Rotten School #14: Night of the Creepy Things

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Harper Collins, Apr 14, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages

Why are the Rotten School kids screaming in terror?

Maybe it's because everyone on campus is making a horror movie!

Bernie Bridges wants to make the most terrifying film of all. If he does, he'll win a part in the famous director B.A. Gool's next film: EEK III: Revenge of the Warts.

Bernie thinks he's got some great creepy ideas. But he's better watch out on Halloween night—it's going to be a real scream!

 

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Contents

Morning Announcements
1
The Beast from Preschool
8
Help Its Stuck to My Eoot
14
Revenge of the Warts
20
Attack of the Apples Ealling
30
Dont Tell Anyone 41 9 Giant Monster Ants Up Close
47
Lousy Night at the Zoo
62
Attack of the Root Beer
65
Scream Sherman Scream
72
Snakes on My Leg
79
Movie in My Head
82
Escape of the Mad Mad Mad Gorilla
87
Attack of the Klutz
93
2O Scream Eeenman and Crench Scream
97
Im Scared
102
Copyright

The Making of Horror Zoo
70

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R.L. Stine has more than 350 million English language books in print, plus international editions in 32 languages, making him one of the most popular children’s authors in history. Besides Goosebumps, R.L. Stine has written other series, including Fear Street, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room, and Dangerous Girls. R.L. Stine lives in New York with his wife, Jane, and his Cavalier King Charles spaniel, Minnie. Visit him online at www.rlstine.com.

Trip Park grew up in Ithaca, New York, and went to college at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was first drawn to advertising. He then moved to Chicago, later New York, where he joined advertising agencies and worked on kids’ favorites including Cap’n Crunch, Gatorade, Kellogg’s, and Ronald McDonald. His children’s commercials have won numerous awards. But advertising also brought something equally as rewarding. There he got to work with some of his favorite illustrators. Watching these artists create their pieces inspired Trip Park to try his hand at illustrating himself.

Trip Park has illustrated a number of children's books including Gopher Up Your Sleeve, written by Tony Johnston, Trout, Trout, Trout! (A Fish Chant) and Ant, Ant, Ant! (An Insect Chant), both written by April Pulley Sayre. He has also developed characters and helped animate commercials for Nickelodeon, The California State Fair, Lego, and many others. When Rotten School came along, the opportunity to translate to the drawing board R.L. Stine’s cast of kids was a wonderful chance to combine his love for children’s illustration with this group of rotten students. His work can be seen at www.tripparkproductions.com.

Trip lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife, Laura and four children.

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