The Random House Books of Ghost Stories
Random House Childrens Books, 1990 - Juvenile Fiction - 222 pages
Illustrated in full color." "Who's that tapping at my window"?" This
classy collection and gorgeous gift volume of seventeen modern ghost stories is
a refreshing antidote to all the gross and gory books presently on the market.
Discriminating horror fans won't be able to put down these spooky tales written
by contemporary American and British authors. The tales are devilishly diverse,
ranging in mood from haunting humor to spine-tingling terror. Our original
edition of "The Random House Book of Ghost Stories" quickly vanished,
selling out of its first printing, but was never reprinted. Now, with the
explosion of the horror/Halloween market, it seems the perfect time to
resurrect "Ghost Stories."
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Review: The Random House Book of Ghost StoriesUser Review - Kristen - Goodreads
This is a great set of ghost stories for children, because they are not frightening or gory. The stories are short, interesting, sometimes a little spooky and sometimes funny. Read full review
Salon Wild Thing | Books for bad children
If "The Random House Book of Ghost Stories" and "A Newbery Halloween" are assortments of Godiva truffles, Robert D. San Souci's "Short and Shivery" series ...
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