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Scary Stories 3: More Tales to Chill Your Bones has not won any awards thus far. It is a short collection of various folklore and myths from around the world, with stories of death, scarecrows, boo-men, disease, cannibalism, dogs, snags, spiders and ghosts. The book has many tales that are familiar across many cultures, with an interesting sources and bibliographic section at the back. The illustrations are gorgeous and really make up for the rest of the rather short book. Stephen Gammell's watercolour paintings are horrific and enticing, adding depth to the stories and imagination to the pages. Scary Stories 3 is an excellent beginner book for young children that want to hear some softer scary stories to share with their friends. The quality of writing and use of language is appropriate for a younger audience, and the author does a good job of presenting a broad introduction across his 3 books to many urban legends. I found this book to be the scariest of the 3. Some stories felt out of date for a young audience, mentioning riding horses as a main source of transportation. More modern tales may be scarier for kids today.
i liek book. good. i like touching stuff. veery good. newfags can't triforce.
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Scary stories 3 : more tales to chill your bones / collected from folklore and retold by Alvin Schwartz ; drawingsby Stephen Gammell. ...
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