A Terrifying Taste of Short & Shivery: Thirty Creepy Tales

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Random House, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 159 pages
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A collection of scary traditional tales from all over the world, including "Apparitions" from Germany, "The Hundredth Skull" from Ohio, and "The Ogre's Arm" from Japan.

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Review: A Terrifying Taste of Short & Shivery: Thirty Creepy Tales (Short & Shivery)

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I love scary stories. Like really love. These are for little kids, but they were still good. I liked that there were stories from a lot of different cultures, which was cool. It wasn't too long, either. Good book. Read full review

Review: A Terrifying Taste of Short & Shivery: Thirty Creepy Tales (Short & Shivery)

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As far as scary story compilations go, this one lands very much on the average side. Maybe I've read too many at this point but some of the stories were too similar to others I've already read. The ... Read full review

Contents

The Fata
12
A Fish Story
25
The Lutin
39
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Robert D. San Souci is the author of three previous volumes of Short & Shivery tales and the picture books Young Merlin, Young Guinevere, Young Lancelot, and Young Arthur.

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