Campfire Tales: The Most Terrifying Stories Ever Told, Volume 1
Lowell House Juvenile, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 87 pages
When the only source of light is the flickering flames of the campfire, when the sound of a branch cracking and leaves rustling sends a cold chill down the spine... that's when it's time to read Campfire Tales. Each volume contains stories running the gamut of genres and styles -- from ghoulish humor to nail-biting suspense to outright terror. Campfire Tales are low priced and high quality, with eye-catching original artwork on the cover and inside. Kids will be dying to take these books alone on their next camping trip, sleepover, or wherever there's a need for a good fright!
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