The Werewolf of Fever Swamp

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Scholastic Incorporated, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 123 pages
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There's something horrible happening in Fever Swamp. Something really horrible. It started with the strange howling at night. Then there was the rabbit, torn to shreds. Everyone thinks Grady's new dog is responsible. After all, he looks just like a wolf. And he seems a little on the wild side. But Grady knows his dog is just a regular old dog. And most dogs don't howl at the moon. Or disappear at midnight. Or change into terrifying creatures when the moon is full. Or do they?

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User Review  - ElizaJane - LibraryThing

Not as good as previous books I've read in this series. The scare factor just wasn't there and even though the chapters ended in Stine's classic cliffhangers he didn't manage to grip me. Not a creepy ... Read full review

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User Review  - seldombites - LibraryThing

Despite being written for children, the Goosebumps books are good reads. Light enough for those days when you just can't concentrate, R.L.Stine still manages to entertain. This book is great for ... Read full review

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R. L. Stine was born in Columbus Ohio on October 8, 1943. He graduated from Ohio State University in 1965. Under the name Jovial Bob Stine, he wrote dozens of joke books and humor books for kids including How to Be Funny, 101 Silly Monster Jokes, and Bozos on Patrol. He also created Bananas, a zany humor magazine which he worked on for ten years. His first teen horror novel, Blind Date, was published in 1986 under the name R. L. Stine. His other works include Beach House, Hit and Run, The Babysitter, The Girlfriend, the Goosebumps series, and the Fear Street series. He also wrote an adult novel entitled Superstitious.

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