Beware!

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Harper Collins, Jul 27, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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Dim the lights, lock the doors -- and BEWARE! It's time to read R.L. Stine's favorite scary stories.

Discover a ghastly secret in "The Judge's House," a terrifying tale of evil rats by Bram Stoker, the author of dracula. Laugh out loud at the scary surprises in poems by Shel Silverstein and Jack Prelutsky. Visit an evil carnival in "The Black Ferris" by Ray Bradbury. (R.L. Stine says this story changed his life!)

Within these pages you will find spine-tingling stories by writers and artists who are famous for hair-raising fun. R.L. Stine has selected them just for you, and he has included two new tales of his own!

 

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User Review  - mstrust - LibraryThing

A collection of Stine's favorite scary stories, poems and even a 50's comic strip. There's an excerpt from Roald Dahl's The Witches, Examination Day by Henry Slesar, "Harold", retold by Alvin Schwartz ... Read full review

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User Review  - benuathanasia - LibraryThing

This book was used for a two-month unit in my student teaching experience. The kids unanimously loved it (aside from one who couldn't due to religious convictions). There's something for everyone in here. Whether you enjoy genuinely scary, creepy-scary, or silly-scary, this book has you covered. Read full review

Contents

by Ray Bradbury
5
THE CONJURE BROTHER
19
MY SISTER IS A WEREWOLF
35
THE JUDGES HOUSE
55
THE CREMATION OF SAM MCGEE
77
THE WITCHES
101
JOE IS NOT A MONSTER
121
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R.L. Stine began his writing career at the age of nine and has been at it ever since, becoming a bestselling author several times over. Among his many groundbreaking credits are Fear Street, the first young adult horror series, and Goosebumps, the bestselling series that made Stine the #1 bestselling author in America for three years in a row. He lives with his wife in New York City.

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